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Alesis manufactures various audio equipment. In our musical instruments shop, we mainly sell the Alesis interfaces, which are cables that allow you to do some kind of signal conversion between different equipment, such as between a guitar or a keyboard and a computer with USB input.
APC is a company founded in 1976 by Antonio Pinto Carvalho, dedicated to building string instruments, ranging from the traditional Portuguese to instruments of several other countries. Portuguese guitars, cavaquinhos, ukuleles, bandolins and other APC instruments, you find at Salão Musical de Lisboa.
Artimúsica Musical Instruments was founded in 1992 and aims to craft traditional Portuguese instruments. The Portuguese guitars Artimúsica are especially recognized for their sound qualities and finishes. Cavaquinhos, bandolins e violas regionais são outros instrumentos que encontra no nosso site e na loja.
La Vincent Bach es conocida por los trompetas y trombones que fabrica.
En 1964 la Vicent Bach fue vendida a Selmer, que continúa fabricando trompetas y trombones que continúan incorporando los más altos estándares de artesanía y que se ajustan a los planos originales de Vincent.
BG Franck Bichon is one of the largest French producers of blow instrument accessories.
BG France has more than 300 items for sale. From mid-range to professional products including ligatures, straps, cushions, stands, saxophone sets, heated cushions, cushions and other cleaning accessories.
Cherub Technologies was founded in 1998 in China by two entrepreneurial engineers. It began by manufacturing a digital tuner and today it is a company with a focus on the manufacture of digital accessories for musical instruments, which employs more than 400 people and has clients in more than 100 countries.
Of note are pickups for guitar.
CNB manufactures hard and soft cases for string instruments.
Created by Nuno Rodrigues in 1993, Companhia Nacional de Música is a publishing company, producer and distributor of phonograms and musical videograms, whose mission is the production, valorization and dissemination of cultural works.
To highlight are the miniatures of musical instruments and the books of music theory by Artur Fão.
Cremona is an Italian company that manufactures tools and accessories for bow instruments but also for guitars. It is over 12 years old and born of experience in the construction and repair of violins. It's goal is to be a reference company where manufacturers of violins and other bow instruments find the materials and tools necessary for their activity.
D'addario is a North American company known mainly for the manufacture of strings for musical instruments. It is located in Long Island, New York.
Dragão strings are manufactured in Portugal by Novagi, which has been producing strings for musical instruments for more than 90 years and whose experience guarantees the quality of the products.
Novagi produces strings for numerous musical instruments, most notably strings for traditional Portuguese instruments, and for many cases the only option available in the market.
Very sought after are the string sets for Portuguese guitar and for classical guitar.
Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small family business in 1965. Since then, it has become a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, transposers, slides, strings and other accessories for musical instruments. Dunlop is home to legendary products such as the Cry Baby wah-wah pedal and the Tortex reeds.
The publisher ECM Edições Convite à Música Lda has been in existence for 19 years, its main area of activity being the publication of children's music books, which always include a multimedia component.
The quality of the edited works has resulted in a high number of copies sold and in the preference of music teachers, parents and educators.
Edições 70 were born in the 70's of the twentieth century, and in its catalog the option for books dedicated to culture and the arts is evident in the most varied aspects.
In 2005 the publishing house joined the group Almedina, having expanded its influence and increasing the rigor of its editorial proposals.
Elixir was born in 1995. After a long research on the guitar strings, Elixir produced the first official prototypes, which were submitted to 5000 musicians to hear the opinions, giving rise to the first strings with a special coating.
Since then the coatings have been enhanced and today Elixir manufactures various combinations of original POLYWEB® and NANOWEB® coating yarns ultra-thin for acoustic and electric guitar, bass, mandolin and banjo. Each produces a different sound, but all the strings produced are variations of the same basic idea: a microscopically thin, advanced polymer tube that wraps around the rope to protect it from corrosion and dirt, without any contact with the critical area between the windings.
Ernie Ball is a string producer for electric guitar, bass guitar and accessories since 1962. World-renowned musicians such as Paul McCartney, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Slash, Jimmy Page or Buddy Guy played Ernie Ball chords to create their unique sounds .
Ernie Ball uses the latest technology and the best materials to continuously improve the quality of its products, allowing you to expand your expressive options.
Eurico Pereira is professor of classical guitar at the National Conservatory Music School in Lisbon, Portugal. Desenvolveu um livro chamado Elemento e Gesto, with exercícios for guitar for crianças e jovens from 6 years old that combines or ensino musical theory with exercícios to serem executed in classic guitar, that allows to aluno learn the theoretical elements at or mesmo tempo that learn technical elements na guitar. Or method contém acompanhamentos intended for or professor.
