Here at Clutch, our resident gear experts are always on the prowl for the latest and greatest listings to file into our handpicked collections. From awesome deals on lesser-known vintage guitars to collections to help kick off your next recording project, you’ll find all sorts of curated experiences here. Not sure where to start? Click the button below to land on a random collection from our ever-growing list.
When sellers drop prices on gear, their listings end up on this page. Reverb price drops offer some of the best deals on used, vintage and new music gear online.
Our team of experts are constantly combing the site to find the best buys on gear, and this page is where all the hottest listings end up.
Our team of experts are always adding new releases to this collection, so keep an eye on this page for fresh dispatches and arrivals from the wide world of gear.
This handpicked collection of the best Ableton controllers and hardware by Akai, Novation, Livid Instruments, M-Audio and other leading manufacturers aims to give you tactile command over Live's sequencer, clip launcher, scenes, mixer, and everything else this comprehensive software has to offer.
Violin basses are broadly defined as bass guitars that resemble a violin or other traditional string instrument in shape. First introduced by German maker Hofner in 1955, these instruments were propelled into the spotlight by Paul McCartney who used his Hofner 500/1 model throughout Beatlemania and continues to do so today.
Developed by Seth Lover in 1955, the original PAF ("Patent Applied For") humbucker pickups found in Les Paul Customs and Goldtops of the late-1950s, as well as the legendary Les Paul Standard "Bursts" from 1958-1960 had a lot to do with the iconic sound of these classic guitars.
Looking for an amp that won't break the bank, but will give you plenty of power for band practice and small gigs? We've handpicked all of our favorite stage-ready amps on the site and assembled them here.
Whether they're using the "Big 5" vintage mics or any number of modern day titans, professional engineers and producers have always leveraged serious studio-quality microphones to encapsulate the emotion of a lead vocal, the size of a drum kit, or the searing blare of a horn to pull the listener in and define the sound of a record.
There's good reason why the stompboxes that came out of Japan in the '70s and '80s are so widely imitated and revered. From the Boss DM-2 and CE-1 to the Ibanez AD9, these were the sound of a generation that boldly explored new analog and digital sonic territory while refining the rough effects of the '60s.
If you're a new player looking for a banjo or mandolin, Reverb wants to make the search a little easier for you - here, we've handpicked some instruments that would be perfect to help start your journey.
There are few guitarists that have achieved such high Guitar Hero status as David Gilmour. To some, his holy-grail tone rises above even the experimental studio production and carefully choreographed live events that Waters, Mason, Wright had a significant hand in.
From legendary electric pianos like the Rhodes to the fattest analog synths and the quirkiest keyboards of the digital era, our Iconic Keyboards section hosts some of the most important machines ever to grace the stage and studio.
Whether you're looking for some worn brass mojo or well-worked wood to project your snare tone, a vintage snare can be the perfect addition to your kit. From icons like the Ludwig Black Beauty and Supraphonic to lesser known classics such as the Rogers Dynasonic and Slingerland Sound King, this set has plenty of aged kit candy.
From his days with the White Stripes and Raconteurs to his current work with supergroup The Dead Weather as well as his solo material, Mr. White has been using unique gear. Here we're collecting Airline guitars, Silvertone amps, Big Muffs and other pedals that have graced both the stage and the studio in Jack's more than capable hands.
Whether it's a lightening-fast direct-drive double pedal, trashy effects cymbals, a gunshot-loud snare or rock solid hardware to hold it all up, outfit your kit with the latest metal drumming gear.