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New Gear from Earthquaker Devices, Ear Trumpet Labs, and mymusicmasterclass.com

EAR TRUMPET LABS Nadine microphone
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EAR TRUMPET LABS
Nadine microphone

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Designed specifically for upright bass, Nadine is a medium-large-diaphragm condenser microphone with feedback rejection and a secure mounting system that’s easily removable.

Street $600
Contact eartrumpetlabs.com

Mymusicmasterclass.com

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Check out this treasure trove of videos on everything from odd-time signatures and multicultural concepts for bass to metric modulation and music business by a long list of badasses, including Andrew Gouché, Panagiotis Andreou, Jonathan Maron, Jimmy Haslip, Abraham Laboriel, Hadrien Feraud, Steve Jenkins, and Evan Marien.

Price $9–$10 for five-day stream, $18-$23 to download
Contact mymusicmasterclass.com

EARTHQUAKER
Dispatch Master delay, Speaker Cranker overdrive, Acapulco Gold distortion & Afterneath reverb

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EarthQuaker updates four of its classics with softtouch and relay-based switching, and the Dispatch Master and Speaker Cranker get rear-mounted input and output jacks for easier cable routing and pedalboard ergonomics.

Street Dispatch Master, $195; Speaker Cranker, $125; Acapulco Gold, $125; Afterneath, $225
Contact earthquakerdevices.com

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