Feadóg Teoranta (Whistles Ltd) was founded in Dublin, Ireland in 1978 with the aim of producing a high quality Irish whistle (tinwhistle or penny whistle) which is also accessible.
The market was very receptive to the first tinwhistle produced by Feadóg. This tinwhistle began to be adopted by initiates and professionals. But Feadóg continued to develop other Irish flutes.
The Mk.II Feadóg was the next development and its production lasted 10 years. It was subsequently perfected, giving rise to the Mk.III Feadóg Whistle which was a great success, This tinwhistle is now appreciated all over the world by everyone from children to professional musicians.
Fender is the world's leading guitar manufacturer. Iconic Fender® instruments such as the Telecaster®, Stratocaster®, Precision Bass® and Jazz Bass® guitars are known worldwide as the instruments that started the rock revolution, and they continue to be highly prized by today’s musicians and collectors.
At Salão Musical de Lisboa you find Fender electric guitars and basses, but also amplifiers, acoustic guitars, electroacoustic guitars and lots of accessories.
GEWA is a German company founded in 1925 by George Walter. Located in Adorf in Saxony, region known for the musicians and artisans of musical instruments. In 1950 he moved to Mittenwald in Bavaria following the Second World War. GEWA GmbH currently employs more than 250 highly skilled workers in the areas of production, product manager, sales, purchasing, administration, accounting, marketing and logistics. And everyone shares a passion: the love of music.
Goldon Musikinstrumentenbau GmbH is headquartered in Markneukirchen, Germany, where it was founded in 1936. Under the name Goldon, it started by manufacturing high quality bevel flutes.
At the end of the decade of 1940, it also began to manufacture musical toys. It is in the field of musical education of children and young people that their activity focus is located, with the development of new instruments for musical education (Orff) becoming very important.
Gretsch Guitars produces electric, acoustic and electroacoustic guitars.
Gretsch is a company with over 135 years that has always prioritized production based on skilled labor, always maintaining a commitment to quality. It has pioneered a number of projects and manufacturing techniques, including Chet Atkins, Eddie Cochran, Billy Duffy, Bono, Duane Eddy, George Harrison, Brian Setzer, Stephen Stills, Neil Young and Malcolm Young.
Hannabach is a German company that manufactures quality strings for classical and flamenco guitar. It was founded in 1896 by Anton Hannabach. He began by dedicating himself to the trade of quality musical instruments, having also begun to manually manufacture instrument strings. It was always a family business until it was sold to Larsen Strings Holdings of Denmark.
Hercules Stands is known by KHS Musical Instruments Co., Ltd. became one of the biggest producers of supports for musical instruments of the present time. It was born in 1930 with the overall idea of support for music education and the community of musicians. Today it incorporates some of the fastest growing brands in this sector.
Istanbul is a Turkish company that manufactures various types of cymbals.
In 1977, it opened as a small factory that began producing for local stores. Since then the business has been expanding to respond to demand. It should be noted that in 1998, the Alchemy series was created to expand the offer beyond the traditional Jazz dishes and best suit a diversified range of more modern and larger music.
JamStands manufactures various types of stands and shelves. Its main goal is to look for functionality and practical solutions in the various products it manufactures, always with an affordable price commitment.
It is a company belonging to the group Ultimate Support, which is more than 40 years old and exists. The group seeks to create support solutions and music accessories with a spirit of innovation, commitment to quality and customer support.
Over 90 years of experience, Kawai has achieved a timbre and touch that is unique these days. Kawai is one of the architects of the modern piano, having always been a pioneer in the use of new ideas, materials and technologies, thus contributing to evolution in the art of piano construction.
Founded more than 65 years ago in the field of music, Konig & Meyer produces sophisticated equipment with excellent quality, characterized by innovative design, functionality and durability. It is one of the world's leading suppliers of music stands, microphone stands and instruments, speaker stands, benches, lighting accessories, sound and studio technology
In 1968, Czech musician and craftsman Joseph Kun emigrated to Ottawa, Canada. The city opened the National Arts Center, with its own orchestra. It was here that Kun established himself as luthier and where he began to produce the violin shoulder rests. The shoulder rests were developed to be more ergonomic and to provide comfort to all violin and viola players.
LaMancha guitars combine German development, Spanish design and Asian manufacture to produce guitars with authentic Spanish sound. First quality woods are used in the manufacture: Canadian cedar, German and Swiss spruce and Indian rosewood.
The guitars include high quality strings from Savarez.
