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1,914 "Harmonica Music Publishing, Inc." "P.O. Box 671, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254-0671. Toll-frees: wholesale(800) 333-7133; music stores (800) 748-5089. Faxes: (310) 798-0070 and (corporate) (310) 378-1770. Email: marcos@harmonicamusic.com. Web: www.harmonicamusic.com. Publisher of How to Play the Harmonica, Guitar & Keyboards Instantly series (book, video, CD-ROM and/or cassette, DVD)."
664 "HARRIS MUSICAL PRODUCTS, INC." "49 Rose Street, Stoughton, MA 02072. Tel: (781) 341-0776. Fax: (781) 341-0778. Toll-free: (800) 559-7425 Email: info@picksbythepound.com. Web: www.harrismusical.com. Contacts: Marc Harris, Michael Harris. Manufacturer and distributor of proprietary lines of musical instruments, accessories and gifts. Brands include: U.S. Blues-guitars, amps,gig bags, straps, harmonicas; Picks by the Pound-guitar picks, general accessories; Sticks by the Pound-drumsticks, stick bags, spaghetti sticks, mallets, brushes; Narragansett-wind and sax reeds, recorders, music stands; Buckaroo-Pro Percussion-Cymbals,cymbal polish,tambourines, bongos; Famous #351-guitar strings, guitar pick packs;FeelNoFret-guitar capos, acoustic pickups, guitar accessories;Tour-Pix-coated guitar picks; Boston Creme-guitar polish; SmartParts-guitar parts, tools.Musical gifts lines now include: The Inconcert Designs Guitarlamp, Innersoul guitar pick pendants, Guitar Mousepads and Guitar Rugs. Harris is the company that introduced Wheatware Guitar picks & Drumsticks to the global music industry. Wheatware products are made from 100% surplus American wheat byproducts and are 100% biodegradable."
665 "HARRIS-TELLER, INC." "7400 South Mason Avenue, Chicago, IL 60638. Tel: (708) 496-2100. Toll-free: (800) 252-4004. Fax: (708) 496-2130. Email: sales@harristeller.com. Full-line distributor of musical instruments, accessories, and printed music products."
666 "HART DYNAMICS, INC." "500 Industrial Park Road #K4, Destin, FL 32541. Tel: (850) 654-1455. Toll-free: (800) 769-5335. Fax: (850) 654-8505. Email: sales@hartdynamics.com. Web: www.hartdynamics.com. Contacts: Paul Andre and Adam Beachner.Product line includes: Hart Professional and Acupad “mesh” electronic drums; Ecymbal electronic cymbals; Prodigy “mesh” electronic training drumset; Epedal, ADT, ADC, Multipad, and Hammer electronic accessories; and Hartware and Ultilite hardware and rack systems."
2,003 "HEINL, GEO. & CO., LIMITED" "201 Church Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1Y7. Tel: (416) 363-0093. Toll-free: (800) 387-7858. Fax: (416) 363-0053F. Email: info@georgeheinl.com. Web: www.georgeheinl.com.Violin specialist, with the following product lines: Heinl, Aubert, Augustine, Beare, Board Buff, Bobelock, Boblen, Carlsson, Corelli, D’Addario, Dean Markley, Dunlop, Dvorak, Glasser, Gold Brokat, Gordge, Gotoh, Grover, Hamilton, Handorff, Hannabach, Heinrich Gill, Hidersine, Hill, Höfner, Hohner, Intellitouch, Jaeger, Jargar, Kaplan, Kolstein, Kun, Larsen, Martin Strings, Nyman Harts, Pirastro, Pops, Prim, Pyramid, Roth, Sacconi, Savarez, Schaller, Strunal, Suzuki, Thomastik, Wittner, Wolf, Wood Food, and Yamati."
1,916 "HENDRICKSON PUBLICATIONS, R.H." "Box 5024, Borger, TX 79008-5024. Tel: (806) 857-3392.Publisher of Guitar Chords (78 lessons) and Play Guitar Chords (26 lessons). New CD release: “Again at Twilight Time” by Richard Harry Hendrickson."
