Third Man Records has already announced big plans for Record Store Day 2015, but they again took to their website to unveil new merchandise exclusive to the vinyl holiday, including limited edition instruments and other goodies.

Critter & Guitari's Third Man Edition SEPTAVOX Keyboard and TERZ amplifier, a video of which can be seen below, is "an instrument and amplifier designed specifically for Third Man Records — a 3-octave keyboard synthesizer 'Septavox' and a 3-knobbed 'Terz' Amplifier, both made in the U.S.A." The keyboard and amplifier come in black and yellow, and will be available for demonstration on RSD.

Their other instrumental offering is the Third Man Little Loog Electric 3-Stringed Guitar, a simplified, kid-sized guitar. "It’s made of real wood, gets a big, black and yellow stamp of approval from your kids’ favorite record label (that's us, right?), and is a serious instrument with a screaming pickup that sounds amazing regardless of what style your little picker is into," Third Man Records explains about the axe. The bundle also comes with a backpack, guitar strap, guitar stand and sheet music for White Stripes songs "We're Going to Be Friends" and "Black Math," and Jack White's "Hip (Eponymous) Poor Boy."

The two instruments will also be available to order online begining on Record Store Day, April 18. Check out the rest of the announced merch at Third Man Records' website. A few days ago, the label unveiled Third Man Recording Service and a vinyl re-issue of Elvis Presley's first recordings. Yup, Record Store Day 2015 is going to be a big deal.

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