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  • Pigtronix Announces the Ringmaster Ring Modulator Synth Pedal

    Pigtronix Announces the Ringmaster Ring Modulator Synth Pedal

    During the Winter NAMM Show, Pigtronix introduced the Ringmaster, an analog ring modulator synth pedal that they designed to create analog harmonizer and tremolo effects to follow the notes you play. “Expanding on the “Intelligent Ring Mod” found in the original Mothership pedal, Ringmaster adds LFO and Sample + Hold modulation sources, pitch following tremolo... »

  • Aguilar Amplification Unveils Grape Phaser Bass Pedal

    Aguilar Amplification Unveils Grape Phaser Bass Pedal

    Aguilar Amplification has expanded their line of effects at the Winter NAMM Show this year with the Grape Phaser bass pedal. The all-analog pedal is designed for tone and simplicity. “The Grape Phaser provides lush, analog phase shifting courtesy of a simple, two-knob layout,” Aguilar writes. “RATE controls the speed of the modulation while COLOR... »

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  • Way Huge Electronics Unveils The Pork & Pickle Bass Overdrive And Fuzz Pedal

    Way Huge Electronics Unveils The Pork & Pickle Bass Overdrive And Fuzz Pedal

    Way Huge Electronics has announced their first bass-specific pedal with the Pork & Pickle Bass Overdrive and Fuzz. Tuned for bass frequencies, the pedal combines their Pork Loin overdrive and Russian-Pickle Fuzz into one box. Players can toggle between the two effects with an OD/Fuzz switch. The pedal has three main controls – Volume, Tone,... »

  • Massive Unity Announces the 1964 Preamplifier

    Massive Unity Announces the 1964 Preamplifier

    Massive Unity debuted the 1964 at the Winter NAMM Show, a preamp powered by T.A.E. technology. Made for both bass and guitar, the unit was designed as a professional alternative to amplifiers as well as a responsive backup to your regular rig. “1964 is a full analog amplifier simulator for line connection that you can... »

  • Shin-ei Announces the B1G 1 Gain Booster Pedal

    Shin-ei Announces the B1G 1 Gain Booster Pedal

    Shin-ei has announced the B1G 1, a gain booster pedal that offers up to 30dB of boost. Useful for bass, guitar, and even vocals, the pedal is described as “totally transparent, non tone-coloring, and non tone-sucking.” “Featuring 100% pure, high fidelity, studio-quality boost, the B1G 1 explodes with power, fattens your tone, and sacrifices nothing... »

  • Tech 21 and dUg Pinnick Team Up For DP-3X Signature Pedal

    Tech 21 and dUg Pinnick Team Up For DP-3X Signature Pedal

    dUg Pinnick has a new signature pedal from Tech 21 called the DP-3X that will be debuted at the Winter NAMM Show. The unit is a compact adaptation of his Ultra Bass 1000 head from the company, who says that both pieces of gear recreate the sound Pinnick developed in the ’80s that merges high-end... »

  • Crazy Tube Circuits Unveils the Locomotive Tube Bass Overdrive Pedal

    Crazy Tube Circuits Unveils the Locomotive Tube Bass Overdrive Pedal

    Crazy Tube Circuits is expanding their bass effects line with the Locomotive. Debuting at the Winter NAMM Show, the pedal will offer real tube overdrive to players. “[The Locomotive features] a 12AY7 tube for warm organic tube grind with excellent touch sensitivity and dynamic response,” Crazy Tube writes. “We provided a wide range of gain... »

  • Electro-Harmonix Releases Their Most Powerful Loop Station with the 95000

    Electro-Harmonix Releases Their Most Powerful Loop Station with the 95000

    Electro-Harmonix has pushed their looping pedals to the max with the new 95000 Performance Loop Laboratory. Featuring six mono tracks with one stereo mixdown track per loop, the unit can record up to 375 minutes and 100 loops with a 16GB Micro SD card. The 95000 has MIDI capabilities, and the company says nearly every... »

  • EvenMidi Updates H9 MIDI Controller

    EvenMidi Updates H9 MIDI Controller

    EvenMidi has updated their H9 MIDI controller with a host of new features. Designed for the Eventide H9 as well as other devices, the unit offers control of up to four devices simultaneously or switching from one to the other. It has nine banks of three presets for a total of 27 presets that can... »

  • Mattoverse Electronics Announces The TetraStep MkII

    Mattoverse Electronics Announces The TetraStep MkII

    Mattoverse Electronics has released the TetraStep MkII, an updated version of their four-step square wave sequencer. It has four pitch controllable steps with on/off buttons for each step. Users can adjust the rate, tone, pitch, and volume of each step. The MkII version adds a slew of new features including a Tap Temp footswitch, Sync... »