Why Shop with a Regent Sounds?
Over the last 30 years Regent Sounds of Denmark Street have become one of London's best music retailers. In fact they're the most knowledgeable and longest running Fender and Gretsch dealer in the city. The shop is located in the old Regent Sound Studio, where a wide variety of music that has been written, performed and recorded here over the years. Both in-store and online you can purchase items for people of all abilities and ages from all walks of life. They typically specialise in all things Fender and Gretsch related and they house one of the best selections of boutique effects pedals you will find. As well as a large selection of amps and accessories as well.
Regent Sounds London are also proud stockists of many other great brands of guitars, amps, accessories, parts and spares including Vox, Music Man, Blackstar, Danelectro, Fulltone, Diamond, Wampler, Empress, Fairfield Circuitry, JAM, Chase Bliss, Red Panda, Fredric effects, Hudson Electronics, Logjam, Bare Knuckle, LR Baggs, Bigsby, Mastery Bridges, Original Fuzz, Souldier and many more.
Electric Guitar Deals London
Why not shop online or in-store for that special guitar you've always wanted, Regent Sounds London sell a wide range of big name brands like Fender, Gretsch, Squier and Vox to name a few. A popular model is the Gretsch G5420T Electromatic which has been constructed with a fully hollow build and a true Filter’Tron voice that blow ups with immense punch and clear, hefty presence. Like all Electromatic guitars, it delivers the unflinching and electrifying authenticity that has set Gretsch from the rest! A huge name in rock ‘n’ roll guitars from the very beginning. On this model you should love the premium features which include the dual “Black Top” filter’tron humbucking pickups, the versatile upgraded controls including master volume treble-bleed circuit and the oversized bound F holes and aged multi-ply body binding. There's also the smaller late-’50s G6120 bound headstock, the graph tech NuBone nut Pearloid, the Neo-Classic “thumbnail” fingerboard inlays and the iconic Bigsby B60 vibrato tailpiece to finish the piece off. Ideal for rock music, blues, jazz and many more genres!
With so much choice is in-store and online it can sometimes be hard to choose the best electric guitar for your requirements, why not consider the Squier Classic Vibe 60s Jazzmaster? With a great price point this model is a faithful homage to the iconic Fender favourite, producing that indisputable Jazzmaster tone courtesy of its dual Fender-Designed alnico single coil pickups. Player-friendly features include a slim and comfy “C”-shaped neck profile with an easy-playing 9.5”-radius fingerboard and narrow-tall frets. It also has a vintage-style tremolo system for expressive string bending effects, and a floating bridge with barrel saddles. This throwback Squier model also has the 1960s inspired headstock markings, nickel-plated hardware and a slick vintage-tinted gloss neck finish.
Acoustic Guitar Bargains
Of course Acoustic Guitars have been popular for decades and this trend doesn't look like it's going to slow down any time soon. You may be interested in a model like the Fender CN-60S Nylon Acoustic, which features a classic design that combines the easy playability and distinct tone of nylon strings with the comfort of steel-string spacing. The CN-60S also features a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides and rolled fingerboard edges. This model could be the perfect choice for the developing player seeking a softer string that's easier to fret, while still offering the rich tones of a classical guitar.
Another great choice is the Fender FA-125 Dreadnought
which has a budget-friendly price – ideal for people of all ages and abilities. You should like the high-quality laminate construction with a modern Fender 3+3 headstock and Viking bridge – this creates an easy-playing instrument that sounds great and looks good too. It could be perfect for beginners and developing players and it also features a nato neck that gives the guitar nice tone and a smooth playing feel.
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Thinking about purchasing some Guitar Pedals?
For many guitarists, a guitar pedal can easily enhance their playing and make their music stand out from the crowd! At Denmark Street Guitar Shop you can find a lot of different pedals to help your sound reach new levels. With manufacturers such as Crazy Tube Circuits, Diamond, Dunlop, Electro Harmonix, Ernie Ball, Hudson Electronics, J Rockett, Korg, Rainger FX, Vemuram and more – there's never been a better time to find something which suits your needs!
One of the most iconic guitar pedals in the world is the Jim Dunlop Cry Baby GCB-95, it was originally introduced in 1966 and has since become a legendary effect. Used by electric guitar-players such as Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, you'll have certainly heard the Cry Baby on many records over the years. The GCB95 is a contemporary interpretation of that sound, featuring the lush, expressive character of the legendary red Fasel inductor with a more focused high end and a more aggressive and accentuated wah sound. With a heavy-duty die-cast housing and a Hot Potz Potentiometer tested to one million cycles, the Cry Baby Wah will withstand years of playing.
You may also be interested in something like the Electro Harmonix Big Muff, this product is a faithful recreation of the iconic original that was used by artists such as Jimi Hendrix and Santana. Revered by contemporary guitarists and rock legends for its rich, creamy, violin-like sustain, from Pink Floyd to The White Stripes, everyone still wants a piece of the Pi! It features a true bypass, singing sustain with attitude, crushing distortion and adjustable tone. It also has a 9-volt battery included and there's an optional 9DC-100 power supply available if required.
Sell Your Instrument / Trade In
At Regent Sounds Denmark Street they're also looking to buy in used and vintage instruments, amps and pedals. Please use the contact form on their website with a brief description and a few pictures of the item you're looking to sell and they will get back to you with an offer, if it's something they're interested in purchasing. In addition you may be looking to trade your guitar, amp or pedals against something they have in store, if this is the case they will attempt to work out the best deal possible. Generally it's a good idea to email them in advance so you can inform them what you are looking for and what you have to trade against it.