675 "HERITAGE GUITAR, INC." "225 Parsons Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49007. Tel: (269) 385-5721. Fax: (269) 385-3519. Web: www.heritageguitar.com. Jim Deurloo, Marv Lamb, J.P. Moats, and Bill Paige, principals.The four principals have more than 100 years of guitar-making experience, and most craftsmen at Heritage have at least 20 years of experience. The company specializes in hand-crafted fretted instruments."
1,917 "HMS PUBLICATIONS, INC." "P.O. Box 524, Niantic, CT 06357. Tel and fax: (860) 739-3187. Toll-free and fax: (888) 739-3187. Email: hmspublications@earthlink.net. Web: hmspublications.com. Contact: Harvey Snitkin.Publisher of: Practicing for Young Musicians: You Are Your Own Teacher; Practice Planner: A Journal of Goals and Progress; and the Reedmakers series for oboe, bassoon, and single reeds. Practice workshops available in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and lower New York."
686 "HODGE PRODUCTS, INC." "5134 Cub Creek Road, Roseland, VA 22967. Tel: (434) 361-1945. Toll-free: (888) 685-0548. Fax: (434) 361-1200. Email: ann@hodgeproductsinc.com. Web: www.hodgeproductsinc.com. Contacts: Ann Hodge, Alan Hodge.Manufacturer of Hodge Silk Woodwind Swabs. Made from China silk. Manufacturer of Hodge woodwind reed cases designed especially for the student market."
688 "HOHNER, INC." "Mailing address: P.O. Box 15035, Richmond, VA 23227-0435. Shipping address: 1000 Technology Park Drive, Glen Allen, VA 23059-4500. Tel: (804) 515-1900. Faxes: (804) 515-0347 [sales] or (804) 515-0840 [marketing]. Email: info@hohnerusa.com. Web: www.hohnerusa.com. The worlds largest producer of harmonicas, Hohner, Inc., was founded in 1857. Hohner is also known worldwide for manufacturing piano and diatonic accordions, melodicas, recorders, guitars, ukuleles, bluegrass instruments. musical instrument toys, musical imprinted products, and stands/accessories. Hohner, Inc., is a distributor of Hohner acoustic, electric, and bass guitars; Hohner banjos and mandolins; Lanikai ukuleles; Rockwood by Hohner guitars and drums; Sonor drums and percussion; Sonor Orff instruments; Laney amps"
689 "HOLTON, a division of Conn-Selmer, Inc." "P.O. Box 310, Elkhart IN 46515-0310. Tel: (574) 522-1675. Fax: (574) 295-0334. Email: custserv@conn-selmer.com. Web: www.conn-selmer.com. Frank Holton was a professional trombonist with the famous Sousa band and associate of the leading musicians of the late 19th century. He was a business manager and trombone soloist; a theatre musician and entrepreneur. The legacy of Frank Holton continues to this day, over 100 years later, focusing on providing musicians with the finest tools on which to perform their craft.Holton began his company in 1896 in Chicago, after numerous engagements as a trombonist in many leading performing groups. As a former member of Sousa’s great band, and an associate and friend of trombonist Arthur Pryor and cornetist Herbert L. Clarke, Holton enjoyed wide renown. At forty year’s of age, Frank Holton created his own recipe for trombone slide oil. He soon took on the sale of used band instruments. H.A. Vander Cook (who later started the Vander Cook School of Music) stated that, “The present factory is the result of his perseverance and his making ‘one good tone at a time,’ which method he applied to overcome the obstacles as they arose before him.”Holton’s contacts and friendships made in his professional musician days served him well during these years. Many of his friends in the theatre and dance band circuits had made their way to top symphony jobs, bringing their Holton instruments to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and other highly respected orchestras. One interesting note is that the first trumpet player with the Boston Symphony, Vincent Bach, used and endorsed the Holton trumpet at that time.In 1917, Holton had completed tooling for a complete line of saxophones, in order to meet with the saxophone craze that was just beginning. His factory, though, was at capacity and needed to grow. One of his early customers and friend suggested that Holton combine his love of Wisconsin farms with his work and set up a new factory in Elkhorn, Wisconsin. The citizens of Elkhorn