Get classy with D’Angelico’s latest acoustic bass guitar, which rocks a mahogany neck, a 22-fret Sonokeline fretboard, laminated rosewood body sides and back, white binding, Scalini pickguard, a built-in tuner, and a Fishman Presys+ onboard preamp and pickup system. Get it in grey-black, natural, or vintage sunburst finishes.
Zoom’s latest stompbox boasts 67 effects, including 19 dynamics and filters, 15 overdrives/distortions, 17 modulation effects, and 11 delays and reverbs. Don’t miss the classic bass amp models, from Ampeg SVT and Fender Bassman 100 to SWR SM-400 and Aguilar DB 750. Best of all, the B3n comes with software that makes editing patches as easy as plugging into your laptop.
Outfitted with a Mike Pope low-noise preamp and a powerful Class D power amplifier (500 watts at 8Ω/700 watts at 4Ω), this five-pound little brother to Trickfish’s 1K head is loaded with options, including 4-band EQ, eight frequency-select options, aux input, pre/post balanced DI output, series effect loop, amp mute, and a Neutrik Speakon combi-connector.
Canyon Delay & Looper
EHX does it again with a pint-size pedal that rocks a rainbow of delay colors: digital delay, modulated delay, multi-tap delay, reverse delay, tape delay, reverb plus delay, octave delay, shimmer, sample and hold, an emulation of the Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man, and a 62-second looper.