Bass Gear Roundup: The Top Gear Stories in September 2021
Time is flying by, and with the start of a new month, we look back.
Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorite bass gear stories for the month of September 2021.
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Boss has introduced a new bass-specific product called the Waza-Air Bass Wireless Personal Amplification System. The setup includes a set of headphones, a transmitter, and an app that’s loaded with amps, effects, and onboard rhythms.
Fender has just announced an update to their Player Series. The “Player Plus” line includes three basses, offers upgraded playability and electronics.
Spector has unveiled a new line of basses with the Euro RST series. The 4- and 5-string basses feature the company’s classic design with updated tonewoods, enhanced electronics, and exclusive stain options.
G&L has unveiled the L-2500 Series 750 bass, which marks their first five-string model to have a 19mm string spacing at the bridge.
Fractal Audio has unveiled the FM9, the latest in their modeling products. It features four DSP cores, making it the most powerful of their floor units.
Warwick’s compact Gnome bass amplifier now has a matching set of cabinets. The new Gnome Cabinet series includes five models that are ultra-portable and can be used with the Gnome or any other manufacturer’s amp.
Cort has revamped their Artisan B4 and B5 Element basses with new features for 2021. The instruments, which are four- and five-string models, have been upgraded with high-mass MetalCraft bridges with a dual-string loading system, and more.
Basiner has announced the Acme Strap, a guitar and bass strap designed for comfort and security. The new offering features VITALGRIP, which is a built-in locking mechanism to grip your bass’s strap buttons without alteration or extra hardware.
RightOn! Straps have introduced their first signature strap with the Paul Turner model. The Jamiroquai bassist’s new strap comes in black with white contrast details or white with black details.
Carl Martin has announced a new optical envelope filter called the Ottawa, which they say mimics the sound of a wah pedal without needing to actually step on a wah.