built him a factory of over 35,000 square feet and, while bringing in or training a workforce proved difficult, the first profits for the Wisconsin-based company showed themselves in 1920. The organization of school bands and the promise of “a playing band within twelve weeks,” brought Holton good sales results, but this growth in student instrument demand was not a good fit for the higher-priced professional instruments that Holton was producing. The company introduced lower-priced outsourced instruments under such names as Pertin and Beaufort until it could introduce its own “Collegiate” line in the early 1930’s. Mr. Holton retired at age 82 and sold his controlling shares to longtime associate, William Kull. Frank Holton died on April 16, 1942.Kull remained the CEO until his death in 1944, but the Frank Holton Company was essentially run by the sales manager, Elliott Kehl, a long-time Holton employee. Kehl found war work to keep the factory open during a time when all brass was directed to the war effort. Over the next several years, Kehl was allowed to purchase a majority share in the company as he led a program of re-engineering and improving the line of instruments. Kehl also revived work with key artists, including Phillip Farkas, first horn player of the Chicago Symphony. In 1956, the Holton Farkas model French horn was introduced to great acclaim. That same year, new tooling for saxophones brought Holton into the modern saxophone world.In 1962, the decision to sell the Frank Holton Company to the G. Leblanc Corporation was made. G. Leblanc brought its strength in woodwind instruments together with Holton brass expertise, creating a much more formidable competitor in the band instrument industry.Through the remainder of the century, Holton continued to produce student and professional brass instruments. Its work with international star Maynard Ferguson and his “Superbone” continued Frank Holton’s commitment to working with the finest artists. Development with key educators such as Chicago’s Ethel Merker keeps Holton French horn development moving even beyond what Phillip Farkas has envisioned. Efforts to help young people progress included the introduction of a child-size single horn.In 2005, the company introduced the new Holton Collegiate line of low brass instruments. Like its predecessor in the 1930’s, this high-quality, lower-priced instrument line provides the ideal combination of performance and value for school music programs.The second century of Holton continues to be written, however, the purchase of Leblanc and Holton by Steinway Musical Instruments bodes well for the company. Working with key artists, serving amateur musicians, and developing exciting new opportunities were key to Frank Holton’s vision. Now as part of Steinway Musical Instruments and its band and orchestra division, Conn-Selmer, Inc., Holton instruments continue to excite the musical mind and provide today’s musicians with the finest instruments on which to experience the joy of music."
691 "HomeBrew Electronics, Inc." "3607 West Campobello Drive, Glendale, AZ 85308. Tel: (602) 501-0187. Toll-free: (866) 790-2950. Toll-free fax: (866) 790-2956. Email: pedals@homebrewelectronics.com. Web: www.homebrewelectronics.com. Contact: Charlie Turner.Custom hand built guitar effects pedals."
694 "HORIZON MUSIC, INC." Refer to The RapcoHorizon Company listing in this section.
695 "HORNETS DRUMSTICKS, LCC" "6635 North Baltimore Avenue #230, Portland, OR 97203. Tel: (917) 399-8487. Fax: (503) 283-2963. Email: info@hornetsdrumsticks.com. Web: www.hornetsdrumsticks.com. Contact: Aaron Wilhelm.The company successfully combines art with functional and ergonomic superiority in drumstick manufacturing. A contoured handle, o-rings that both reduce vibration and act as a grip, and an array of vibrant colors are the driving forces behind the innovative Hornets brand."
696 "Hosa Technology, Inc." "6650 Caballero Blvd. Buena Park, CA 90620 Tel: (714) 522-8878 Fax: (714) 522-4540 Web: www.hosatech.com. Email: sales@hosatech.com. Headquartered in Buena Park, CA, Hosa Technology, Inc. is a supplier of analog and digital connectivity solutions to the musical-instrument and professional-audio industries."
