T-Shirts for Sale at Valley Music Institute

We are selling our first ever VMIRocks.com T-Shirts. Be the first on your block to be seen wearing these coveted, sought after, highly collectible, limited edition shirts. Quality black tees with the VMIRocks logo glowing blue ...
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Paul Reed Smith Guitars

Here’s a couple of PRS guitars a really like. A 1999 CE24 maple top bolt-on and a 1997 Swamp Ash Special. The CE 24 does the PRS/Les Paul sound and splits coils too for a kinda Strat-like sound. Plays great. The Swamp Ash...
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RANDY RHOADS 1974 LES PAUL CUSTOM

Here is a 1974 Gibson Les Paul Custom. Same model and year as the one made famous by Randy Rhoads.With a legion of fans still worshiping his unparalleled shredding abilities 28 years after his blazing career was cut short, Rand...
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ROBERTS AUTO SALES/VMI FLOAT

The Roberts auto sales/my little balloon company/VMI rocks entry won best corporate float in the 141st Modesto Fourth of July parade! Thanks to Roberts auto sales, Denise and my little balloon company, Kelly Rogers, Victoria Bo...
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MARSHALL.. the legendary iconic amp!

From the 1960’s to today Marshall amps have been synonomous with Rock and Roll. When I was 16, I wanted a Marshall more than I wanted a car. Rest in Peace Jim Marshall, The Father of Loud, who died this year at 88. My Mar...
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Modstock T-shirts available now

T-shirts are available now 🙂 $15 for one $25 for two $30 for three. All money goes to scholarships for people who need help to do the band program.
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THE ROCKMOBILE

The Rockmobile is the preferred mode of transportation for current and former members of FOXRIOT, BLACK ICE, THE BLACK SKULLS, DONNIE AND THE WAYRADS, SLEIGHER, and TURNING POINT. This humstrosity has carried musicians and equi...
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The Beatles’ Amplifier: 1964 Fender Bassman

What a lot of people do not know is that the 1964 6G6-B Bassman with Utah Speakers was actually the most recorded amplifier used by The Beatles. The amp was first used by Paul McCartney as his main bass amp from 1965 to mid 196...
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