Musical must-haves from Mozart Chahine
June 28, 2016

Mozart Chahine has kept a steady rhythm of excellence, going strong since 1966 as the sole proprietor of big guns in the industry like Yamaha alongside a vast and diversified portfolio of other championing brands. 

Yamaha Reface


In being the most compact combo organ available in the market, the Yamaha Reface is made of portability but still boasts an air of distinction all its own. While its sonic abilities as comaspared to other models have been stripped down to accommodate for its size, its organ sound does not disappoint as commanded through a 37 key mini keyboard. Through its interface you are given access to 5 vintage organ waves, with other perks which include a hoard of onboard effects, an expression pedal input, Midi connectivity and built-in speakers. It also has an aux input available, and battery functionality so you can take it with you virtually anywhere you choose to perform or rehearse.  

$593 (special price, valid til July 10) 


Yamaha Revstar RS320


A resilient and robust as it is easy-to-play model is the electric, solid body Revstar while still holding its own as a comfortable instrument to get your fingers twiddling, with ergonomic qualities abound. The Revstar is very comfortable to play, making it a beginner musician’s best friend with beautiful curves that make it a pleasure to hold and a unique audio engineering dynamic which gives way for effortless access to the upper fret area. It incorporates 2 humbucking pickups with a ceramic magnet included in the mix and a brass baseplate, as well as a spate of custom-built hardware to the tune of pickup covers with a flair of their own with a raw copper scratchplate and a floating aluminum tailpiece. The fingerboard is made of rosewood and a 3 position lever pickup switch allows you to toggle its sound freely.  

$522 (special price, only valid til July 10) 


For more information, please call: Mozart Chahine, +961 04 416 813



by Ghassan Khayyat
Ghassan was tuned into the writing world on a transistor radio-wave of an unbeknownst frequency, once upon a daydream dreary. With a firm belief in Dr. Seussims and all things gadget and gizmo-tronic, he tinkers before he speaks, and chooses his words technologically. He is Editor for T3 Middle East’s Levant English publication and English website, and Associated Editor for the GCC English publication. Reach him at 
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