New Gear : September 2010

DigiTech BP90 Bass Multi-Effect Pedal, Pro Co '85 Whiteface Rat, Electro-Harmonix Headphone Amp, DMP Pedals Bumble Bass Overdrive
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DigiTech BP90 Bass Multi-Effect Pedal

With 27 effects and 21 amp, cabinet, and stompbox models, the BP90 features an expression pedal, a built-in tuner, and stereo outputs.

Price $139


Pro Co Limited Edition Reissue ’85 Whiteface Rat

Pro Co has reissued its classic distortion pedal, which has become something of a coveted vintage stompbox. Get nasty!

Price $199


DMB Pedals Bumble Bass Overdrive

Tuned specifically for bass frequencies, the Bumble Bass Overdrive is one distortion box that’ll get you noticed!

Price $195


Electro-Harmonix Headphone Amp

Take it on the road—or in the road—with this battery-powered headphone amp (headphones not included).

Price $45



New Gear July 2010

Tight Drive Bass Distortion Pedal As a result of feedback from Greg Weeks of the Red Chord at the 2010 NAMM show, Amptweaker now offers a bass version of their popular guitar distortion unit. As its name implies, the Tight


New Gear April 2010

Bugera BVV3000 All-Valve head The big new Bugera head sports a classic array of all-tube goodness, including five dualtriodes in the preamp section and a sextet of 6550s handling the output. Tone-shaping come courtesy a 3-band EQ with midrange voicing filters and low- and high-register switchable boost.

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New Gear: September 2013

With its stereo audio, MIDI in/out, and charging dock, the StudioConnect, an all-in-one audio interface for the iPad, makes it easy to plug in and jam along with whatever’s on your iPad.

New Gear August 2010

TC Electronic PolyTune iPhone App On the heels of its recently released PolyTune pedal tuner (look for a review soon), TC is announcing an iPhone App that duplicates many of the pedal’s functions, including the ability to tune multiply strummed


New Gear February 2010

Ampeg SVT-7PRO & SVT-8PRO Heads Ultra-vintage Ampeg is going decidedly modern—as in super-light Class D power sections—with its latest additions to the venerable SVT amplifier line. The SVT-7PRO head throws down 1,000 watts while weighing only 15 pounds, while the SVT-8PRO shoots the moon with a scary 2,500 watts of power in a similarly compact and lightweight package. Both units feature familiar Ampeg front-end tone controls—so essentially it’s the same preamp many know and love, just stronger and lighter on the back end. And there’s a line of lightweight cabs (called PRO NEO) debuting in early 2010 to go with them. Prices SVT-7PRO, $799.99; SVT-8PRO, $2,399.99 Contact