702 "Howard Core Company, LLC" "99 Symphony Way, Anniston, AL 36205. Tel: (256) 238-9966. Toll-free: (800) 633-2302. Fax: (256) 238-8465. Email: info@howardcore.com, Web: www.howardcore.com. Importer and wholesaler of stringed instruments, bows, cases, and all related accessories. Exclusive distributor of Johannes Köhr & August F. Köhr instruments and bows, including the popular K500 series of instruments, exclusive line of Core cases and instrument bags. Howard Core Company is also the Exclusive Distributor of Negri cases; GEWA instruments, cases, and accessories; Crown strings; S.I.R. Cellos; Royal Oak rosin & string cleaner. The company also carries instruments by Semmlinger, Karl Höfner, Toussaud Lee, and Wilfer Basses. Bows from the finest bowmakers abroad, including Knoll, Schicker, Grunke & Son, Seifert, Dörfler, Johannes Köhr, and others; cases, both domestic and imported; strings from Jargar, Pirastro, Prim, Super-Sensitive, Thomastik, Larsen, D’Addario and more!"
704 "HRtronics, LLC" "21225 52nd Ave. S.E. Woodinville, WA 98072 U.S.A. Tel: (425) 605-8560. Fax: (425) 605-0968. Email: hvrobson@hrtronics.com. Contact: Howard Robson.Designs, manufactures and markets the Uncontained Sound line of professional guitar and bass guitar "
705 "HUGHES DULCIMER CO., INC." "4419 West Colfax, Denver, CO 80204. Tel: (303) 572-3753. Contact: Norman Roberts.Historical reproduction stringed instruments and kits."
708 "HUMES & BERG MFG. CO., INC." "4801 Railroad Avenue, East Chicago, IN 46312. Tel: (219) 397-1980. Toll-free: (800) 348-9737. Fax: (219) 397-4534. Email: Products@humes-berg.com. Irwin Berg, president; Mike Berg, vice president.Completing 71 years in the music industry. Manufacturer of Stonelined mutes for all brass; Fibre carrying cases; Enduro molded cases; EnduroPro molded cases; DrumSeeker padded instrument bags; Tuxedo padded instrument bags; Galaxy musical instrument bags; Colorfold orchestra stands; music room equipment; All-Steel music cabinets; E-Z Fold choir band and orchestra risers; piano benches; and Kardova wood music stands. Contract manufacturing."
717 "IBC Trading Ltd," "74 Unit 97, NDDO, Enterprise House, Bangor, BT19 7QT, Northern Ireland. Tel: + 44 2891 272529 Fax: + 44 2891 272606 Web: www.ibctrading.com ; info@ibctrading.comThe company specializes in guitars and employs a number of key international staff. We offer a unique set of skills, designs, technology, instruments and QC team. While many Chinese companies are trying to raise the quality of their instruments, they simply don’t understand how to get there. Our team has been used to building guitars from $1000-$50,000 retail and we bring this knowledge to our partners in China.IBC Trading are sourcing experts for OEM brands and we have a select team of consultants in China who help customers achieve effective sourcing of a wide range of musical instruments – everything from guitars, accessories, pianos, keyboards, stringed instruments, brass and woodwind etc."
721 "iGUITAR, INC (previously Brian Moore Guitars, Inc)" "290 Main Street - Building #3, Cold Spring, New York 10516. Tel: (845) 809-5347. Fax: (845) 350-4002. Email: info@iguitar@com. Web: www.iguitar.com. Patrick G. Cummings, president. Innovative guitars featuring advanced electronics and vintage construction values. iGuitar, 13-pin technology and U.S.A. Custom Shop"
725 "IMPACT INDUSTRIES, INC." "A Division of Wausau Canvas Co., Inc., 801 Jefferson Street, Wausau, WI 54403. Tel: (715) 842-1651. Toll-free: (800) 342-1244. Fax: (715) 848-2366. Email: info@impactind.com. Web: www.impactind.com. Robert Eriksen, president.Manufacturer of Impact drum outfits, marching percussion, molded cases, and carrying bags."
