New Gear : January 2011

January 1, 2011
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bp0111_ng_amp_nr.jpgAmpeg Heritage B-15

Holy cow! Recreating one of the most iconic bass amps in history, Ampeg has announced a limited run of 50 American-made Heritage B-15s. The 30-watt Heritage B-15 boasts two discrete circuits—one modeled after the 1964 B-15, the other after the 1966 model. With such a small run of units, you can bet a bunch of us will be bummed to have missed the B-15 boat. Oh Ampeg, must you tease us so?
Price TBD
Contact www.ampeg.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

bp0111_ng_mormav_nr.jpgbp0111_ng_morwah_nr.jpgMorley Mini Wah Volume & Maverick

Following last year’s release of the Mini Wah and Mini Volume pedals, Morley has followed up with Mini Wah Volume and Maverick pedals. The Maverick is a switchless wah—like Morley’s Vai, Tremonti, and Lynch signature pedals—and both the Maverick and the Mini Wah Volume boast pot-less electro-optical circuitry.
Price $89
Contact www.morleypedals.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

bp0111_ng_korg_nr.jpgKorg Sound on Sound

The Korg Sound on Sound (SOS) Unlimited Track Recorder saves 16-bit WAV files to microSD or MicroSDHC cards (100 minutes per GB), and features a backlit touchscreen display, a chromatic tuner, fifty internal rhythm patterns, an internal stereo mic, and q" instrument, r" mic, and r" stereo line inputs.
Price $400
Contact www.korg.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

bp0111_ng_pro1_nr.jpgAvid Pro Tools 9

The latest version of Pro Tools allows users to work with Avid audio interfaces, third-party interfaces, or no hardware at all when using the built-in audio capabilities of a Mac or PC.
Price $599
Contact www.avid.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Wal Basses

After a few years of relative inactivity, Wal Basses appears to be back in business. More information is available at the company’s website.
Price From $5,200
Contact www.walbasses.co.uk

 

 

bp0111_ng_agu_nr.jpgAguilar SL 112

Weighing 25 pounds and packing a 12" Neodymium driver, the Aguilar SL 112 is the newest contender in the lightweight division of cabinets. Built to handle 250 watts RMS, it features a phenolic tweeter, a custom crossover with variable tweeter control, metal corners, rubber feet, and a strap handle.
Price $675
Contact www.aguilaramp.com

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