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  • Elrick Bass Guitars Unveils Steve Lawson Custom Fretless Bass

    Elrick Bass Guitars Unveils Steve Lawson Custom Fretless Bass

    Steve Lawson and Elrick Bass Guitars have teamed up again to introduce the Gold Standard Steve Lawson Custom Fretless, Bolt-on neck bass guitar. Featuring a 33-inch scale, the bass has a semi-hollow body with a “heel-less” design. A thru-body string option allows for using standard scale strings. “A Macassar ebony fretless fingerboard and custom Aero... »

  • Dean Markley Renews SR2000 Bass Strings

    Dean Markley Renews SR2000 Bass Strings

    Dean Markley has unveiled a renewed design of their SR2000 bass strings. The set is described as providing a “big, meaty bass tone” thanks to their construction. “The first thing that sets a Dean Markley string apart from any other manufacturer is the tension in which that core wire is held during the winding process.... »

  • Darkglass Electronics Unveils New Amp, Bass Cabinets

    Darkglass Electronics Unveils New Amp, Bass Cabinets

    Darkglass Electronics has a new rig to offer after announcing the Microtubes 500 bass head and expanding into the realm of cabinets with the DG210C and DG410C. The new head unit is the smaller brother of the Microtubes 900 and carries many of the same features at 500 watts and a lower price point. The... »

  • Suhr Introduces the Alexa Chorus/Vibrato Pedal

    Suhr Introduces the Alexa Chorus/Vibrato Pedal

    Suhr has announced the Alexa, a multi-wave dual channel analog chorus and vibrato pedal. The flexible unit can be used with bass, guitar, or keyboard. Featuring an all-analog signal path, the Alexa offers six selectable waveforms with independent Speed, Depth & Delay controls for each channel. It also has an assignable chorus/vibrato switch for Channel... »

  • Dwarfcraft Devices Unveils The Grazer Pedal

    Dwarfcraft Devices Unveils The Grazer Pedal

    Dwarfcraft Devices has expanded their effect lineup with the Grazer, which they describe as a granular repeater and glitch machine. “[It] builds sounds by continuously taking tiny samples from the input audio,” they explain. “The sounds range from off-kilter echoes to curious “buffer overload” skips, all the way up to harsh machine glitches.” The Grazer... »