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Let’s face it: old cameras are cool. They embody a retro chic from which the streamlined, cutting-edge, carbon fiber image machines of today have evolved, including some contemporary digital rangefinders specifically aimed at fans of the retro aesthetic.
People around the world who are familiar with B&H know us mainly for photo, video, audio, computer, and entertainment products. Our inventory is so vast; there may not be one person in the B&H SuperStore who is aware of every single product available here. In fact, I’d say that was a safe bet.
We’re pleased to announce that your favorite source for photo, video, pro audio, computers, and home and portable entertainment—B&H—is now selling a selection of acoustic and electric guitars, bass guitars, amplifiers, banjos, mandolins, ukuleles, drums, and accessories.
Just because we live in an age of high-tech photographic lighting technology doesn’t mean it’s always practical to drag around a cartload of power packs, flash heads, stands, scrims, softboxes, gobos, and cables. It also doesn’t mean having all that gear is going to make your portraiture look better.
Brian Marcus, the co creator of the GL-1, guides you through the processes and techniques that make this revolutionary product so successful for his professional workflow.
Whether you’re performing in live situations, practicing in your living room or looking for that natural sound for recording original music, an electric guitar amplifier is a must-have item. There are scores of them available. Determine which type you need by reading more below, and whether or not it will help you fulfill your musical goals.
There has been a great deal written about cleaners and polishes for guitar finishes, and each guitar player you ask will have a different opinion about them. Most luthiers (the people who build guitars) will tell you that the best cleaner is simply a soft, damp cotton cloth.