Starr Labs

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Starr Labs
IndustryMusical instruments
FounderHarvey Starr
HeadquartersSan Diego, CA, USA
Area served
ProductsZtar, RockController

Starr Labs is a musical instrument manufacturer that was founded in 1986 in San Diego, California by musician and inventor Harvey Starr[1][2], former singer and guitarist with 1960s' band The Richard Kent Style of Manchester, England.

The company manufactures a diverse product line of MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) interactive guitars, keyboards, percussion and unique music devices for professional musicians, semi-pro musicians, and music students. Current products include: Ztars[3][4] keyboards[5] guitar electronics.[6]

Ztar Z6
Starr Labs Ztar Z6 in a home studio.

The company also offers custom versions of their products for professional musicians. The guitar products range from the simple RockController, a six-string, full-fretted neck controller for music-based video games to their high-end Z6S.[7]


  1. ^ "Official website of Starr Labs".
  2. ^ "Review of Starr Labs instruments in Electronic Musician Magazine and Website".
  3. ^ "Ztar Product Line".
  4. ^ "Review of Starr Labs product line in Pro Music News".
  5. ^ "Keyboard Product Line".
  6. ^ "Guitar Electronics Product Line".
  7. ^ "Review of Starr Labs Z7S in Electronic Musician Magazine and Website".

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