729 "INDEPENDENT AUDIO, INC." "43 Deerfield Road, Portland, ME 04101. Tel: (207) 773-2424. Fax: (207) 773-2422. Email: info@independentaudio.com. Web: www.independent.com."
730 "INNOVATIVE MUSIC SYSTEMS, INC." "11410 NW 56th Drive #115, Coral Springs, FL 33076. Tel: (954) 270-6172. Email: prodinfo@intelliscore.net. Web: www.intelliscore.net. Maker of intelliScore Ensemble music recognition software. Listens to prerecorded or live music (in WAV, MP3, WMA, or CD format) comprised of several different instruments, and helps create a multitrack MIDI file containing the notes played, broken down by instrument. "
731 "Innovative Percussion, Inc." "470 Metroplex Drive #214, Nashville, TN 37211. Tel: (615) 333-9388. Toll- free: (877) 581-9074. Fax: (615) 333- 9354. Email: info@innovativepercussion.com. Web: www.innovativepercussion.com. "
734 "INTER-M AMERICAS, INC." "13875 Artesia Blvd., Cerritos, CA 90703 . Toll-free: (866) 636-5795. Tel: 562-921-0370. Email: info@inter-m.net.Inter-M Americas is a manufacturer of a comprehensive line of commercial and professional audio products including mixer amps and sources, matrix systems, large and small mixers, digital and analog signal processing gear, amplifiers, and a number of specialty products."
739 "ISP TECHNOLOGIES, LLC" "5479 Perry Drive, Suite B,Waterford, MI 48329. Tel: (248) 673-7790. Fax: (248) 673-7696. Email: sales@isptechnologies.com. Web: www.isptechnologies.com. Contact: Shelley Waller.State-of-the-art sound reinforcement and guitar products. "
741 "Izotope, Inc." "One Kendall Square, Bldg. 200, Cambridge, MA 02139. Tel: (617) 577-7799, Fax: (617) 588-0471, Email: mark@izotope.com, Contact: Mark Ethier Maker of plug-ins for restoring analog feel to digital sound."
746 "JAMBARREY MUSIC PRODUCTS, LLC" "5007 N. AVRA ROAD TUCSON 85743, AZ UNITED STATES Phone: 520-624-9437 Fax: 520-624-9437 Email: jambarrey@hughes.net "
1,820 "JANSEN, PAUL L. & SON" "1550 Harrison Street, Oshkosh, WI 54901-3008. Tel: (920) 231-5433. Toll Free: 800-BENCHES (800-236-2437). Fax: 920-231-5450. Email: pljansen@aol.com. Web: www.pljansen.com.Manufacturer of the Piano Bench of the Artists. Fully adjustable from 18” to 22” in height. Richly upholstered in Naugahyde with diamond tufted pattern. Available in ebony, walnut, or mahogany wood finish. Choice of black or brown upholstery. Genuine leather also available.Also manufacturer of a complete line of tufted velour piano and organ bench pads. All popular sizes and colors shipped from stock. Special sizes custom-made to order. Manufacturer of a full line of piano, organ, digital, and grand piano benches.Other items from this firm are: dual trucks for moving pianos and organs; grand leg dollies; piano and organ lamps; Mackintosh covers for pianos, organs, and tone cabinets; piano dollies; moving blankets; fitted quilted piano covers; grand piano skidboards, 5’, 6’, 7’, and 9’; grand piano trucks; organ dollies; four-wheel moving dollies; truck loading ramps; piano bench pads; organ bench pads; Wittner and Franz metronomes.Also manufacturer of Protexorgan plastic pedal guards for organs; will not creep or slide. Sizes available for spinet or console organs.Other items carried in stock include: wood and plastic caster cups; wood piano chairs; sheet music cabinets, available in mahogany, walnut, or ebony finishes; replacement straps for most types of moving equipment; spinet, console, studio, and grand piano dollies. Small size upholstered top bench designed for use with digital pianos.Free catalog available upon request."
