Musical Instruments for Sale in North Hollywood, CA

Comprehensive list of North Hollywood, California based musical instrument shops offering new & used guitars, pianos, percussion, string, woodwind instruments for sale.

The one and only of its kind, Engl Amps showroom in Los Angeles. The German-engineered ENGL Guitar Amplifiers now have a home base in North Hollywood, CA. The showroom and retail store will enable players to see, hear, try and feel these boutique amplifiers in a comfortable, hassle-free environment. Showroom manager and U.S. artist relations director Michael Berger is available for a one on one consultation

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We're dedicated to complete client satisfaction. From the end user to the dealer representing our brands. We hope to do business with you. Everly Music is a guitar and bass string manufacturer. We import and distribute to retailers across the US from our North Hollywood, CA warehouse. If you'd like to know more information on how to become a dealer, please visit our contact page.

Reinhold Bogner has developed Alchemist, a new line of guitar amplifiers, by taking a modern approach to vintage amp design. Bogner Custom Shop remains committed to hand crafting the premium guitar amplifiers that made Bogner Amplification what it is today.

All B-Band and UKKO Products to be Presented. B-Band is a manufacturer of best quality pickup systems for acoustic guitars, double basses and drums. All B-Band pickups use our proprietary patented electret film technology instead of common piezo materials.

Hollywood Academy of Music offers private lessons for piano, keyboard, guitar, voice, drums, violin, bass guitar, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet other band instruments available and songwriting. We teach a group workshop called School of Rock-Band 101, Pre-school Music Classes, and our new Recording Artist program.

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