55 Results for "cabinet"
18 Jan in GuitarLaney has just announced a new all tube Laney Cub-Super amp and combo range. Utilising an onboard digital spring reverb from their Black Country Customs line of pedals to good effect.
17 Jan in GuitarLaney announces a new 212 FRFR speaker for your modeller, MiniStacks for practicing and a versatile new Black Country Customs chorus pedal called the Spiral Array.
11 Jan in GuitarIs Kemper releasing the speaker from its Kemper Kabinet, the Kone, as a separate product? It looks like you may soon be able to buy the speaker from the Kabinet and install it in a standard cab.
09 Jan in GuitarA new high-gain lunchbox amp head from Revv, the G20 packs a shed load of cracking features into a 20-Watt tube amp with modern flexibility, including Two Tones' Torpedo implementation.
04 Jan in GuitarSuper-flexible and simple to use: AMT's new IR loader pedal has a host of built in options that make it a real Swiss Army knife for your setup. The new Pangea VC16 VirginCab has it all. No, really!
28 Nov 2019 in GuitarThe new Mark Five: 25 1x10 combo is Mesa/Boogie's way of condensing its flagship combo yet retaining all the classic tube tone you would expect from a Mk V amp.
22 Nov 2019 in GuitarHas Mesa Boogie missed the mark with its new CabClone IR and CabClone IR Plus cabinet simulation pedals? The quality looks to be there, but are these boxes missing a trick in terms of flexibility?
28 May 2019 in GuitarAlice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell has worked with Mr Friedman on a 20-Watt version of his signature guitar amp. Could the new Friedman Amplification JJ Junior be the perfect low.power modern amp setup?
30 Apr 2019 in SynthsAION Modular have brought the Synthesizer Model 15 homage to the Moog original modular system down to Eurorack size. It looks phenomenal in the custom cabinet but the modules can also fit in your rack
05 Apr 2019 in GuitarMojotone promises that its new hand-wired, boutique combo, the BlackOut Select, will deliver some classic 1950s Fender Tweed tones and has given it a sleek, sleathy look that we like. A lot.