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.
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.
Boss has expanded their WL series of wireless systems with the WL-60, which they say makes it “easier than ever for musicians to go wireless.” It features a compact receiver that’s been tailored for pedalboards and has a large visual display.
PRS has announced a new line of affordable instrument, patch, and speaker cables with the PRS Guitars Classic Series Cable lineup. The new series, which is offered alongside their British-built Signature Cable line, features tuned capacitance designed for signal clarity.
Carvin Audio has announced the WG5 Wireless system for guitar and bass. Made for use with both active and passive instruments, the system has a range of up to 150 with a continuous run time of 4.5 hours.
Sidewinder Guitar Straps has launched their product line with an innovative new guitar strap that fights twisting. The Sidewinder strap features a swivel coupling that resists twisting.
On-Stage has introduced a new compact DI box called the DB200. The small design was created with pedalboards in mind, so On-Stage ships it with hook and loop tape.
TASCAM has announced a new set of monitoring headphones designed for enhanced bass response. The TH-06 Bass XL headphones are aimed at lovers of the low end.
TC Electronic’s PolyTune line of tuners has gotten a little bigger but in a new small package. The company has just announced the PolyTune 3 Mini & Noir. The pint-sized pedals offer polyphonic tuning for tuning all your strings at once.
J Rockett Audio Designs has introduced a new device called the Juice Joint Power Distributor. It’s used to power your effects pedals, but don’t call it a power supply. The company calls it a “power distributor that allows you to dump those awkward daisy chain cables...”