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FabFilter Timeless 2 delay [Review]

The FabFilter Timeless 2 delay was originally released in 2009, and has gotten rave reviews ever since. I thought it only fitting to review it now because of their 10 day celebration sale (April 14-24, 2014) in honor of their 10th anniversary. The sale covers all their plugins and starts at 40% off, so you definitely won’t want to miss this one. We will also be reviewing their Pro-MB multiba...[Read More]

Universal Audio and Chandler Limited introduce GAV19T amp modeler plug-in

Chandler Limited has teamed up with Universal Audio to introduce the GAV19T plugin that is faithful to the physical version, and adds extra tools for any guitarist or engineer looking for a variety of tones within one intuitive plug-in. The Chandler GAV19T is a retro-inspired tube amplifier built out of tones from classic Marshall, Vox, and other English manufacturers. This amp features a unique &...[Read More]

FabFilter celebrates 10th anniversary with 10 day discount sale

Today FabFilter announced a sale to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their first plugin, the FabFilter One. The sale will last until April 24, and all plugins will be sold with a 40% or more discount! Not only is it a great sale, but FabFilter is also donating money from the sale to Stichting MEMO, an organization that brings children in contact with professional musicians. You can check out the ...[Read More]

Zildjian releases new K Kerope series

Zildjian‘s K line of cymbals has been hailed as one of the most classic lines of cymbals out there. Well today Zildjian released a new branch to their K cymbals – the K Kerope series. The name comes from the great Kerope Zildjian, who was a big part of the Zildjian company his whole life, from his birth in 1865 until his death in 1909. The cymbals themselves were developed in conjuncti...[Read More]

Zildjian A Cymbals: Revamped And Reloaded

Zildjian‘s popular and legendary “A” series got a complete makeover in 2013. These new cymbals have now completely replaced the old “A” line. Some adjustments that have been made to the line include lighter weight, and adjusted shapes of cups. Models of updated line include classics like the New Beat and Quick Beat hi hats (available in 13″-15″), plus, som...[Read More]

Fender Releases Modern Player Jaguar bass

While Hofner is releasing their new Contemporary Series Verythin Bass with its classic Hofner tone, Fender is releasing a bass on the other side of the spectrum. A bass to appeal to the modern player. The new Fender Modern Player Jaguar Bass is really supposed to appeal to today’s bassist. With that instantly recognizable Jaguar shape, this bass really catches the eye. Fender has gotten rid ...[Read More]

Hofner Releases Contemporary Series Verythin Bass

Hofner used to lead the way in basses, especially in the UK. This was long before the rise in popularity of the violin bass. Since then, however, basses like the Fender Jazz and Precision basses have taken over in popularity and classic double cutaway hollowbody basses have somewhat been forgotten. Until now. The new Hofner Verythin bass certainly has a distinct sound, and it excels in giving thos...[Read More]

Elektron Analog Keys unveiled with full specs

Elektron, a company based out of Sweden, has become pretty well known over the past few years for creating some real quality synthesizers. Today they launched the latest edition to their lineup – the Elektron Analog Keys. The Elektron Analog Keys promises to be a great instrument, with incredible playability. According to the Elektron website, it is “the instrument for the expressive m...[Read More]

Electro Harmonix’s smaller brother to Big Muff – Nano Big Muff Pi

The Electro Harmonix Big Muff Pi is widely regarded as one of the greatest fuzz pedals of all time. Jimi Hendrix used it for goodness sake – that must tell you something. Well now the classic pedal has a smaller sibling – introducing the Electro Harmonix Nano Big Muff Pi. The regular Big Muff Pi is exactly what the name sounds like – big. Some would say it’s too big, and it...[Read More]

Sennheiser ew 300 IEM G3

Howdy ho everybody! Lately I’ve been hearing people talk about In Ear Monitors (IEM’s) and how complicated they can be. Well, I’m hear to give you my input and solution. I love IEM’s, they give not only the artist a clear representation of what they are hearing, but save you back from carrying all those wedges. I see a lot of bands now in clubs or where ever carry a monitor...[Read More]

Arturia MicroBrute

For the past few days, Arturia.com had a countdown on their website. A sure-fire marketing strategy that can only mean one thing. Something big is coming our way. Well, folks. Today the countdown is over, and we can all rest easy and geek out over the release of Arturia’s new MicroBrute Analog Synthesizer. Based on the technical design of it’s brother the MiniBrute, the Micro packs a potentiality ...[Read More]

Behringer Eurolive ELX Line Array

Hey everyone, JP here! So sorry I missed my typical Monday spew of information, hope you guys aren’t too sad. But today I made a discovery. Flashback to NAMM 2012, Behringer came out with a line array. A LINE ARRAY?! Yes, a line array. Before you start making jokes, they’ve stepped their game up these days. All the new stuff they have came out with is pretty sweet and pretty NON Behrin...[Read More]