756 "JEANNÉ, INC." "P.O. Box 49564, Blaine, MN 55449. Tel: (763) 754-6695. Toll-free tel: (800) 831-7691 (U.S. and Canada). Fax: (763) 754-6000. Email: mail@jeanne-inc.com. Contact; Valarie Anderson. Specializing in woodwind solo and chamber music publications; manufacturer of clarinet and oboe reed-making tools and accessories; manufacturer of high-quality clarinet and oboe instrument stands for maximum stability with no danger to the instrument. "
758 "JEMM COMPANY, THE" "c/o K&J Manufacturing, P.O. Box 596, Pine, CO 80470. Tel: (303) 296-1660. Fax: (303) 292-3638. Contact: Matesh Patel.Manufacturer of: practice drum pads (The “Practa-Pal”) and Ken drum major and signal batons."
761 "jj BABBITT COMPANY, INC." "2201 Industrial Parkway, P.O. Box 1264, Elkhart, IN 46516. Tel: (574) 293- 6514. Toll-free: (800) 262-6514. Fax: (574) 293-9465. Email: info@jjbabbitt.com. Web: www.jjbabbitt.com. William (Bill) Reglein, owner/chairman; Rocco (Rocky) Giglio, president/chief operating officer;Jim Green, VP/ Manufacturing; Linda Nielsen,cfo. jj Babbitt Company, Inc., founded in 1919 by Jesse J. Babbitt, manufactures hard rubber, sculpted plastic, metal, and gold-plated mouthpieces for saxophones and clarinets. The family-owned firm is the only company to handle hard- rubber molding and vulcanizing in- house for complete control over the quality of its finished products. Mouthpieces are designed and produced for players of all levels, from student to professional. jj Babbitt is acclaimed throughout the world for outstanding variety, quality, innovation and craftsmanship. Annually the firm produces over 300,000 mouthpieces for saxophones and clarinets in over 2,000 different variations under brand names Otto Link, Meyer, jj Babbitt, Wolfe Tayne, Guy Hawkins and Hite. The company also produces custom mouthpieces with private labeling. In 2004 jj Babbitt purchased the Premiere and J & D Hite lines, which they had previously private labeled for David Hite Inc. In 2006 new production efficiencies helped establish stronger working relationships with jj Babbitt’s worldwide distributors, generating record-breaking sales” "
762 "JJ GUITARS, INC." "Tower Farm, Little Wolford, Warwickshire CV36 5NR, England. Tel: 011-44-7973-825-085. Fax: 011-44-1608-684-554. Email: tony@jjguitars.com. Web: www.jjguitars.com.Manufacturer of solid-body electric guitars. JJ Guitars currently represents the high point in English guitar-making."
767 "Jodavi, Inc - ZZYZX Snap Jack" "15320 Valley View Ave - #7, La Mirada CA 90638. Tel: (562) 677- 1245, Fax (562) 404-6510. Email: info@zzyzxsnapjack.com, info@jodavi.net,. Web: www.zzyzxsnapjack.com. Vincent Lee, President. Diane Nguyen, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. Manufacturer of ZZYZX Snap Jack. The award-winning ZZYZX Snap Jack utilizes its world wide patented magnetic technology with their products. Starting with their flagship product - Snap Jack guitar cables - offers an ingenious solution to guitarist in reducing the risk of damage to their equipment, and eliminating any obnoxious popping or squeals sounds by using a precision magnetic design that allows the jack to detach from the cable only when it is subjected to excess tension. By utilizing the extra TIPS, guitarists are able to switch multiple guitars onstage effortlessly and in silence. The new products for 2008-2009 utilizing the magnetic concept are the Magnum Series, Premium Silver cables, XLR cables, Pedal Boards cables, Stereo cables, Patch cables, and Earphone cables."
