Gruv Gear has unveiled the next product in its line of gig bags and cases. The Kapsule will come in single and double case options that will fit most basses and guitars.
Warwick’s Rockboard has expanded their product line with the Mod 5 Module. The unit, which fits on all Rockboards except the DUO and DUO 2.1, offers six selectable IR-based mono/stereo speaker simulations with support for user IR - and more.
Pedalsnake has unveiled its own line of pedal-to-pedal interconnect cables. The series includes cables in the four lengths – 6”, 12”, 18”, and 24” – that carry the same features.
Songbird FX has released a new product called the Birdcord Voltage Converter, which allows you to plug them into a USB port to generate an output voltage of either 6, 9, 12, or 18 volts.
Band Industries has unveiled the Roadie Bass Tuner, which is an automatic tuner designed specifically for the bass. The company says the device has “enough torque to crank the biggest pegs in the business but is as precise as a watchmaker’s fingers.”
The Ray Ross Bass Bridge is now available via AP International. Created by Aaron Ross and originally shown on his Bass No. 27, the bridge uses saddle-less design to streamline the string’s path.
NEXI Industries has announced the NEXI Bass Pedalboard, a powered pedalboard that has four slots for their effects. Similar to their Solution pedalboard for guitar, the NEXI Bass board offers plug and play convenience.
Carvin Amps and Audio has expanded their resurrected range of products with the UX1200BGT Wireless System. The system is designed for both guitar and bass, as the company points out its wide frequency response range allows for low notes to “come through with defined nuances.”
S.I.T. Strings has expanded their Foundations line of bass strings with several new 6-string sets. Manufactured in Ohio, the strings are built with a core material they say makes them flexible and bright.
RHC has launched two new specialty cables through its brands RAT FX and RapcoHorizon. The RAT FX RAT Tail distortion cable offers distortion built into the cable itself while the RapcoHorizon V-Cable gives you volume control.