Fender is entering a new era. The company has announced the new Fender Player series — aimed at replacing the standard series of Mexican-made guitars. It’s not just a name change either — there are 21 models of guitar in the new lineup, and new features include Alnico pickups, satin-finished maple necks, new bridges, new finishes, and a redesigned logo. The news makes sense. For ...[Read More]
Mackie has entered the headphone amp game. At NAMM 2018, the company unveiled the HM-4, HM-400, and HM-800 headphone amps.
Mackie has unveiled a slew of new audio tools at NAMM 2018, including four new direct boxes, a phantom power box, and a cable tester.
Ampeg has expanded its guitar and bass pedal lineup at NAMM 2018 with the launch of the Liquifier chorus and Opto Comp compressor pedals.
At NAMM 2018, Mackie has launched a new line of in-ear monitors called the MP series, including the MP-120, MP-220, and MP-240.
Fender has launched three new Fender Mustang GT amps, which allow you to create and edit presets straight from your smartphone.
Sound Devices has taken the wraps off of two new audio interfaces -- the MixPre-3, with three inputs, and MixPre-6, wth six inputs.
Swedish company Nord has taken the wraps off of the Nord Stage 3, a new keyboard that serves as a follow up to the 2015 Nord Stage 2 EX.
Arturia is at it again. The company has announced a few new additions to its KeyLab lineup, called the Arturia KeyLab Essential 49 and KeyLab Essential 61.