Approximate reading time: 21 Seconds
Winter NAMM 2019 Preview ·
gearnews.com The 2019 edition of the world’s most important music instruments trade show, the Winter NAMM, is just around the corner! Keep up to date on all the hottest news, rumours and leaks emerging in the run-up to the show with our NAMM 2019 Preview coverage. Seen something interesting we’ve not covered here? Heard a hot rumour you want to share with us? Let us know in the comments below or drop us a line here.
Australian jewellery artist Colin Burn has created the ultimate guitar strap inspired by Rock and Roll and loaded with white gold, precious stones and a heavy price tag!
The new Charvel USA Select DK24 models. A more refined pro spec Custom Shop guitars for those that want high-performance without the 'tiger stripes'.
Behringer gives their first demonstration of the Pro-1, their tribute to the Sequential Circuits Pro-One monophonic analogue synthesizer.
Behringer's ODYSSEY hasn't made it onto their website yet but they've released a video introducing the synth and talking about the new features.
Laney has debuts three pedals, each with four knobs and a three-way toggle switch. All under their premium pedal brand Black Country Customs.
The look, styling, workflow and display has changed but the internal engine is very much the Valkyrie but as "KYRA" Waldorf is going to make this astonishing synthesizer a reality
Mr 'Pussy Melter' Satchel from Steel Panther gets a new Slime Green Bengal signature guitar loaded with Fishman Fluence pickups in an exclusive finish for this guitar!
Reaching the now-standard 24-bit/192kHz fidelity, the desktop units are compatible with Mac, PC, and iOS devices. Both have MIDI and built-in DSPs with effects for each channel.
Auto-Tune Access and Auto-Key are meant to make the ProTools of vocal correction more accessible to budding artists and producers - a market which Antares had largely neglected for some reason.
Steven Slate announced he's taking no less than five new products to NAMM this year. I expected this to be good and the man did not disappoint (hats off to his team, too)! Here's what we got...
Slate Digital is unveiling no less than five new products at NAMM this year. Chief among them is the new RAVEN MTZ multi-touch mix control surface, which starts at just USD 3000.
Neumann is touting a flat frequency response, natural stereo image, and high fidelity as key advantages that make the NDH 20 suitable for monitoring, editing, and mixing.
Zoom's new GCE-3 Guitar Lab Circuit Emulator can easily fit in your pocket, it is so small. The audio interface uses the Guitar Lab software to give you virtual guitar rig setups you can customise.
What the heck is a Mini Horse? Well apparently it's a rather nifty touch activated voltage controller and combined with the Control Voltage Processor Verbos are bringing a lot of CV to your Eurorack.
Dave Friedman has a new Jerry Cantrell Signature version 20-watt mini-head called the JJ Jr and it looks and sounds fab. We even found a video to prove it sounds sweet as well!
New World Music expansion packs and a bunch of acoustic drum kits have been added to your Roland Cloud account for instant download.