The inspiring sound of a Stratocaster is one of the foundations of Fender. Featuring this classic sound—bell-like high end, punchy mids and robust low end, combined with crystal-clear articulation—the Player Stratocaster is packed with authentic Fender feel and style. It’s ready to serve your musical vision, it’s versatile enough to handle any style of music and it’s the perfect platform for creating your own sound. Model Number 0144502534
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A classic reborn by Boss the legendary sound of the 1963 Fender ® Spring Reverb returns as a modern stompbox. BOSS and Fender ® USA have collaborated to create the FRV-1, a stunning recreation of the legendary ’63 Fender ® Reverb via COSM technology. The FRV-1 puts that timeless tube-driven reverb sound under your foot in a tough, reliable compact pedal. A timeless classic the Fender ® Spring Reverb is the sound that launched the surf-music phenomenon, and is a staple of rockabilly, country, and blues. Later, it became commonplace in grunge and other modern genres. Now the same legendary sound can be had in an affordable, rugged compact pedal.
Fender ® Corporation licensed the use of “Fender ® Bassman ®” to the BOSS FBM-1, “Fender ® Deluxe Reverb ®” to the BOSS FDR-1, and “Fender ® Reverb” to the BOSS FRV-1. No other pedals carry this official license.
Fender amps of the ’50s and ’60s are beloved and coveted by guitarists around the world. Thanks to BOSS’ technology and tone know-how, the new Boss FBM-1 Pedal brings the natural, fat, rich, bright tone of the Fender Bassman to a BOSS pedal. In conjunction with Fender, the new BOSS FBM-1 recreates the legendary tone of the 1959 Fender Bassman. Features include the same controls on the original Bassman: Presence, Treble, Mid, and Bass EQ controls. The FBM-1 also functions perfectly as a “pre-gain pedal” placed before an already overdriven amp to add the tone character of the Bassman.
The American Special Stratocaster puts U.S-made Fender quality into the hands of players at any level. For the guitarist who wants a combination of timeless Fender style and contemporary features, this guitar delivers traditional Strat® design with some extra elements for modern tone and performance, including Texas Special™ pickups and special circuitry, modern neck profile and fingerboard radius, and more. Great sounding, great looking and feeling, and made in the United States.
This particular Guitar is one of the few left with a Rosewood fretboard as opposed to it’s Pau Ferro alternative.
Fender uses Celluloid, which is the premier pick material. Celluloid picks give the traditional feel, with a smooth striking surface and a warm, round musical tone. A mini 351! This one is destined to become a new classic. Exactly the same shape as the 351 but smaller, this pick should feel very comfortable to anyone that has played a 351 but wants something a bit smaller.
This is the Fender® 0980351750 Thin Confetti Guitar Pick. Celluloid is the premier pick material. Celluloid picks give the traditional feel, with a smooth striking surface and a warm, round musical tone. Often called the Fender® pick, the 351 shape is the pick most associated with Fender. A wider body and a rounded tip have made this pick a favorite with players of every style. Price is for a pack of 12 Picks!
This is the Fender® 1980351876 Medium Purple Guitar Pick. Celluloid is the premier pick material. Celluloid picks give the traditional feel, with a smooth striking surface and a warm, round musical tone. Often called the Fender® pick, the 351 shape is the pick most associated with Fender. A wider body and a rounded tip have made this pick a favorite with players of every style. Price is for a pack of 12 Picks!
This is the Fender® 0980351909 Red Heavy Guitar Pick. Celluloid is the premier pick material. Celluloid picks give the traditional feel, with a smooth striking surface and a warm, round musical tone. Often called the Fender® pick, the 351 shape is the pick most associated with Fender. A wider body and a rounded tip have made this pick a favorite with players of every style. Price is for a pack of 12 Picks!
Taylor’s Music carry a wide variety of amplifiers, heads, and speaker cabinets for Keyboards, Bass Guitars, Electric Guitars and Acoustic Guitars from Yamaha, Fender, Behringer, Fishman and Roland. Whatever your electronic amplifier needs, we have it for you. We can help you with finding the right sounding amp at the right amount of power for your needs. While you are at it, we can also help match you with the right cables, stands, bags and effects processors to complete your package.
Call us at: 800-291-9700 at extension 103 with any guitar or bass questions.
A Mandolin (Italian: mandolino) is a musical instrument in the lute family (plucked, or strummed). It usually has four courses of doubled strings. The (usually) two strings in each course are tuned in unison. The courses are tuned in a succession of perfect fifths, and plucked with a plectrum (pick). It is the soprano member of a family that includes the mandola, octave mandolin, mandocello, and mandobass. It descends from the mandore.
There are many styles of mandolin, but three are common, the Neapolitan (bowl-backed) mandolin, the carved-top mandolin and the flat-top mandolin. The carved-top or arch-top mandolin has a much shallower, arched back, and an arched top—both carved out of wood. The flat-top mandolin is similar to a guitar, using thin sheets of wood for the body, braced on the inside for strength. Each style of instrument has its own sound quality and is associated with particular forms of music. Neapolitan mandolins feature prominently in European classical music and traditional music. Carved-top instruments are common in American folk music and bluegrass music. Flat-top instruments are less specific to a music genre but are commonly used in Irish and British folk music.
Other mandolin varieties differ primarily in the strings, and include Milanese, Lombard language, Brescian, and other six-course types, as well as four-string models (one string per course), and the Sicilian twelve-string (three strings per course) model. There have also been made instruments with sixteen-strings (four strings per course).
Much of mandolin development revolved around the soundboard (the top). Pre-mandolin instruments were quiet instruments, strung with as many as six courses of gut strings, and were plucked with the fingers or with a quill. However, modern instruments are louder—using four courses of metal strings, which exert more pressure than the gut strings. The modern soundboard is designed to withstand the pressure of metal strings that would break earlier instruments. The soundboard comes in many shapes—but generally round or teardrop-shaped, sometimes with scrolls or other projections. There is usually one or more sound holes in the soundboard, either round, oval, or shaped like a calligraphic F (f-hole). A round or oval sound hole may be covered or bordered with decorative rosettes or purfling.
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Taylor’s Music does not ship any Fender Products outside of the continental United States