Here at Reverb, our resident gear experts are always on the prowl for the latest and greatest listings to file into our handpicked collections. From awesome deals on lesser-known vintage guitars to collections to help kick off your next recording project, you’ll find all sorts of curated experiences here. Not sure where to start? Click the button below to land on a random collection from our ever-growing list.
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In this handpicked collection, you'll find all sorts of items that will have your space feeling more like a creative escape and less like a basement with a drum kit, from old instruments repurposed into clocks and end tables to music-themed prints and posters of classic concert flyers.
Many players spend years swapping parts and installing upgrades on their Fender-style guitars. Whether it be putting in some high-end tuners, boutique pickups, or just throwing on a whammy bar, it can be hard to ignore the allure of tinkering with your guitar.
This handpicked collection of the best Ableton controllers and hardware by Akai, Novation, Livid Instruments, M-Audio and other leading manufacturers aims to give you tactile command over Live's sequencer, clip launcher, scenes, mixer, and everything else this comprehensive software has to offer.
Violin basses are broadly defined as bass guitars that resemble a violin or other traditional string instrument in shape. First introduced by German maker Hofner in 1955, these instruments were propelled into the spotlight by Paul McCartney who used his Hofner 500/1 model throughout Beatlemania and continues to do so today.
From the warm depth of a pure analog kick to the crisp grit of a vinyl sampled snare, there's a certain inimitable magic to vintage drum machines that digital models and static copies can never quite capture.
Check out Reverb's handpicked collection of electric and acoustic-electric mandolins, from highly collectible 10-string Bigsby solid bodies and Gibson EM200 Florentine models to contemporary offerings from Fender, Gretsch, Eastwood and more.
With the right luthier tools and a little know-how, you can repair and maintain your instruments or build your own from scratch. Shop Reverb's handpicked selection of luthier tools including files, jigs, gauges and more to take matters into your own hands.
Have a look through Reverb's handpicked collection of the best-of-the-best in new, used and vintage mastering studio gear, from surgical equalizers and behemoth tube compressors to the finest converters and analog recorders.
Here you'll find Reverb's massive selection of all things MIJ and CIJ Fender, instruments of superb quality and unique flair that arguably saved this iconic brand.
In this handpicked collection of guitars, you'll find everything from shiny mirror tops to sparkling pearloids, graphic overlays to hand-carved pieces of functional outsider art.
Whether it's a lightening-fast direct-drive double pedal, trashy effects cymbals, a gunshot-loud snare or rock solid hardware to hold it all up, outfit your kit with the latest metal drumming gear.
Whether they're using the "Big 5" vintage mics or any number of modern day titans, professional engineers and producers have always leveraged serious studio-quality microphones to encapsulate the emotion of a lead vocal, the size of a drum kit, or the searing blare of a horn to pull the listener in and define the sound of a record.
Our Hi-Fi Heyday collection features a choice assortment of the finest tube amps, discrete receivers, time-tested turntables, and vintage speakers to bring out the best in your music collection. Go ahead, turn it up!
These artisan-built Strats have been coming out of the Custom Shop in Corona, CA since 1987 in an astonishing number of configurations, limited editions and one-offs, from exacting vintage reissues and eye-popping relics to "Masterbuilt" creations and artist models.
Meaning "to parch" or "to roast," torrefaction adds an additional visit to the kiln, bringing the atmospheric moisture and oxygen to virtual zero to remove sap and water and close cells in the wood.
Reverb is proud to count an extremely diverse set of DIY builders and innovators among our community of sellers. From next-generation guitar effects and homemade guitar straps to traditional instruments from around the world, if someone uses it to make music, you can find a handmade example here.
Not every vintage guitar can be a pristine, all-original example destined for a collector's vault. Dings, scratches, replaced parts and refinished bodies all lower the price on these vintage guitars and basses, making them fantastic deals for musicians who want a classic instrument to play.
Unlike classic overdrives and distortion effects, transparent overdrives emphasize the natural tone of your guitar and amp, simply enhancing what's there instead of cloaking the sound in a layer of noise and coloration.
The name of the game in the modern pedalboard is "space," and effect-makers are well aware. Mini pedals serve double duty by maximizing the real estate on your setup and often feature streamlined, simple intercsets.
There's good reason why the stompboxes that came out of Japan in the '70s and '80s are so widely imitated and revered. From the Boss DM-2 and CE-1 to the Ibanez AD9, these were the sound of a generation that boldly explored new analog and digital sonic territory while refining the rough effects of the '60s.
Fuzzy echoes buzz with reverb-laden swaths of sludge in a glorious celebration of primitive and ear-splitting rock and roll. Find a riff, grab a pedal, and let it rip until the sun comes up over the Joshua Tree.
