08 Oct in GuitarThe new Dr Z Jetta is the US company's cheapest hand-wired all tube combo yet. This 30 watt amp packs in all the high end components but at a lower price. And only three control knobs: bonus!
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05 Sep in SynthsThe Jupiter-X looks fantastic and runs all their vintage models and has a built-in drum machine. The Jupiter-Xm has all that in a more hipster package. Is this the flagship we've been waiting for?
09 Apr in Synths3D renders and photos of PCBs have started to emerge of DinSyncs next replica project called JP-ONE. Scheduled for a big reveal at Superbooth we've scraped together a few details of what to expect.
18 Oct 2018 in GuitarThe Telstar combo uses a 6L6 and EL84 in a push-pull Class A circuit. With two different voicings and plenty of rich, vintage tones, could this be all the boutique amp you'll ever need?
07 Aug 2018 in SynthsA video on Facebook suggests that Roland are about to announce their third virtual Plug-Out recreate of a classic synthesizer for the System-8 on 808 Day. Firm favourite is the JX3P - what do you think?
29 Jun 2018 in SynthsRoland has added two FM variations to the oscillators on the System-8 featuring 2 operator and 5 operator waveforms. It also gets filters from the Jupiter-8 and Juno-106 amongst other bits and bobs.
02 Feb 2018 in SynthsStudio Electronics has revamped their entire Boomstar desktop monosynth line giving them a much smarter front panel and wooden ends. And they are releasing the Boomstar 8106 with Juno-to-Jupiter filter ...
31 Jan 2018 in GuitarAnother long forgotten brand relaunched for 2018, is this all style over substance and marketing hype or is Harmony back on the map in the guitar world once again?
05 Feb 2017 in SynthsStudio Electronic's Tonestar 8106 takes their 2600 and wraps it up in a classic Roland Jupiter and Juno inspired filter. Even the knobs are the perfect tone of colour.
10 Sep 2016 in SynthsHere's the full skinny on the Roland System-8 Plug-Out expandable synthesizer with ACB technology. It's as awesome as we thought it would be.