For more than half a century LP has produced classic percussion instruments as well as hundreds of patented improvements and new designs of musical instruments that meet the exacting standards of professional musicians. LP instruments have been used on thousands of the most famous recordings by many top bands, from classic salsa to classic rock. LP is an essential part of so many musical genres that it is almost impossible to turn on a radio or listen to a playlist and not listen to an LP instrument.
Teodoro Pérez created his own company in 1991, where he started to build the guitars that are identified with his name. Bearer of an enormous experience, started with the master luthier José Ramirez III.
He started by making mandolins, lutes and bandurries in 1966, having spent in 1969 working with great master luthiers in the construction of guitars.
Madarozzo manufactures guitar bags and is part of the Ritter group. It was founded by Martin Ritter in 2007 but started in 1996 in a small office in the north of England.
Madarozzo's concept is to combine an attractive design with the functionality, quality and protection of the instruments. The concept of Madarozzo has been accepted by thousands of guitarists from around the world.
Ritter, a North American company, has been preserving the brand and its creative work, adapting it to the latest trends and designing the future ones.
C.F. Martin & Co. has been known worldwide for creating quality instruments for more than 180 years. The company continues to innovate and over the years has introduced techniques and features that have become industry standards, including X-bracing, 14-fret guitar and the dreadnought model. Martin guitars are handcrafted using combinations of new design and techniques, in addition to those introduced by the company's founder.
Headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, USA since 1984, Mighty Bright designs and manufactures portable LED lamps, loupes and boat accessories.
Eco-friendly LED lamp lines make it easy to play your favorite music. The Mighty Bright lights combine ease of use and affordability with impressive functionality, durability and portability.
By purchasing an original Mighty Bright product, you also purchase Mighty Bright's service, quality and support guarantee.
Since 1930, Hermann Moeck has started marketing bevel flutes made by small manufactures in Vogtland, Saxony, doing the tuning and adjustments himself. He also sold vials of shrimp, carnations and spinach that he made. In the 1960s he began producing copies of quality instruments he found in museums.
Moeck produces quality, versatile and reliable bevelling flutes. Of note are the School, Flauto1, Rondo and Rottenburgh series.
Mollenhauer manufactures quality recorders.
The company was founded by Johann Andreas Mollenhauer in 1822 and continued for several generations to this day. It is based in Fulda, Germany. Being always connected to the manufacture and maintenance of wind instruments, it is by the recorder manufacture that the Mollenhauer is better known.
Music Sales group concentrates a group of companies that are dedicated to the publication and distribution of music books of all type. Methods to learn how to play instruments, song books and many other editions of own publishing and other publishers, can be found at Salão Musical de Lisboa under the brand Music Sales.
Obrac manufactures accessories for wind instruments, including shelves that fit the instruments. It was born in 1947 under the name Torneria Musical of Salvador Carbó, as a small craft workshop dedicated exclusively to the manufacture of accessories for wind instruments. It is currently a small industry that manufactures a wide variety of accessories.
Paco Castillo guitars are made in Valencia by the Juliá family, who started their own company after decades of being linked to one of the world's largest classical guitar manufacturers. The experience and knowledge gained enable the manufacture of high quality and reliable instruments without increasing production costs.
Pearl River has been designing and building pianos for more than 50 years and has become the world's best-selling pianos brand in more than 120 countries.
Pearl River Piano Group is headquartered in Guangzhou, China. It produces more than 140,000 pianos per year, employing more than 4,000 workers.
Over the past few years, Pearl River has reviewed and simplified its models with the help of European and American consultants. Many new models have been introduced, while more traditional models have been revised and modified.
By combining the artistry of European craftsmanship with quality components and the latest technological advances in instrument production, Pearl River pianos are acclaimed by specialists for their quality and affordability.
Petrof is currently the largest European producer of grand and upright pianos. It does business on 5 continents and exports to more than 65 countries. Petrof pianos are the favored choice of many pianists due to their European, round and romantic sound.
As a company that is always attentive to evolution, Petrof has always been keen to maintain high levels of precision in manual work, the careful selection of materials and the romantic sound characteristic of the pianos of this brand.
Petrof pianos are produced in the Czech Republic, in Hradec Králové.
Due to the quality of its strings and resins, Pirastro has become synonymous with a beautiful and reliable sound. As a result, a large number of musicians of stringed instruments and bows play and recommends Pirastro strings. With its tonal flexibility and expressive power, the Pirastro strings inspired the musicians to create their own sound, making the most of the best qualities of their instruments.
Platinum manufactures accessories for stringed instruments including various types of stands.
A Promark was founded in 1957 by Herb Brochstein, professional drummer and proprietor of a bank of batteries. A Promark has always been a family business, even after the purchase by the D'Addario Group in 2011. It is located in Houston, Texas, USA. and is known by its drumsticks, rods, brushes and mallets.
