Current Promotions



 July 1, 2017 - September 30, 2017

Save up to $200 each when you purchase select Yamaha Powered Speakers or STAGEPAS Portable PA Systems.


Hot News! 7/06/2017

Own a Helix®? The new Helix Extended Warranty Program gives you a 2nd year of warranty coverage free!

Update 7/01/2017 ** EXTENEDED **  July 1 - September 30, 2017


Purchase a TouchMix and receieve the following in the form of cash on a credit card: $50 on TouchMix-8, $100 on TouchMix-16


Choosing TouchMix might be one of the best decisions you'll ever make about your sound. Whether you're a seasoned audio professional or this is your very first mixer, you'll get great results quickly, easily, and on your very first gig.

Here's another result you can expect from TouchMix – cash back when you purchase either a TouchMix-16 or a TouchMix-8. After all, great decisions should be rewarded.

Offer is valid in the USA and Canada, excluding Quebec, between February 1, 2017 and June 30, 2017.






Music Center Tech Tip  ** Email Newsletter - May 5, 2017 **


Bring Back The Buffer.  Like many guitarists, I got caught up in the "True Bypass" pedal craze in the early 2000s. I would not touch a pedal that wasn't true bypass. In principal True Bypass pedals are great. When off, the circuit is completely removed from the signal chain, and not "coloring" your sound. But too many True Bypass pedals can color your sound in another way. If your signal runs through a 15' cable into your pedal board, through your pedal chain, then back to the amp via another 15' cable, you're running through a lot of copper. Long cable run loads down your signal, at the expense of high frequencies. I was shocked at what a difference adding a good buffer at the beginning and end of my pedal change did for my tone. My brightness was back! I had been EQing my amp to account for the loss of highs without knowing it. Suddenly with the buffer, it sounded as good as it does when plugged directly into the amp! Not all buffers are created equal. Examples of pedals with good buffers are the Boss TU3 tuner and the Ibanez Tube Screamer. There are several companies now offering stand-alone buffers as well. Do yourself and your tone a favor, and use a buffer.  - Eric. R   5/4/2017



May 1 - July 31, 2017


Save $100 - Fender Fortis™ Powered Speaker Promotion
*Promotional pricing available while quantities last, pricing and specifications subject to change, previous orders do not apply, tempororay $100 MAP Reduction on Fortis F-10BT, F-12BT, F15BT and F-18Sub from May 1st - July 31st.