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Sitek Electronics Introduces Phasia Phase Shifter Pedal
Pedals & Effects

Sitek Electronics Introduces Phasia Phase Shifter Pedal

Sitek Electronics has unveiled the Phasia, a multi-stage phaser pedal that boasts tap tempo, selectable waveforms, and more. The circuit includes an all-analog moving filter section with a modern controllable LFO.

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Bass of the Week: Alpher Instruments Cobia Prime V2
Bass of the Week

Bass of the Week: Alpher Instruments Cobia Prime V2

This week we’re checking out an Alpher Instruments Cobia Prime V2 that features an amazing Candy Orange finish over its one-piece roasted sugar pine body. The five-string bass also has a quartersawn roasted maple neck and fingerboard.

Neunaber Announces the Illumine Reverb Pedal
Pedals & Effects

Neunaber Announces the Illumine Reverb Pedal

Neunaber has added to their pedal lineup with the Illumine Reverb. The highly flexible unit has 17 reverb effects with 50 factory presets and 50 user presets. They call the box a “low-power, pedalboard-friendly package with top jacks.”

Fender Mustang Micro Portable Amplifier Available Now
Amps

Fender Mustang Micro Portable Amplifier Available Now

Fender has unveiled the Mustang Micro, a super portable amplifier for guitar and bass. The tiny unit plugs into your instrument, then you plug in your headphones to start jamming.

Bass of the Week: John Sullivan 5-String Custom
Bass of the Week

Bass of the Week: John Sullivan 5-String Custom

We previously featured a bass by John Sullivan, who built his own bass to be a versatile workhorse. Now he’s shared a killer five-string.

Schecter Introduces Daniel Firth Hellraiser Extreme-5 Signature Bass
Basses

Schecter Introduces Daniel Firth Hellraiser Extreme-5 Signature Bass

Schecter has unveiled their latest artist model with the Daniel Firth Hellraiser Extreme-5 Signature Bass. The Cradle of Filth bassist’s new axe features a mahogany body with a quilted maple top in a Cthulhu Burst Satin finish.

Bass of the Week: Valenti Basses V24-P5 #302
Bass of the Week

Bass of the Week: Valenti Basses V24-P5 #302

Valenti Basses shared their latest V24-P5, which is a five-string p-style bass with a full 24 frets. This one, which is built with an alder body, has a rocking pink finish matched to a black pickguard.

Phil Jones Bass Unveils the BP-200 Bass Head
Amps

Phil Jones Bass Unveils the BP-200 Bass Head

Phil Jones Bass is rolling out a new product called the BP-200, which they bill as the “ultimate affordable bass head.” Rated at up to 200 watts, the compact head unit weighs just 2.5 pounds and can fit into a backpack.

McGregor Pedals Introduce the Cozmic Fuzzball Pedal
Pedals & Effects

McGregor Pedals Introduce the Cozmic Fuzzball Pedal

McGregor Pedals has unveiled the Cozmic Fuzzball, a fuzz/distortion pedal designed for both bass and guitar. Builder Garth Heslop created the circuit by stacking hard clipping with soft clipping and adding an overdriven transistor.

Bass of the Week: Prestige Guitars Custom Shop Phantom Bass
Bass of the Week

Bass of the Week: Prestige Guitars Custom Shop Phantom Bass

Prestige Guitars gave some extra mojo to this Custom Shop Phantom Bass. The model already takes its cues from a ’50s bass, but this particular bass’s seafoam green finish and awesome pickguard push things into the ’60s.

Bass Gear Roundup: The Top Gear Stories in July 2021
Gear Roundup

Bass Gear Roundup: The Top Gear Stories in July 2021

With Summer NAMM last month, bass gear news picked up. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorite bass gear stories for July 2021.

Ernie Ball Music Man Unveils the Tim Commerford Limited Edition StingRay Bass Collection
Basses

Ernie Ball Music Man Unveils the Tim Commerford Limited Edition StingRay Bass Collection

Ernie Ball Music Man has unveiled a new collection of instruments in their Artist Series in collaboration with Tim Commerford. He’s been a StingRay player for most of his career, and the line includes four variations of EBMM’s flagship bass.