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Wood wind, brass, and string are just a few types of musical instruments. With many types of instruments to play, there are countless supplies and accessories to use along with each. The following are some common terms related to musical instrument, accessories and supplies.

  • Amplifier – An amplifier, or amp, is an electronic device used to project sound. Amps are used most commonly with electric guitars. Some amps can accommodate other equipment, like microphones. Certain amplification devices can be placed in specially designed cases to manipulate the generated sound.
  • Crook – Crooks are accessories used with brass instruments like trumpets and tubas. They are tubes that can be put into or taken out of the body of the instrument to alter its pitch.
  • Pickup – These supplies are found on electric guitars and basses. Pickups are the devices that sends the strings’ vibrations to the amplifier.
  • Plectrum – A plectrum, or pick, is used to pluck instruments’ strings. Picks are used for acoustic as well as electric instruments. Picks can be made from a variety of materials and are also available in different thicknesses, though they are all still relatively thin.
  • Reed – Reeds are thin strips that vibrate to create sound. Reeds are necessary supplies in woodwind instruments like clarinets and oboes, though they are also found in instruments like organs and accordions. Reeds can be made from a variety of materials.
  • Tablature – Tablature is an alternative to traditional sheet music. For acoustic or electric guitars, tablature breaks down each note of a piece into the fret and string needed to create it. A music stand is highly recommended to make reading your tablature easier.
  • Whammy Bar – Whammy bars, sometimes called tremolo bars, are found on electric guitars. They can be manipulated to bend the pitch of a note or a chord.
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    Native Instruments 
    6725 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028
    Several synths, samplers, effects and sound libraries. Features, audio samples, demos, support area.
    (321) 654-8753
    Colton Piano & Organ
    22673 Wilmington Ave, Carson, CA 90745
    When it comes to guitars, our center is passionate and knowledgeable. Different products we can assist you with include amplifiers, sheet music, picks, guitar straps, and more.
    (909) 825-5537
    Sta-tuned
    23908 Fernlake Dr, Harbor City, CA 90710
    Make sure that your guitar stays in tune during live performances with Guitar Nut Friction. Contact STA-TUNED at Harbor City, CA, for well-made guitar accessories.
    (424) 246-5582
    G & G Quality Case Co
    2025 E 25th St, Los Angeles, CA 90058
    (323) 233-2482
    The World of String Art
    765 S Harvard Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90005
    (213) 365-7800
    Custom Audio Electronics
    1984 N Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90031
    (323) 441-8898
    Boulevard Music
    4316 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230
    (310) 398-2583
    Sicmats Slipmats LLC
    1041 N Orange Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90038
    (323) 465-8666
    Marshall Music
    503 Van Ness Ave, Torrance, CA 90501
    (310) 320-0246
    Meltdown Music Marketing
    5004 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042
    (323) 478-1804
    Angeles Violin Shop
    11915 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064
    (310) 477-8776
    Sam Ash Music Stores
    19800 Hawthorne Blvd Ste 228, Torrance, CA 90503
    (310) 214-0340
    Road Ready Cases
    12662 Corral Pl, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
    (562) 906-6185
    Cerritos Music Center
    12146 South St, Artesia, CA 90701
    (562) 809-3231
    Musictopia
    7028 Greenleaf Ave Ste G, Whittier, CA 90602
    (562) 696-1410


    Musical instruments, supplies, and accessories are sold through various distributors and dealers all over the world. Many professionals supply this equipment to public schools, musicians, and individuals that appreciate playing the drums, a guitar, or a piano at home. As you may know, musical instruments have been around for many centuries now, and continue to advance. Some of the more common items and accessories sold in music product stores are equipment stands, cleaning tools, violin cases, piano tuners, guitar picks and amplifiers. The music market is a very large one these days, which involves a grand array of high-end, cheap, and even used equipment. Some instruments and accessories that many musicians acquire from music stores and shops are replacement guitar strings, mouthpieces for flutes and saxophones, percussion equipment like drums and cymbals, as well as acoustic guitars. While one individual may need an electric guitar for his or her band, another may need a microphone and stand for singing on a stage. Some other instruments and accessories that these stores supply are bass guitars, straps for large drums used in school bands, piano pedals, drum sticks, cleaning kits and even new drum sets. Depending on where it is you live, it is likely that there is a music instrument and accessories distributor or shop in your area. You can get in touch with them or visit their store in order to learn more about available equipment, electric guitars, replacement mouthpieces, percussion instruments, or cymbal sets. Ask all questions that pertain to your interests and needs.
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