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Gigbag: March 2000

PRS Guitars’ Singlecut

PRS Guitars’ new Singlecut model is the first production single cutaway solid body electric from the company. It features a full depth mahogany body and carved, figured maple top; nickel-covered Dragon 2000 humbuckers; a PRS Stoptail wrapover bridge; and a 22-fret mahogany neck glued into the body via a curved heel allowing full fret access without weakening the neck joint. For more information contact 1-410-643-9970 or

Consoli Music Systems’ Ramplig Ligatures

Your ligature keeping you down? Consoli Music Systems’ revolutionary Ramplig ligatures for saxophone and clarinet will perk up your sound. Endorsed by Jimmy Heath, the Professional and Standard series are offered in a variety of sizes, sounds and materials. For more information contact 1-888-368-7770.

DigiTech’s Vocalist VR

Having trouble doing four-part harmony all at once, all by yourself? The new Vocalist VR from DigiTech enables singers to add quickly and easily natural-sounding harmony vocals to their voice. Chordal harmonies follow the chord progressions from a keyboard, while scalic harmonies follow the singer’s voice. The Vocalist provides full MIDI implementation and a 16-bit A/D conversion at 44.1kHZ to provide a full 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response. For more information contact 801-566-8800 or

Zeta Music Systems’ Educator Uprite Bass

Zeta Music Systems’ Educator Uprite bass is an electric upright designed specifically for students and teachers. It is a standard 3/4-size upright string bass, but with its 41 1/2″ scale, it’s easily portable. The Zeta pickup system offers a full and rich acoustic bass tone without feedback, plus active electronics and on-board volume, treble and bass controls for wide tonal flexibility. For more information contact 510-261-1702 or

Crate Pro Audio’s PX700 DLX

Need to crank it up but aren’t sure how? Crate Pro Audio’s PX700 DLX box mixer presents the perfect solution to any amplification dilemma. Two x 200 watts at four-ohms, seven XLR microphone channel inputs, dual RCA tape in/out-puts and 48-volts of phantom power let you get loud. For information contact 1-800-727-4512 x233.

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