About Hi-Desert Sound

Born in the hi desert of Joshua Tree, California, Hi-Desert Sound started as a concept inspired by the love of the desert and desert culture. HDS soon evolved into an online store yet it is more than a mere company. Hi-Desert Sound is a philosophy.

Desert life is unique. The space, the sunsets, the community is unlike any other area of the country. The noise of everyday life dissipates and the mind can rest, filtering out the nonsense and clutter. That simplicity, authenticity and appreciation of what’s “real” is the philosophy behind Hi-Desert Sound.

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What Shipping Methods Are Available?

Hi Desert Sound uses USPS First Class and Priority Mail for our shipping needs. Sound expensive? Don’t worry! Shipping is FREE for all domestic orders. 


Do You Ship Internationally?

Yes! We offer international shipping. You'll various options to choose from available at checkout.


How Long Will It Take To Get My Package?

Shipping time varies depending on destination. Within the continental U.S you can expect 3-5 days transit time through USPS Priority Mail. Merchandise is shipped from California. Orders are usually processed within 3 business days of ordering. 


What Payment Methods Are Accepted?

We accept payment via all major credit cards and Paypal. You'll see the options at checkout.


About Johsua Tree, California

Two distinct desert ecosystems, the Mojave and the Colorado, come together in Joshua Tree National Park. A fascinating variety of plants and animals make their homes in a land sculpted by strong winds and occasional torrents of rain. Dark night skies, a rich cultural history, and surreal geologic features add to the wonder of this vast wilderness in southern California. Come explore for yourself.

Read more about the Joshua Tree National Park at their website http://www.nps.gov/jotr/index.htm


About Gram Parsons

To place Gram Parsons properly in the pantheon of musical pioneers would be an impossible task. This willowy, dreamy country boy is right up there with Elvis, The Beatles and Bob Dylan when it comes to his influence on the state of popular music. From the time he left behind his troubled, complicated, southern gothic family life in Waycross, Georgia, Gram was on a mission–still undefined, but forming quickly. He was nineteen years old. Even though he had already recorded his seminal first album in New York City, the International Submarine Band’s, “Safe at Home,” it hadn’t created a ripple. Undeterred, Gram headed west.

Read more about Gram Parsons, his music, his story and his connection to Joshua Tree at Gram Parsons’ Official Website