Eye’s Bass Guitars is a company run by builder Marc Locher, who creates distinctive instruments. Each one is a unique piece that features an equally unique concept. This week we’re checking out the EBG-3 “Jackson.”
D&A Guitar Gear has expanded their line of music stands with the Hammerhead + Folding Music Stand, which will debut at the Summer NAMM Show in Nashville. The stand has several built-in features for today’s gigging situations.
Martin Guitars has revamped their lineup of strings with the Authentic Acoustic SP Bass set for acoustic bass guitars. The strings have been adjusted for 2019.
Boss has announced the SY-1, a synthesizer pedal that brings their latest technology to a compact format. The unit has 121 synth sounds they say “makes it simple for any guitarist or bassist to incorporate an authentic Boss synth into their music.”
Aguilar Amplification has added a new model to their Super Light Bass Cabinet series with the SL 210. The lightweight cab is fitted with a pair of custom-voiced 10-inch neodymium speakers as well as a phenolic tweeter with variable level control.
Asterope has announced a new line of cables created for bass players called the Pro Bass Series. The company says they utilize decades of R&D to deliver fuller, rounder and richer tones while preserving warm mids and clean highs.
Slovakia’s Sivcak Guitars has three lines of bass guitars, but the NDHS was their first model. Each bass is handmade in their workshop and as such have continually improved over the years.
Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus has launched a shop on Reverb to auction off nearly 80 pieces of his music gear. Ranging from basses to amps to microphones, the auction benefits the Trevor Project which provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention to LGBTQ youth.
Electro-Harmonix has introduced the Tri Parallel Mixer, which they call a “powerful effects creation and mixing hub.” The unit has three separate effects loops with controls that allow for multiple configurations.
On-Stage has released a new pedal power supply bank called the PS901 that’s designed to drive an array of effects. The unit, which will debut at Summer NAMM this year, has nine fully isolated outputs with individual LEDs.