Sadowsky and Warwick have announced the availability of two onboard components: the Sadowsky Vintage Tone Control (VTC) Retrofit Kit and the Onboard Bass Preamp (4-Knob System).
KHE Audio has introduced the ACS Series, which is a line of amplifier and cabinet selectors. Consisting of seven models, the ACS series lets you switch between your amps, cabinets, and load boxes with the push of a button.
Fender introduced the vintage-styled Vintera series last year to pay homage to the instruments from their first three decades as a company. Now they’re offering roasted necks from the series as a separate component.
Pick players have a new option in the realm of plectrums with the Acoustik Attak picks. Designed by Mark Labbe and Michael DePietro, the picks get away from traditional flat designs.
Tree Picks has announced a new pick made for bassists. The new Tree Picks Bass Guitar Pick is made from ebony wood and measures 1.9mm.
Gruv Gear has added to their Kapsule line of travel cases with the Kapsule Duo. The design, which fuses aspects of hard and soft cases, can carry two basses in a humidity-controlled case.
Rare Earth Music has expanded their line of pedalboard systems with the EBII, which continues the series with a patented magnetic rail system into the board and an integrated power supply.
Gruv Gear has been in business for ten years, and they’re celebrating with the Dekade Edition of several of their products. The limited-run designs will feature a matte bronze and black color scheme.
Nordstrand Audio has added a new product to its string dampening line with the NinoMute. The device was developed by bassist Nino Ocampo for the double bass to help accentuate its acoustic nature.
Sinasoid Cables has introduced a new product to its lineup with the Sable series. Named after its sleek black appearance and matte finish, the cable has a subtle grip to its wrap that eliminates the need to constantly move it.
Warwick’s Rockboard has expanded its lineup with the MOD 4, an all-in-one wireless system receiver and patchbay for pedalboards. Its wireless portion works in the 2.4 GHz ISM band and has a 20Hz to 20kHz frequency range at just 5 ms of latency.
Warwick’s RockStand has announced a new line of modular multiple RockStands. First displayed at the 2020 Winter NAMM Show, the units allow for holding 3, 6, or 9 basses or guitars.