Orange Amplification has announced a new device called the Bass Butler, which they call an entire bi-amp bass rig in a pedal.
YouTube and other online video sources have become a major source of information for musicians. Utility Design has announced a new piece of equipment to make utilizing online videos more streamlined.
Ananashead Effects has announced the Main Fuzz, a pedal based on the vintage Fuzz Face circuit. It’s available in three versions: silicon, germanium, or a hybrid of the two.
TC Electronic has added two new versions of their time-based effects. The Flashback 2 Mini Delay and Hall of Fame 2 Mini Reverb each feature their TonePrint technology that allows for beaming in different tone types from your smartphone.
Electro-Harmonix has announced a new pedal to their lineup with the EHX-2020, a compact tuner designed to save space on your pedalboard.
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Boss has expanded its synth pedal lineup with the SY-1000, which they call an “advanced synthesizer and modeling processor for guitar and bass.” The new unit incorporates a newly developed Dynamic Synth and more.
Free The Tone has announced the Direct Volume DVL-1H. The volume pedal features a unique full-rotation belt-drive system for a smooth feel.
Origin Effects have unveiled a special limited-edition reissue of their original Cali76 compressor pedal with the Cali76-TX.
EBS recently unveiled the “Blue Label” pedal series that updates their flagship models with new features. They have now announced the third unit in the lineup with the Multicomp Blue Label.
After two years of development, Keeley Electronics has set a release date for its Eccos Delay/Looper pedal. Originally announced at the 2018 NAMM Show, the new pedal will launch on the first day of the upcoming NAMM Show on January 16, 2020.
Way Huge Electronics is now offering the Pork & Pickle, a pedal that combines their Pork Loin overdrive and Russian-Pickle fuzz, in one of their “Smalls” housings.