Floyd Rose

The Floyd Rose Locking Tremolo, or simply Floyd Rose, is the first locking tremolo arm for a guitar of its kind. Invented in 1977, Floyd Rose gained popularity in the 1980s through influential guitarists like Eddie Van Halen, Neal Schon, Brad Gillis, Joe Satriani, and Steve Vai, who used its ability to stay in tune even with extreme changes in pitch to invent new guitar licks. Its tuning stability comes through the double-locking design that has been widely regarded as revolutionary; the design has been listed on both Guitar World magazine's "10 Most Earth Shaking Guitar Innovations" as well as Guitar Player's "101 Greatest Moments in Guitar History 1979-1983". View the Floyd Rose site.


Created by some of the rock and roll world's greatest insiders, the ProRock Gear line of instrument cases, stands and accessories are some of the best made on the planet. With years of experience touring with the biggest bands in the world, ProRock Gear has developed stylish, durable and most importantly, usable gig accessories. Whether you are playing in the garage or headlining a coast to coast tour, ProRock Gear has the stuff that will keep your equipment safe and in tune.

KTS America

KTS America is one of the most revered guitar and bass hardware manufactures in the world. KTS manufactures titanium saddles for Tele types, Strat types, Jazz Bass, Mustang, tune-o-matics and wraparound tailpieces. When traditional stock hardware just won't cut it, professionals choose KTS. View the KTS-America site.

Haramis Musical Hardware

Truly a return to the art form of being “handcrafted”. When the idea for creating a new hardware line was developing, new methods for creating this hardware had to be developed as well. The old methods of injection molding or modern 3D printing wouldn’t work for the new hardware that features vast color variations and dramatic multi-color swirls. Much more attention and hand detail was required to achieve the dramatic effects found in Haramis Musical Hardware.  To achieve the customized, dramatic effects found in our hardware, a hands on approach at all facets of production was needed.

Pure Tone Technologies

That standard 1/4” guitar jack is now obsolete! The Pure Tone jack features 100% greater surface area at all contact points creating a more stable connection; as a result, high and low frequencies are greatly improved creating a much more balanced sound while eliminating frequency spikes. No more noise crackle caused by pressure grounds! The mono Pure Tone contains dual tension grounds and dual positive tips for optimal signal and lowest possible noise, whereas the stereo version boasts dual positive tips and opposing tensions on the jack ring and sleeve. This patented jack allows for increased current handling at 500 volts for high current applications. Tensioned design locks cable securely in place and increased metal mass carries more signal.