Bass Gear: The Latest Basses, Amps, Effects & More
Ibanez’s Bass Workshop series is an avenue for the company to try out different design aspects. This year they’re adding to the lineup with the SRC6MS Multi-Scale Crossover Bass.
Rockboard by Warwick has introduced a new power supply called the ISO Power Block V10. The unit features eight 9-volt outputs with two 18-volt outputs for a total of 10 isolated transformers.
Ibanez got into the electric upright bass game in 2018 with the Upswing. Now they’ve added to the series with a five-string model called the UB805.
N-Audio has expanded its lineup of switching devices with two new models: the 8×7 Amp Cabinet Switcher and the 4×4 Amp Cabinet Switcher. Each of the rack-mountable units allows you to switch between amplifiers and cabinets quickly.
Max Coronado of Adal Guitars sent us some photos of his new Lobella Series five-string bass, and we immediately wanted more.
Over the course of 2022, we covered a lot of new bass models. Here are the top 10 reader favorites, based on article views.
Over the course of 2022, we covered nearly 50 new pedals and effects. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorites for the year.
For over ten years, Kevin Johnson has been publishing his Bass of the Week series. His goal since the beginning was to feature “low-end instruments ranging from beautiful to bizarre.” Here are the top 10 reader-favorites for 2022.
Fender Japan has unveiled the Elemental Series, calling it a line that considers the demands of modern players to balance specs and pricing. It includes one bass, the Elemental Jazz Bass.
We share the stories of all the new bass gear throughout the year, including the many new amps hitting the market. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorite bass amp stories for 2022.
This week we’re checking out a six-string Sniper Deluxe by Italy’s Capurso Guitars. The bass has a beautiful poplar burl top in a purpleburst finish that looks like a photo of a galaxy.
Glockenklang has revealed the next in their lineup of bass heads with the Blue Bird. Made in Germany, the amp can dish out up to 900 watts at four ohms and features a Class A input stage.