The new Fender® Mustang™ amplifier series has landed at Progressive Music Center! The Mustang features 24 highly accurate on-board amp presets with tones from vintage Fender® sparkle to outrageous modern metal distortion. Arranged in three banks of 8, all 24 amp presets are easily and instantly accessed right out of the box with only a twist of a single knob. Plug in and you’re up and running. This amp is awesome but it gets even better. Connect Mustang™ to your computer with free Fender® FUSE™ software. Open up a world of possibilities, including on-screen parameter control, deep editing, additional effects, unlimited preset storage, online preset swapping with the Fender® FUSE™ community, and free Fender artist presets. Oh yeah, it’s under $100! Call us and get your Mustang today!!
Archive for October, 2010
Please join us for performances by vocal and piano students of Progressive Music Center instructor Terese Peterson beginning Friday, October 22nd (7:30 PM), Saturday, October 23rd (4 PM) and Friday, October 29th (7:30 PM). The recitals are free and open to the public. Complimentary beverages and refreshments will be served.
Progressive Music Center and Remo, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of percussion instruments and drum heads, joined together to donate instruments to the Duke Children’s Hospital in Durham, North Carolina. As the idea of Progressive Music Center Founder Billy Cuthrell, the donations will be ongoing through Progressive Music Center’s charity arm, Instrument Aid, which was formed when Cuthrell wanted to send instruments to New Orleans after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina wiped out many band programs, instruments and music stores in that region. Instrument Aid collects new and used instruments and donates them for use in programs around the country.
Cuthrell says, “Research has shown that music plays such a big part in the healing process, and the children at Duke will have a great time playing with all these cool instruments thanks to Remo and others that help make this a reality to put instruments in their hands. We look forward to a long partnership with Duke and to keep these instruments in the Children’s Hospital”