Since the original generation of shoegazers operated in a time before the boutique pedal explosion, they relied mostly on standards from Boss and other big makers. This means many cornerstone shoegaze effects can be found easily and on the cheap.
The popularity of dark, atmospheric, Turkish-style cymbals implementing B20 alloy and traditional hammering is at a fever pitch. This handpicked set brings you the best of vintage sounds from Zildjian and Sabian down to the exploding boutique cymbal scene.
Whether all-original or well-loved with a missing muffler or mount, these vintage kits carry all the thump and stomp that they did for the masters, and continue to inspire modern players and current drum manufacturers to find that vintage rumble in the rims.
Our Showpiece Snare curation brings the finest plies, peerless metals and one-of-a-kind finishes from companies like C&C, DW, Dunnett and Craviotto together in one place. From a stage to a display case, these snares will never fail to impress.
Player grade vintage drums are the ultimate marriage of old-school tone with day-to-day playability. Extra holes, dings, refinished shells and aftermarket parts make these drums great deals for gigging drummers.
These are handpicked gems from Canadian sellers, with no complications of long-distance shipping. Maybe you're looking for a rare piece that can only be found overseas - but there is a world of amazing gear at your doorstep, too.
In the '60s and '70s, budget-minded brands like Harmony, Kay, Teisco, Supro, and Univox carved out a unique sound and style that stood in contrast to your every day Strats and Les Pauls. Today these unique instrument go for far more reasonable prices than some of their more iconic counterparts, but still pack plenty of vintage mojo.
These are hand picked gems from local sellers in the UK, with no complications of long-distance shipping. Maybe you're looking for a rare piece that can only be found overseas - but there is a world of amazing gear at your doorstep, too.
These are hand picked gems from local Australian sellers, with no complications of long distance shipping. Maybe you're looking for a rare piece that can only be found overseas - but there is a world of amazing gear at your doorstep, too.
These handpicked guitars represent the very highest-end when it comes to collector-grade, vintage instruments. Take a look at these stunning, investment-level guitars and basses from the golden eras of Fender, Gibson, Gretsch, Martin, Rickenbacker and more.
If you want to see an instrument or some gear you've never seen before, browse the rarest of the rare, handpicked by Reverb staff. Once-in-a-lifetime finds, rare items to complete a collection, gear owned by your favorite musicians, and more can be found in this daily curated set.
The pickups are hots, the necks are fast and the looks are mean in this set chock full of classic models from Ibanez, ESP, Kramer, Jackson, Schecter and more. The only thing you'll be spending lots of with these guitars is time practicing with the volume turned up.
If you're a new player looking for a banjo or mandolin, Reverb wants to make the search a little easier for you - here, we've handpicked some instruments that would be perfect to help start your journey.
Looking for an amp that won't break the bank, but will give you plenty of power for band practice and small gigs? We've handpicked all of our favorite stage-ready amps on the site and assembled them here.
If you're serious about sound and want the highest quality recording gear, check out our studio grade gear. Here we've collected microphones from vintage Neumann tube mics to AKG 414's, preamps, compressors and EQs, plus plenty more studio essentials for the serious-minded recording engineer.
From microphones and interfaces to monitors and mixers, our handpicked bedroom recording collection has all of the essentials for making your homemade masterpiece.
Big, heavy tube and transformer-coupled Fairchild 670s, original LA-2As, Pultec equalizers, Neumann M 49s, and even contemporary tube offerings are still used in studios today in spite of more solid state counterparts and digital plugins coming to market.
When you're looking for bang for your buck in the amp category, look no further than these workhorses. The Russian-made Sovtek Mig 50, vintage Traynor YBA-1, Music Man RD Sixty Five, and many more collected here are the unsung heros of the vintage amp world.
This collection of vintage synthesizers from American builders like ARP, Oberheim and Dave Smith's Sequential Circuits, and Japanese companies like Roland, Yamaha and Korg, represents a unique legacy in 20th century music that combines technical innovation, aesthetic appeal and musical power.
Manufacturers across the globe like Crumar, Polivoks, Teisco, Formanta and Kawai produced quirky takes on popular circuits with unique tones all their own. We've collected the best of these under-the-radar synths along with unsung models from larger brands to bring you the analog experience without the vintage inflation.
Featuring gear from Arturia, Native Instruments, Akai and more, we've selected the best deals on our favorite gear for making hip hop beats, composing film scores or writing the next EDM hit.