PTrumpet is an English company founded in 2010, which manufactures very strong plastic blowing instruments. Due to the low price and resistance of the manufactured instruments, it allows the access of children and young people to the learning of instruments that usually begin later.
Pyramid was founded in 1850 in Schonbach, Austria. It is a family business. He began by making bow and string instruments, but progressively concentrated his business on string production. In 1948, the company moved to West Germany, having set up a factory with modern technical equipment and skilled labor.
Pyramid strings are sold in more than 100 countries. The quality of materials, acoustics expertise and sophisticated electronic equipment allow you to produce specialized strings for the full range of modern or historical instruments, meeting the most demanding quality requirements.
QUIK-LOK manufactures a wide range of instrument stands, amplifiers, microphones and music stands, and its products are well known for their quality and strength.
QUIK-LOK uses quality materials and advanced technology in manufacturing processes, from automated welding robots, metal tube contouring equipment, computer-controlled steel cutting laser and state-of-the-art powder coating. The entire production process is controlled by highly skilled personnel.
Ritter began in 1966. In the beginning it manufactured travel bags, but soon began to manufacture bags and cases for musical instruments, having as principle that the protection of the instruments can be both functional and elegant. Ritter currently manufactures more than 800 bags for different musical instruments.
Roland Corporation was founded in 1972. It is headquartered in Japan. It manufactures and exports electronic musical instruments, electronic equipment and software.
In Salão Musical de Lisboa you will find, among other Roland products, guitar and keyboard amplifiers, midi keyboard controllers, synthesizer keyboards, digital pianos, digital batteries and other electronic equipment.
The pedals and pedals for guitar and bass find on our website with brand Boss, subsidiary of Roland.
Rouxinol is a Brazilian company that manufactures strings for musical instruments. It was founded in 1960 by Carlos Bernardo and Aquiles Bernardo.
He started by looking for the opinion of professional musicians, having achieved in a few years the recognition in the Brazilian market. It has been progressively increasing its product line, having grown to the present day, where it occupies an industrial area with 6500 square meters in Caieiras, São Paulo. It employs 140 workers and manufactures 70 different products.
Rowin Music is a Chinese company based in Shenzen, Gauangdong. Manufactures accessories for musical instruments, of which we highlight the transposers for guitar.
The company also researches, manufactures and markets electronic musical instruments and audio equipment, having accumulated much experience in the field of synthesizers and digital audio effects.
Sabian was founded in 1981 by Robert Zildjian. Having concluded that the choice of dishes available at the time for drummers was insufficient, he set up his company in Meductic, New Brunswick, Canada.
Since the founding of the factory Sabian has become a global innovation center in terms of variety of design and the sound of dishes and sound. Today drummers and percussionists can choose between models ranging from vintage to modern, from bright to dark, from traditional to totally eclectic.
At present it is a global company with distribution in 120 countries, continuing to evolve because worldwide artists are looking for innovative sounds.
Vandoren was founded in Paris by the clarinetist Eugène Van Doren. Since the foundation, Vandoren's innovations have never stopped, especially for clarinet and saxophone: mouthpieces, reeds, ligatures but also in packaging with the Flow Pack, which guarantees the preservation of the products from the factory to the musician.
VGS instruments feature reliable construction and traditional styles, combined with innovation and updated design. Great attention is paid to the materials used and their processing to optimize the sound, comfort and ease of touching. Good sound does not have to be expensive.
Wittner was founded in 1895 or Gustav Wittner, as a factory of precision mechanics for the production of metronomes. Wittner currently manufactures other musical accessories such as tuning forks, stringed instrument accessories, stands, as well as articles for storage and maintenance of sound and data.
Yamaha was founded in 1887 by Torakusu Yamaha as a manufacturer of pianos and organs.
Yamaha is proud to present a full line of grand and upright pianos that reflect Yamaha's continued evolution in acoustics as well as technological advances in manufacturing processes. For vertical pianos, Yamaha manufactures a wide range of models designed to meet the demands and sensitivity of pianists of all levels.
The Zildjan or Avedis Zildjan Company has a history dating back to the seventeenth century. It was in 1622 that Avedis, an Armenian who lived in Constantinople, discovered a process of treating metal alloys that he applied to the production of dishes, distinguished by the clarity and support of sound. Soon they were adopted by the bands of the Sultan Osman II, that rewarded Avedis with gold and the family name. In fact, Zildjan means manufacturer of dishes, in Turkish and Armenian.
Today Zildjan is headquartered in the USA, continuing to manufacture drum plates (cymbals), special effects plates and various instrument accessories.