Long Island Music Store The First To Carry Unique Australian Guitar Brand
All Music Inc: The Exclusive LI Carrier of Cole Clark Guitars
June, 2015 (Plainview, NY) — Since 1984, one of the main things that has made Long Island’s prime guitar outlet and music school so unique has been their passion for quality and service to both their customers and students. But most recently, yet another concept has allowed All Music Inc. of Plainview to stand-out amongst guitar connoisseurs: their partnership with Melbourne, Australia’s Cole Clark Guitars.
As the only Long Island and Amazon.com dealer of the distinctive steel string acoustic guitars, All Music prides itself on the partnership with the largest collection of Cole Clark Guitars in stock. The prime acoustics to use a Spanish heel or integral neck construction which allows for a unique sound, Cole Clark Guitars also include a patented pickup system aimed at finding a more natural tone when amplified. Combining classical construction with original and innovative design concepts and manufacturing techniques–all solid timber using mostly native Australian tone woods that are largely sustainable–help to produce a lighter, stronger, unique guitar with a naturally amplified sound and the advantage of top-of-the-line quality craftsmanship. Put simply, the guitars are “Made different to sound different”.
Some of the many notable Cole Clark artists and groups who continually use the uniquely made instruments include Jack Johnson, Xavier Rudd, Ben Harper, Johnny Marr of The Smiths, Belle and Sebastian, 5 Seconds of Summer, Sublime With Rome, The Living End, Snow Patrol, Tex Perkins, Alex Lloyd, Randy Kohrs, and many more.
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ABOUT ALL MUSIC INC:
All Music Inc has been the Long Island musicians number one choice for quality equipment, rentals and lessons for over 30 years, representing as the Long Island musicians best friend at South Oyster Bay Rd in Plainview.
All Music has long been considered the Island’s premier guitar shop and music school, with their sales people and teachers intent on helping to create lifelong musicians with a desire to be the best at their craft. Just as importantly, the brand has always taken real steps to stand out and distinguish themselves from the other chain music stores and schools with some of the best repair technicians; who work on all guitar, amp, brass, woodwind and orchestral instruments, consistent musician and venue outreach, and the strong strategic partnerships and alliances they have formed.
Thanks to their knowledgeable and experienced people who work there, who are NOT commissioned salespeople and are dedicated to serving the customers, All Music Inc. is known to take a personalized approach to all of your music needs so that you get what you want at the best price. Inside the store, they have an extensive collection of new, vintage, rare and pre-owned instruments (over 1000 guitars in stock!) to fit any budget, so as you walk around it is no wonder that they’ve become the premier music destination for professional musicians and people passionate about honing their craft in the area.
Besides the vast array and sheer volume of merchandise on display, they also host regular clinics with renowned players from every style imaginable giving their customers entre’ and insight into those they look up to. The next installment in the series, which features Mark Mendoza from Twisted Sister and Joe Rock, is tomorrow – Wednesday Dec 10th at 7pm
Additionally, their deep connections with the most prominent manufacturers in the business have allowed them to create special agreements with companies like PRS Guitars and Larivee Guitars who allow the All Music store in Plainview to be their only independent dealer on Long Island. They also have a fantastic selection of Gibson, Fender, Martin, Taylor, Charvel, Gretsch, Seagull, Godin and are soon to be carrying Music Man.
There has been a budding relationship between All Music and The Space at Westbury, where they just opened the All Music Lounge at The Space which allows local musicians a chance to perform at the facility, and All Music also did the Contractor Appreciation Party that included Twisted Sister, CJ Ramone and Good Rats members. All Music has also been partnering with the World Famous Tattoo Lou’s, where the All Music team has been involved with the booking and music production of the stage at the past four United Ink Tattoo/Art/Music festivals, as well as for their Poker Bike run and on other projects.
Additionally, the All Music’s Rock N Roll University Band – comprised of some of the best students from the school – have performed at the aforementioned events and are slated to perform at the upcoming United Ink Resorts World Casino Festival at Aqueduct. The band also regularly performs at places like the Smithtown Festival and Patchogue’s Alive After Five. All Music also recently provided the backline for the WBAB Homegrown Superstar finals at The Emporium.
Adding to the empire, and founded back in 2011, All Music’s Rock and Roll University in Hauppauge is a performance based rock and roll school where the students take private music lessons each week and then attend rehearsals which all lead up to live rock concerts in theaters around Long Island, New York. They have hosted their Big Concert Series at venues like Theatre Three in Port Jefferson and The Boulton Center in Bayshore.
Also on the school side, speaking to the talent and skill of both the teachers and students, one can look at their authentic sounding Led Zeppelin tribute ZoFolk currently touring Long Island, and the case of Brandon “Taz” Niederaur, an 11 year old guitar prodigy who after careful tutelage at the school has already been covered on ABC News, in Newsday, on Verizon Fios1 and on the Ellen Degeneres show and even caught the eye of Rock N Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman who recently brought him up on stage to perform with the legendary Allman Brothers Band during Jam Cruise. The band also recently performed at Citi Field during a NY Mets major league baseball game.