Fancy getting your mitts on some high-end music equipment? This month Q has joined forces with Yamaha to offer one lucky winner a guitar, an electronic drumkit, a synth and guitar amp, together worth more than £1300.
Yamaha's APXT2 "travel guitar" is a super compact, short scale (58cm) electro-acoustic instrument modelled on the award-winning Yamaha APX professional range, producing a warm, rich low sound and crystal-clear highs.
The THR10C guitar amp reproduces the tones and feel of the most famous boutique tube combo amplifiers. It offers exceptional stereo playback, seamless USB interfacing and Yamaha's Extended Stereo technology. Each model also comes complete with recording and editing software Cubase AI.
The new MX49 synth is powered by sounds taken from Yamaha's flagship MOTIF range of workstations. There are over 1300 voices packed into these compact and lightweight units. Yamaha's DTX pro kits are the choice of many of the industry's top players. The sounds within the new DTX400K include stereo recordings of real drums, cymbals and percussion instruments. For more information on Yamaha products and to see broadcaster and technology guru Jason Bradbury testing the kit, visit uk.yamaha.com.
To win, simply insert your own comical caption to the above photograph.
And here's the winner for Q316 from Dave Rimmer of Litherland, Merseyside who bagged a PDC Concept drumkit. "Don't go bacon my heart."
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10:08 AM | 28/11/2012
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