Friday, March 24, 2017

Floyd Rose Special Series Tremolo Bridge with R3 Nut

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From the website - "The Floyd Rose Special Series Locking Nut R-3 is an Authentic version of a licensed Floyd Rose tremolo system manufactured in Korea exclusively for Floyd Rose. The Floyd Rose Special maintains the construction parameters and features of an Original Floyd Rose, while utilizing zinc alloy saddles in place of steel and a zinc alloy sustain block in place of brass. The design specifications and high-quality materials of the Special Series Floyd Rose bridge will hold up to the demands of today's performers.

The R3 Nut is designed for guitars with neck widths of 1-11/16" (42.90mm) and a 10" radius"


Please follow the link to view or purchase floyd rose at musiciansfriend.com


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Monday, January 30, 2017

Digital Pianos at Guitar Center

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If you are on the look-out for a digital piano, at a great price, make sure to stop by Guitar Center and browse through their many options. There are some great sales going on right now! You can get a Williams Legato 88-Key Digital Piano for $169.99 which looks to be a great price! Right now looks to be a great time to buy.  You can view the sales through this link: For Sale Near Me


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Rachel's Randomness is a personal blog written and edited by me. My blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation.  Rachel's Randomness abides by word of mouth marketing standards. I believe in honesty of relationship, opinion and identity. The compensation received may influence the advertising content, topics or posts made in this blog. That content, advertising space or post will be clearly identified as paid or sponsored content. I am compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics. Even though the I receive compensation for my posts or advertisements, I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.”

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Korg MS-20 Mini Analog Monophonic Synthesizer

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If you are in need of a synthesizer you should definitely check out the Korg MS20 Mini Analog Monophonic Synthesizer.  
From musiciansfriend.com: "The sound of the inimitable MS-20 is now available to all with the new MS-20 Mini. The same engineers who developed the original MS-20 have perfectly reproduced its circuitry and fit it into a body 86% of the original size. The MS-20 mini will amaze with its absolutely authentic, analog synth sound.

The MS-20 distinguished itself at its debut through its gripping lead tones, its fat and juicy basses, and its its warm strings and pads. It was a two oscillator synth with two VCFs. two VCAs. sample and hold, a noise generator and many other tweakable components. The entire array has been designed by the fussiest design team imaginable--the same people who made the MS-20 in the first place. If you are a fan of analog synthesis in general and of the MS-20 in particular, this is a synth you need to check out.
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If you are interested in seeing a video or purchasing the Korg MS-20 please visit this link: Korg MS 20


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Monday, December 19, 2016

Scrape-A-Round Ice Scraper {Review}

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So, who's glad that winter is here?! Anyone??  I didn't think so and I surely don't blame you!  I'm not exactly a fan of winter either which is one of the reasons that I was adamant that I was not moving to Wisconsin when my husband approached me with the idea.  Well, since I lost that battle and ended up in Wisconsin and am now waist deep in snow and ice (that might be a slight exaggeration but, it feels like it), I figure I had better get prepared for the long winter.  I was thrilled to know that there is a new ice scraper on the market. I have always had the long scrapers with the brush on one end and scraper on the other.  I like that I can reach far with them but I can't ever seem to exert enough pressure to actually scrape the windshield in the middle.  When I first saw the Scrape-A-Round, I could see how they might be on to something.
 Even though there isn't an extended reach, you can still scrape a larger area (18 inches) because of the circular design.  I have a lot of problems with my hands that make the old ice scrapers very hard for me to use.  The Scrape-A-Round is much easier on my hands because I do not have to grip it tightly and I don't have to exert as much force to scrape the ice.  I also love that you can scrape in a circular motion which seems to be much easier than the standard back and forth.

There are several sizes available, the smallest sizes are great for getting ice off of smaller windows or mirrors.

 The two larger scrapers have caps on the top that are used to score the ice which makes removal much easier. 
 My husband thinks it is great that he can also use these scrapers as funnels for washer fluid because he never has one when he needs it.  


I took a quick video of myself scraping the window on my screen door.  I'm sure you would have rather seen me use it on my car but, the temp here is -15 with the windchill and I didn't want to freeze so, this will have to do.

                                        video

I also included a video from Scrape-A-Round so that you can get a better idea of how the design works.
 

I really do love this scraper!  I think it would make a fantastic gift, especially for those that have problems with their hands! If you would like to get a scraper for yourself you can do so at this link http://www.scrapearound.com/.  Use the code LU8FBEZREU2  and you will receive free shipping!