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Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S2 Mk3

Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S2 Mk3

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£249.00
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Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S3

Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S3

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£419.00 £499.00
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Roland DJ-808 DJ Controller

Roland DJ-808 DJ Controller

£999.00 £1,099.00
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Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S4 Mk3

Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S4 Mk3

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Roland DJ-202 DJ Controller

Roland DJ-202 DJ Controller

£269.00 £299.00
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Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S4 Mk3 Flightcase

Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S4 Mk3 Flightcase

£159.00 £169.00
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Roland DJ-202 Bag

Roland DJ-202 Bag

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Roland CB-BDJ505 DJ-505 Bag

Roland CB-BDJ505 DJ-505 Bag

£85.00 £93.00
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Mono Flyby DJ Bag Black

Mono Flyby DJ Bag Black

£189.00
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Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller

Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller

£549.00 £604.00
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Roland CB-GDJ808 Gold Series Bag For DJ-808

Roland CB-GDJ808 Gold Series Bag For DJ-808

£79.00 £105.00
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Mono Kontroller DJ Bag Black

Mono Kontroller DJ Bag Black

£159.00 £194.65
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Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z7L7768

Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z7L7768

£419.00 £569.00
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Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z0M8554

Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z0M8554

£419.00 £569.00
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Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z1I0083

Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z1I0083

£419.00 £569.00
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Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z4I32000

Roland DJ-505 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z4I32000

£435.00 £569.00
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Roland DJ-202 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #A5K77799

Roland DJ-202 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #A5K77799

£219.00 £307.00
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Roland DJ-808 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z9G2267

Roland DJ-808 DJ Controller (Ex-Demo) #Z9G2267

£819.00 £1,129.00
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Numark DJ2GO2 Touch

Numark DJ2GO2 Touch

£62.00
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About DJ Equipment

guitarguitar is your one stop shop for everything you need for your Pro DJ setup, including DJ Mixers, DJ Controllers with pro software, CDJs, DJ Headphones and even full PA Systems.

Frequently Asked Questions about DJ Equipment

Question: What does DJ stand for?
DJ is an abbreviation of 'Disc Jockey' and can refer to anyone mixing music as a performance to an audience. This could be for TV or Radio, but the most common use of the term 'DJ' is in reference to someone performing to an audience in a nightclub.
Question: I've seen some DJ's use more than just turntables/controllers and a mixer, what's that about?
Some DJ's like to accent the recorded music they're playing with effects, drum machines and synthesizers. There are 2 key ways of integrating these parts into a DJ setup: software & hardware. Ableton Live is a music recording software package. It is very popular with DJs as it will instantly analyse any imported music and match the tempo of the audio to the specified tempo of the session. This makes it very easy to layer sections of audio or sequence beats and synthesizer parts and have them be in sync with the music. The second option is to use a mixer like the Roland MX-1. This mixer will allow you to connect different pieces of hardware to your DJ setup. You may wish to add a drum machine such as the Roland TR-08 or TR-09, both of which are based on iconic drum machines that feature heavily in electro, techno and hip-hop music; or you could even add a synthesizer for additional synth lines, using drone sounds or creating tension by adding some filtered white noise swoops. The Roland MX-1 also has an FX section which is unique to this mixer: effects can be sequenced to each step of a pattern/loop, so that once you have your tempo matched, the FX will not only be in sync with your audio, you can also specify which beats in the music will have an effect present, allowing you to be very creative with your mixes.
Question: If i'm going to be a Pro DJ, surely vinyl is better than software?
Whilst vinyl is where it all began for DJs, the majority of Pro DJ's now use computer based set ups purely out of ease. Most people these days buy their music in a digital format: software offers more functionality and DJ effects, whereas vinyl can be quite fragile and heavy to transport. You also can't check your Facebook messages on a turntable!