U.S. Music Corporation

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U.S. Music Corporation
Type Private
Industry Musical Instrument Manufacturing
Founded 1975
Headquarters Buffalo Grove, Illinois, USA
Parent Jam Industries
Subsidiaries Marshall Amplifiers
Washburn Guitars
Parker Guitars
Randall Amplifiers
Oscar Schmidt Inc.
Jay Turser Guitars
Eden Electronics
Natal Drums
Hagstrom
Warwick
Framus
DigiTech
Quik Lok
Onari Straps
Profile Musical Accessories
Website US Music Corporation website

U.S. Music Corporation is an American international musical instrument company based in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago,[1] that manufactures and distributes products worldwide.

Companies[edit]

Manufactured lines include Washburn Guitars, Parker Guitars, Randall Amplifiers, Oscar Schmidt Inc., and Jay Turser Guitars.

Distributed lines include Marshall Amplifiers, Eden Electronics, Natal Drums, Hagstrom Guitars, Warwick Basses, Framus Guitars, DigiTech Effects, Quik Lok, Onari Straps and Profile Musical Accessories. U.S. Music is a subsidiary of Jam Industries, Ltd.[2]


References[edit]

  1. ^ ROSZOWSKI, JOHN (February 28, 2012). "Guitar maker leaves Mundelein". Lake County News-Sun. Retrieved 7 March 2012. 
  2. ^ "IT'S ALL NEW AT U.S. MUSIC". Music Trades 158 (6): 102. July 2010. 

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