Mask Audio Electronics added!

Super happy to announce that we have added Mask Audio Electronics to our line-up of effects pedals here!

Mask Audio Electronics is Alec Breslow's expression of his love of the collision between electronics and sound. He make the things He wants to see out in the world and hopes they find those who share the love of fuzz and noise.  

We also love Fuzz and noise here so....

Def. check the whole line-up here.

Dunable Guitars

Super proud to announce that we are offering Dunable guitars via the Shop.  Dunable is a Los Angeles-based custom shop offering USA-made custom shop instruments as well as DE import series.  We are carrying a good variety of each line here.

We have been keen to become a dealer ever since meeting Sacha at a NAMM show awhile back.  Super dude making killer guitars and be sure to check out his excellent band, Intronaut as well.

Travis Bean Designs

We are so incredibly stoked to be offering the new Travis Bean instruments here! In stock guitars are listed here.


Travis Beans Designs took the long way around in coming to fruition. In 1997, Travis and Rita Bean began forming Travis Bean Designs and planned to produce a reissue of sorts of the original Travis Bean line, these instruments still featured a metal neck and wooden fretboard, but the rear of the body was a hollow pan and was machined from the same billet as the neck. There were around 18 of these prototyped, but before they could start production in earnest their major financing fell through. Travis never stepped back into the guitar-making world.  Unfortunately, Travis Bean passed away in 2011.

Introduced by their mutual friend Hank Donovan after Travis’s passing, Rita Bean and Kevin Burkett of Electrical Guitar Company hatched the idea that the 1997 run should be revisited because it had never really had a chance to shine. Kevin is a huge fan of the prototypes built in 1997, owning 4 at one point.  Using Electrical Guitar Company to manufacture the parts, Kevin built 5 new prototypes to see if it could be done correctly.  Tweaking the design and hybridizing different elements of all the past Beans, the idea looked promising.  Prototypes were sent to Rita to be reviewed by Travis’s best friend Marc McElwee.  He had been friend and business partner in the original 1970s Travis Bean Guitars.  Marc signed off on them and has been very enthusiastic to see these instruments get their chance to shine.  Kevin and Rita have started the joint venture of Travis Bean Designs so that Travis’s final design can be given the shot it never had.


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We are very picky about the product lines we carry here.  They must have great tone, stellar reliability and the right vibe.  Thus far, We are very impressed by all of the manufacturers we deal with .  In addition, the manufacturers we carry all have one big thing in common:  They are all Super-creative People that are fun and easy to deal with!