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Strike MultiPad

Percussion lovers rejoice, the new Strike MultiPad by Alesis is an incredibly capable and versatile device that far surpasses the performance and creative potential of any previous electronic drum pad. The Strike MultiPad is the most powerful percussion pad on the market, and as well as performing electronic percussion duties, it can sample, edit and loop sounds, and be used as an audio interface.  It comes with a 32GB on board hard drive with over 8,000 samples and loops, 9 rubber pads with RGB lights, and the ability to load samples with a USB thumb drive. This is perfect for serious drummers looking for professional features and effortless control. watch the video below



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BEER LEATHER HOLSTER

In the spirit of the Wild West, this holster keeps your beer ready for a quick draw whenever the thirst arises. Made of rugged leather, it snaps onto any standard belt and the adjustable nylon strap wraps around the thigh for additional support. A fun accessory for parties and tailgates, it also makes a convenient holder when you need your hands free for grill duty....
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NIGHT AT THE GREAT WALL

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THE LEDGE | SKYDECK CHICAGO

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