To stand out from the crowd, DJs need to be able to elevate, transition, remix and reinvent tracks on-the-fly, bridging their skills into the world of production. We've collected the best in professional DJ gear, from cutting edge digital remix tools to classic Technics SL-1200 decks, to help working DJs take their dancefloor talents to the next level.
Learning how to DJ is a lifelong pursuit that will deepen your connection to the music you love and enhance your understanding of its power to bring people together. We've selected a variety of the best DJ setups to jumpstart your learning, from all-in-one digital systems to beginner turntables.
From legendary electric pianos like the Rhodes to the fattest analog synths and the quirkiest keyboards of the digital era, our Iconic Keyboards section hosts some of the most important machines ever to grace the stage and studio.
From classic examples like the Fender Jazzmaster and Gibson Firebird to wild '80s designs from builders like BC Rich, offset guitars have always offered players something a little different to stand out from more conventional body styles.
The Japanese guitar industry in the '60s and '70s followed an interesting trajectory. At first, Japanese factories were tasked with building cheap emulations of American designs. As time went on, their output grew more unique and bizarre due to a particular Japanese artistic flair combined with an impulse to out-do mainstream American guitars they were emulating.
High-gain guitar amplifiers and metal go hand in hand, whether it's doom, thrash, death, or just plain heavy. Armed to the teeth with 12AX7s, EL84s, and features like multi-band EQs and a smattering of overdrive modes, these amplified beasts are a shredder's best friend.
This handpicked collection of vintage Selmer horns offers up Reverb's best of the best in pristine Mark VI altos, re-lacquered Super Balanced Action baris, and everything in between.
Whether it be one a Fender Mustang, favored by Kurt, Dave's favorite Zildjian A cymbals, or an Ibanez Black Eagle 2609B, used frequently by Krist, you can find it all here in this collection.
There are few guitarists that have achieved such high Guitar Hero status as David Gilmour. To some, his holy-grail tone rises above even the experimental studio production and carefully choreographed live events that Waters, Mason, Wright had a significant hand in.
It was Led Zeppelin's unbelievable songcraft and musical innovation that earned their place as one of the greatest bands of all time. But the gear they used didn't hurt. Take a look here for vintage and modern editions of the guitars, drums, basses and more used by Jimmy Page, John Bonham, and John Paul Jones.
Since their debut single "Creep" in 1992, the gear used by Radiohead has evolved with their sound. From conventional guitars and drums to elaborate sample & sequencer arrays, there aren't many corners of the gear world Radiohead hasn't explored.
Prototype music gear and recording equipment gives a rare look into the mind of the designer. Some are rather primitive curiosities, some almost come out of the gate fully-realized. Here, you can peruse Reverb's handpicked collection of rare prototype gear, pieces of history. After all, without "The Log", there is no Gibson Les Paul...
This handpicked collection of vintage and retro-inspired straps from Levy's, Souldier, Ace and more shines a light on the stylistic allure of hip patterns and colorful graphics of yesteryear.
From exotic hand percussion like doumbeks and tablas to handy drum set additions such as timbales and cowbells, we've assembled a collection of global percussive sounds to pique your curiosity.
Reverb was arguably the first "special effect" for instruments and vocalists, originally pulled off with large, purpose-built chambers underneath classic recording studios like Capitol Studios and Abbey Road. Peruse this handpicked collection new, used and vintage analog reverb units and add some classic vibe to your sound.
From the country licks of Joe Maphis to the power pop of Rick Nielsen, there are multi-necked instruments of every sort and you can find them all right here on Reverb.
Acrylic drums deliver a combination of immense resonance and see-through cool looks, which has made them a favorite of decades of drummers who want to be heard (and seen).
For years, these guitars floated under the vintage collector radar, and were seen as junior novelties more than serious instruments. More recently, however, interest has been on the rise due to the high prices of more mainstream Fenders, and the undeniable retro charm these guitars deliver.
Practicing drums can be a challenge due to lack of space or noise restrictions, and when you have the chance to go full-tilt on your kit, it's important to make sure your hearing is protected. Here you'll find a collection of low-volume solutions, electronic aids and more to help you ready those rudiments, test your timekeeping, and take your percussive practicing to the next level.
Whether you're reinventing your sound or are feeling the pain from schlepping that big bass drum, portable drum kits like the Ludwig Breakbeats, Sonor Martini, and DW Frequent Flyer offer a fun-size footprint with full-size presence- from street busking to cocktail bars to subway car jams.
Today, these classic beasts can be had on the used market for pennies on the dollar and new studios are being built around old-world technology. Shop this handpicked collection of classic control room gear and find the best deals for your studio.
