Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by TonePilot, Jan 3, 2019.
Looking forward to getting more info on these 2019 Ibanez's
Looking forward to the show - will be my first attending!
And another mag looks at upcoming special Ibanez models.
Same! I'm so stoked, been wanting to attend for 10 years. Have fun!
I'm curious to see what Quilter might release for NAMM.
I am looking forward to checking out the Jimmy Page Fender Custom Shop Telecaster at the Fender Booth and I wonder what new amps Supro will be showing!
I’m looking forward to Musicman and Suhr.
For those attending, please stop by booth 3540 and introduce yourself. We will have the new San Bernardino bass and the new pickups.
I will be there....I'll stop by.
And some stuff from Blackstar
NAMM 2019: Blackstar lifts the lid on 3 new Studio 10 tube amps
Headrush’s new FRFR
NAMM 2019: HeadRush targets amp modellers with FRFR-108 powered cabinet
I can't wait to see what Suhr has going on with the two amps that Pete Thorn's been talking about for months. His PT50 and then some other mystery 20W head of some sort. That and possibly a new 2x12 Cab with neo Creambacks. 2 more weeks!
Supro reissues the David Bowie but I thought this had already been out for a while.
NAMM 2019: Supro revives David Bowie’s favoured 1961 Dual Tone
This looks cool. I think they’ll be at NAMM.
Mad Hatter Guitar Products Announces the Terminator - TEN Pickup System
New FRFR technology from Mission Engineering:
"We would love to show our new Rangefinder off to you Booth 4453 Hall D and maybe get some video coverage? In simple terms, it turns any regular guitar cab into varying degrees of FRFR or none at all depending on the guitarists needs at the time. The missing link maybe to end the argument about FRFR verses regular cabs."
And another boutique drive pedal. This one incorporates boost, distortion and a bunch of other features.
NAMM 2019: Tsakalis Audio Works may have just devised the quintessential boutique overdrive pedal
And because everything is better with tubes....
NAMM 2019: The Ruokangas Valvebucker is the first-ever tube-driven electric guitar pickup