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Vox Introduces the Mini Superbeetle Bass

Vox Introduces the Mini Superbeetle Bass

Melville, NY (July 17, 2019) — Inspired by the legendary rig used during the British Invasion, VOX Amplification has announced the Mini SUPERBEETLE Bass; a tribute to VOX’s iconic 1960’s sound. With Nutube-equipped analog preamp circuit and on-board compressor and fuzz, this remarkable amp delivers powerful bass tones that have to be heard to be…

Line 6 Unveils the Spider V 120 MkII

Line 6 Unveils the Spider V 120 MkII

Calabasas, CA (July 18, 2019) — Step onstage or in the studio with an amp that can deliver almost any tone your music demands. Whether you like to plug in and rock a traditional amp tone, or enjoy tweaking parameters until you’ve devised an absolutely unique and awe-inspiring sound, the Spider V 120 MkII amp…

Summer NAMM 2019 Coverage!

Summer NAMM 2019 Coverage!

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Source Audio Unveils the C4 Synth Pedal

Source Audio Unveils the C4 Synth Pedal

Boston, MA (July 17, 2019) — Source Audio, creators of the extremely popular Nemesis Delay and Ventris Dual Reverb, are releasing the C4 Synth, a four-voiced synthesizer pedal for guitar and bass. The C4 Synth unites all the sound creation tools of a classic Eurorack modular synthesizer and packages them in a compact and easy-to-use…

Gretsch Announces the Steve Warnier Signature Nashville Gentleman

Gretsch Announces the Steve Warnier Signature Nashville Gentleman

Scottsdale, AZ (July 17, 2019) — Gretsch is excited to celebrate the incredible talents of revered country musician Steve Wariner with the G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville Gentleman with Bigsby model. “I have wonderful memories of standing, drooling over the row of beautiful Gretsch guitars at Vic Zinn music store as a kid,” said Wariner.…

D’Addario Launches XT Line of Strings

D’Addario Launches XT Line of Strings

Farmingdale, NY (July 17, 2019) — First there was XL, then EXP, then NYXL. And now, launching this September is D’Addario X: our most technologically advanced series of strings created for electric, acoustic, classical, bass, and folk instruments. Our Research & Development team has been working to combine all of D’Addario’s uncompromising innovations like extended…

Rig Rundown: Cherry Glazerr

Rig Rundown: Cherry Glazerr

At just 22, Clementine Creevy has been releasing albums for seven years and fronting Cherry Glazerr since 2013. Along the way, she’s created a distinctive band sound and a guitar approach that relies on spare phrasing, backbone riffs, dynamic shifts, and sonic contrast. Before Cherry Glazerr’s June 11 show at Nashville’s Exit/In, the guitarist took…

Balthazar Audio Unveils the Film Noir 18

Balthazar Audio Unveils the Film Noir 18

Chicago, IL (July 17, 2019) — Branching out from its flagship Film Noir 50 head and cabinet, Balthazar Audio Systems will be launching its first combo amplifier at this year’s Summer NAMM show, the Film Noir 18. Sporting the signature Balthazar alligator vinyl and tasteful vintage appointments, the Film Noir 18 embodies the great British…

Dwarfcraft Devices Reissues the SheFuzz

Dwarfcraft Devices Reissues the SheFuzz

Eau Claire, WI (July 17, 2019) — Dwarfcraft is bringing back another old friend. The SheFuzz is a wild fuzz, much loved by guitarists like Wata from Boris. SheFuzz is ready to work for anyone looking for a rough and tumble new sound or some intense, noisy exploration. SheFuzz (the pedal) will be followed closely…

Slide Masters: 6 Guitarists Who Play Bottleneck Style in Fresh and Unexpected Ways

Slide Masters: 6 Guitarists Who Play Bottleneck Style in Fresh and Unexpected Ways

From the July/August 2019 issue of Acoustic Guitar | BY ADAM PERLMUTTER It’s not possible to know the exact specifics, but at some point near the beginning of the 20th century, a random musician in the Mississippi Delta must have rubbed a guitar’s strings with a knife, glass bottle, or other hard object, and in doing so discovered that the…

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