Summer NAMM 2021: Bass Gear Roundup
As the dust settles from the 2021 Summer NAMM Show, we’re rounding up the latest bass gear that debuted. Get a load of the latest from the low end!
Be sure to check back in as our list is updated.
Rudy Sarzo’s signature Spector bass has been updated for 2021, the company has announced. The iconic rock bassist worked with Spector to spec out his Euro4 LT to be lighter and more comfortable.
Laney Amplification has unveiled a new line of bass amps and cabinets. The Digbeth series includes the DB-PRE bass preamplifier pedal, two amp heads, four cabs, and one combo.
Celestion has announced a collaboration with Bergantino Audio Systems to release a line of Impulse Responses based on the company’s NXT and NXV series bass cabinets.
Purple is the new Orange, or should we say the new Orange is Purple. The British amp giant has unveiled a new signature combo amp for Dead Daisies member and former Deep Purple bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes.
TWA has updated the Triskelion Harmonic Energizer pedal for 2021 to include a slimmed down profile and more versatility. The unit, which is a recreation of the 70s-era Systech Harmonic Energizer, marks the third iteration of the pedal.
Squier’s Paranormal Series is back for 2021 and they’ve retained one bass in the lineup. The Squier Paranormal Jazz Bass ’54 blends the company’s two flagship bass models into one.
Red Panda has unveiled the Raster 2, a digital delay offering 1600 ms of delay as well as a pitch and frequency shift built into the feedback path. The pedal, originally released in 2015, has been updated.
Gibson unveiled a plethora of new gear at Summer NAMM this year including a new addition to their Original Collection: the new non-reversed Thunderbird bass.
Aluminati Guitar Co. has previously focused on building bass necks out of aluminum, but now they’ve announced their first complete bass.