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All NAMM 2016 News ·
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Master Builder Yuriy Shishkov has been sniffing the nitro too often, methinks...
Apogee release MKII of their flagship audio interface Symphony I/O, with Thunderbolt, Pro Tools HD and SoundGrid connectivity.
A handmade great looking and sounding four string bass. With custom hand made hardware and options for customisation.
Mackie launches a new control surface called the DC16 for its DL32R digital mixer.
Gretsch release a whole new range of their vintage-inspired Streamliner guitars offering vintage vibes and styling, with modern features.
Supro announces a reissue of one of rock and roll's mythical tube amps from 1959, and promises tones that will keep even purists happy.
2 x 6 audio interface that lets you connect to two computers at once, Mac, iPad or Windows and route audio and MIDI between the two. Ever wanted to use your iPad as an effects bus? This is what you need.
This new bass amp from Orange looks to offer a lot of great tones from a minimalist layout, and features a 4-band parametric EQ section and built in compression.
Using power amp distortion to get its tone: this new line from Laney manages to allow you access to the saturation without all the volume.
Tracktion Corporation announce a new version of Tracktion and a lovely looking audio interface with valves sticking right out the top.
Gavin Lurssen, Reuben Cohen and the team at Lurssen Mastering in LA have partnered with IK Multimedia to release a software/app mastering console.
A limited edition version of the classic Jazzmaster: Bigsby B50 loaded, American made and in new colours for 2016.
New Montage top of the line FM-synthesizer from Yamaha with 8 operator synthesis engine and a host of other features.
The sound of the classic SYSTEM-700 and 100M returns in this set of 5 analogue modules, beautifully packaged and ready to go.
Marshall have announced a 'mini' version of their much loved classic Jubilee 'Silver Series' amps. Originally released in the '80s, modern versions of these classic amps are now available in a smaller package.
H&K expand upon their lunchbox TubeMeister Deluxe amp. The new additions add higher outputs and some great built-in features to make it more flexible for gigging musicians.