The 7-string guitar has become an essential tool for modern shredders. Whether you’re playing deathcore, metalcore, djent, prog, or anything in between, these entry and mid-level guitars from Schecter, Agile, ESP, Ibanez and more are perfect for those testing the 7-string waters or gigging musicians looking for a road-ready workhorse.
Not every recording engineer of yesteryear had the luxury of recording in a real echo chamber, so the clever ones decided to use the magnetic tape they were already recording with to create a similar effect. The best units were prized for their versatility and unique echo types.
While vintage guitars tend to hold a reputation as the best ever made, there are more high-end boutique makers turning out truly magnificent instruments than ever before.
From big band marine pearl to '60s psychedelic swirl, oyster wrap finishes have defined artists' styles for years. Whether you're looking for something refined, something bold, or just something new, this set makes your search a wrap.
Pedal modifications can unlock the hidden potential of classic and new effects and have given birth to an entire basement industry of pedal modding. If you like your pedals to be covered in extra knobs and switches or engineered with new circuit designs and parts, take a look at these unique modded stompboxes to see some tricked-out creativity at work.
Recent years have brought a new crop of incredible acoustic guitars from luthiers at the height of their craft. Makers like Collings, Huss and Dalton, Bourgeois and Santa Cruz are just a few of the brands capturing the very best in the acoustic guitar tradition with each amazing specimen.
With a history dating back to 1833, Martin acoustics rank as the most historic and iconic guitars ever made. From the small-bodied parlor guitars of the 19th-century to the landmark dreadnoughts of the 1930s and beyond, Martins have and continue to define the form and sound of the instrument.
From the earliest Princeton Tweed, to the much-copied 5E3 Fender Deluxe, Blackface Bandmaster, and Brownface Super, these amps are known for their sparkly cleans and unmistakable tube driven breakup. They fueled the early days of rock and roll with plenty of extra gas and continue to keep tone-hungry players satisfied to this day.
Whether you're looking for some worn brass mojo or well-worked wood to project your snare tone, a vintage snare can be the perfect addition to your kit. From icons like the Ludwig Black Beauty and Supraphonic to lesser known classics such as the Rogers Dynasonic and Slingerland Sound King, this set has plenty of aged kit candy.
For many guitarists, the only thing better than a Gibson Les Paul is a vintage Gibson Les Paul. From stunning museum-quality pieces from the '50s to road warrior axes from the Norlin era of Gibson production in the '70s, there are fresh Les Pauls added to this page every day including Les Paul Standards, Customs, Juniors, and more.
The 500 series is the fastest growing format in pro audio gear. Whether you want to craft a classic vocal chain, a sophisticated guitar DI and reamping rig, a complete analog mix summing solution, or to swap between all three - with the 500 series you're only limited by your imagination.
If you're a fan of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, you're a fan of classic gear whether you know it or not. Tom and the boys have used a massive range of iconic pieces through their many albums and hits, including Rickenbacker electric guitars, Hiwatt and Vox amps, Hammond organs, and much more.
Whether you're gearing up for your first day of middle school orchestra or getting ready for the high school jazz ensemble, these band and orchestra selections at student friendly prices will help you find an instrument you can grow and succeed with for years to come.
Old Bogen lunchboxes, Hammond organ electronics, RCA public address amps, Western Electric radio tuners, and countless other discarded oddities have found new life as tube-powered blues machines slightly modified for use with guitar, bass, keys, and any other electric instrument you've got kicking around.
Developed by Seth Lover in 1955, the original PAF ("Patent Applied For") humbucker pickups found in Les Paul Customs and Goldtops of the late-1950s, as well as the legendary Les Paul Standard "Bursts" from 1958-1960 had a lot to do with the iconic sound of these classic guitars.
Among the many iconic guitars listed on Reverb, there exists a special class of instruments owned and played by legendary musicians. In this collection, we've pulled together bonafide guitars, basses and other gear used by players from a wide swath of genres and eras.
From his days with the White Stripes and Raconteurs to his current work with supergroup The Dead Weather as well as his solo material, Mr. White has been using unique gear. Here we're collecting Airline guitars, Silvertone amps, Big Muffs and other pedals that have graced both the stage and the studio in Jack's more than capable hands.
Reverb's knowledgable curators have combed through every listing on the site to surface the best in affordable home studio gear that can work wonders in elevating your vocal recordings in an instant.
If you've got an older Marshall or Orange amp without a master volume control and are chasing the super-fat sounds of the mid-'70s, or if you don't like how distortion pedals change the sound of your amp, this handpicked collection of new, used and vintage high-output pickups from DiMarzio, Seymour Duncan, EMG and more will get you where you want to be in a hurry.
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