About Sam Ash
With a song in one’s heart and one or two Sam Ash coupons in one’s hand, there’s no limit to what’s possible for a musician. New tunes, new hobbies, new passions, and even new careers are born at Sam Ash, where knowledgeable associates help prospective players wade through a shimmering landscape of instruments and sound equipment. Guitars, keyboards, and drum sets. Brass and woodwind. Microphones, amps, and instructional DVDs that teach you which end of the violin to blow into. Things that record and things that convert file formats. No matter what instrument or genre of music a person aspires to play or produce, and no matter her or his skill level, the music gurus of Sam Ash can keep the home studio stocked.
Samuel Ashkynase was 10 years old when he immigrated to Brooklyn from Austria-Hungary in 1907. It wasn’t long before he discovered he loved to play violin, and as he grew older he taught music, played gigs, and founded the locally successful Sam Ash Orchestra. This all happened before he even hit 30, and it all culminated in Sam’s most famous venture: the store. Today, an online Sam Ash coupon for 1 of its 45 locations can connect musicians with instruments, sheet music, sound equipment, as well as DJ and lighting gear.
When the first Sam Ash opened in 1924, it mostly stocked phonographs, along with banjos and mandolins, which were the two most popular instruments of the day. Keeping up with the times is still the store's modus operandi—today, its aural gear ranges from DJ equipment and drum sets to guitars by top brands like Fender and Gibson. Sam Ash even carries instruments from its very own brands, such as Groove Percussion, Brownsville NY, Carlo Robelli, and Jean Baptiste. Some proprietary items, like the Sam Ash Fuzz Boxxx pedal and many Sam Ash guitar amps, have earned their own followers over the years.
Feeling inspired? Planning to gently wake your spouse next Valentine’s Day with a seductive tuba melody? A Sam Ash promo code can give you all you need when it’s time to pick up a new endeavor or brush up on old skills.