1,919 "JPMC BOOKS, INC." "29 Church Street, Burlington, VT 05401-4433. (Mailing address: P.O. Box 526, Burlington, Vermont 05402-0526.) Tel: (802) 860-7110. Toll-free (for orders): (888) 388-8883. Fax: (802) 860-7112. Email: sales@jpmcbooks.com. Web: www.jpmcbooks.com. Contact: Jane Peterer.Publisher of The Masters Series Funk, R&B, Gospel. North American distributor for Edition Melodie Zurich (Switzerland), Van Teeseling (The Netherlands), and Ancora Verlagsservice Halbig (Germany). "
786 "Jupiter Band Instruments, Inc." "11310 Hwy. 290 West, Austin, Texas 78737 (Mailing Address: P.O. Box 90249, Austin, Texas 78709-0249) Phone: (512) 288-7400 Toll-free: (800) 283-4676 Fax: (512) 288-6445 Email: sales@jupitermusic.com Website: www.jupitermusic.com Jupiter Band Instruments, Inc. is the U.S. distributor of Jupiter woodwinds and brass, Mapex concert and marching drums, Ross mallet percussion, Majestic percussion and Altus handmade flutes. As part of the KHS family, all of the JBI, Inc. brands benefit from being part of a global company with access to an established network of suppliers and controlled manufacturing in company- owned factories ensuring consistent high quality and reliability. Incorporating some of the fastest growing brands today, KHS and Jupiter Band Instruments, Inc., offer a full line of quality instruments to school music programs and individual players. The new Quantum Marching Project, launched in January, is a collaborative effort between Jupiter, Mapex and Majestic brands to develop a family of marching instruments specifically suited to the world’s most competitive marching ensembles. The Jupiter Quantum marching brass, Mapex Quantum marching drums and Majestic Quantum field percussion were created through an ensemble approach to achieve unified voicing. Jupiter brass and woodwind instruments provide superior performance at affordable prices from student models and low brass to the XO professional series. Mapex concert and marching drums, Ross mallet and Majestic percussion offer schools and individuals a complete solution for high performance on the stage, in the studio or on the field. Award winning distribution policies and dealer-friendly programs have helped establish Jupiter Band Instruments, Inc. as one of the fastest growing suppliers in the industry. In addition to some of the most appealing programs and margins, dealers benefit from the support of a true global brand. Jupiter’s commitment to quality, assurance of value, and dedication to progress is quickly making it a recommended choice of leading school music dealers. For more information, visit www.jupitermusic.com . "
819 "K&K SOUND SYSTEMS, INC." "P.O. Box 626, Coos Bay, OR 97420. Tel: (541) 888-3517. Toll-free: (800) 867-6863. Fax: (541) 888-4846. Email: karla@kksound.com. Web: www.kksound.com. Contact: Karla Kaudel.The product range covers: acoustic guitar and instrument transducers; upright bass pickups; amplification systems for vibraphones and marimbas; and instrument microphones."
824 "K&M Analog DesignS, LLC" "619 Martin Avenue #6, Rohnert Park, CA 94928. Tel: (707) 584-8663. Fax: (707) 584-8661. Email: joe@two-rock.com. Contact: Joe Mloganoski."
817 "K-IV ENTERPRISES, LLC/SABRA SOM" "59 Flaming Arrow Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430. Tel: (201) 828-9492. Fax: (201) 828-9493. Email: paksr@aol.com.Manufacturer of audio accessories."
812 "K.H.S. MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CO., LTD." "1F, No. 48, Cheng-ho Street, Lu-Chow City, Tapei Hsien, Taiwan 247, R.O.C. Tel: 011-886-2-2282-5159. Fax: 011-886-2-2281-4038. Email: musixm@khs-musix.com. Web: www.khs-music.com. Wu H. Hsieh, president."
