Miloco Gear roundup

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It’s been a big year for Miloco Gear. In February we launched our new website, which showcases the new products we’re now able to supply alongside our now revered used list. Simultaneously, we launched a new financing service and revamped our brokerage service.

The secondhand sales aspect of Miloco Gear has grown an enormous amount over the course of the year. We’ve sourced and sold everything from vintage Neumann U67s to an API console once used by Bob Dylan. We even got our hands on an original EMI Zener Limiter, one of only two known to still be in use in the world. Over summer we were given a brief from one of our clients to get hold of as many Studer A820 tape machines as possible. Rising to the challenge, we sourced machines from California, Canada, and – slightly less glamorously – Parsons Green in London, with the fifth and sixth machines being delivered this very week.

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It’s been a great year for new gear sales too. Thanks to new relationships with distributors and manufacturers, we’ve been able to supply a vast array of new equipment to various engineers, producers, and studios across the world. We helped fill up the racks at The Church Studio 2, for example, with a Bricasti M7, Neve 33609, and plenty more. Also, we filled the live room with Fender guitars; a Martin acoustic; an Ampeg B-15 bass amp; and microphones from Coles, DPA, and Josephson. We’ve also been championing emerging brands such as PSI Audio, whilst offering deals throughout the year on more established brands such as Universal Audio and KRK.

The future is looking bright for Miloco Gear. We’re currently lining up purchases of some extraordinary vintage gear, due to land with us in January. We’re also looking forward to turning the website completely e-commerce in the coming months. We’ll also be developing more new relationships with manufacturers and distributors whilst expanding our incredible used list almost on a daily basis. 2014 was a big year for Miloco Gear, but that’s nothing compared to what 2015 will be!