790 "KAHLER INTERNATIONAL, INC." "2525 Jason Court #101, Oceanside, CA 92056. Tel: (760) 643-0000. Fax: (760) 643-0074. Email: joshvittek@kahlerusa.com. Web: www.kahlerusa.com. Kahler International, Inc., is a world leader in the manufacture of guitar and bass tremolo bridge systems. No other bridge can outperform a Kahler. Kahler offers the Professional line of tremolo systems for guitar and bass and provides retailers exclusively with the all new Hybrid bridge that is either a fixed bridge or full range tremolo at prices of $219"
795 "Kanstul Musical Instruments, Inc." "1332 South Claudina Street, Anaheim, CA 92805. Tel: (714) 563-1000. Toll-free tel: 888-KANSTUL (888-526-7885). Fax: (714) 563-1661. Email: sales@kanstul.com. Web: www.kanstul.com. Zigmant J. Kanstul, President; James New, Plant Superintendent; Charles Hargett, Sales and Marketing. Kanstul Musical Instruments, Inc. is proudly celebrating more than 25 years in the design and production of the finest quality brass instruments. Located 1 mile east of Disneyland in Anaheim, California, our modern 32,000 square foot production facility and combination Sales & Showroom annex provide musicians of all levels the advantages of our Old World skilled craftsmen, and our state-of-the-art Computer design capabilities."
797 "KASS, LARRY, MUSIC PRODUCTS" "P.O. Box 1608, Novato, CA 94948. Tel: (415) 897-0982. Fax: (415) 892-3220. Email: larrykass@novato.net.Manufacturer of fine quality violin chinrest in boxwood, ebony, and rosewood, as well as tailpieces, pegs, and fingerboards for violin, viola, cello, and bass."
799 "KAYLINE PROCESSING, INC." "31 Coates Street, Trenton, NJ 08611. Tel: (609) 695-1449. Toll-free: (outside New Jersey): (800) 367-5546. Fax: (609) 989-1094. Michael Lebwohl, president; Harley Hoffman, vice president, sales/marketing. Check out our website: www.kayline.com for the newest Kayhide finish: ASC99 Black PanamaThis company has been in existence for over 35 years as a leading manufacturer of covering and lining vinyl materials. Its goals are to service the music industry with high quality, economical prices, a wide variety of vintage finishes, and immediate delivery of many stock materials."
800 "KAYSOUND IMPORTS, INC." "5 Coton Lane, Champlain, NY 12919. Tel: (514) 633-8877. Toll-free: (800) 343-0353. Fax: (514) 633-8872. Email: mark@kaysound.com. Contact: Mark Kalisky.Distributor of: Sony, SMPro, Violet Audio, XP Sound, Hercules, SAC, Kaysound portable keyboards, ESI, Jam Session, and CME."
802 "Keeley Electronics, Inc." "6400 Industrial Boulevard, Edmond, OK 73034. Tel: (405) 341-2025. Email: fx@rkfx.com. Contact: Robert Keeley."
804 "KELLER PRODUCTS, INC." "41 Union Street, P.O. Box 4105, Manchester, NH 03108. Toll-free: (877) 209-9359. Fax: (603) 627-3110. Email: keller@kellerproducts.com. Web: www.kellershells.com. James J. Decknick, vice president of sales and marketing.With nearly 50 years of experience in the music industry, Keller Products is well known for providing precision-built, custom-molded plywood shells to leading high-end drum manufacturers."
1,821 "KELLY CO., THE O.S." "318 East North Street, P.O. Box 1267, Springfield, OH 45501-1267. Tel: (937) 322-4921. Fax: (937) 322-1322. Email: tgolba@oskelly.com. Contact: Ted Golba.Manufacturer of piano plates."
1,739 "KEMBLE AND CO., LTD." "Mount Avenue, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, MK1 1JE, England. Tel: 011-44-1908-371-771. Fax: 011-44-1908-270-448. Email: brian.kemble@gmx.yamaha.com. Web: www.kemble-pianos.co.uk.Kemble & Company (established 1911) is the largest piano manufacturer in Western Europe. It warehouses its fine British pianos in the U.S.A.; flooring is available."


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