ZVEX Effects Release the '59 Sound and Limited Edition Mailing List. Read Article

ZVEX Effects Release the ’59 Sound and Limited Edition Mailing List

ZVEX Effects proudly introduces the newest member to their line, the '59 Sound. It's based on the legendary 1959 Tweed Fender Bassman. The '59 Sound captures the essence of that magical amplifier. For one week only, you can purchase this new ZVEX device before it hits the stores, either as a gorgeous hand-painted version or a stickered Vexter version available well before the actual Vexters hit the market and at a very affordable price.What's most important is that the limited ed. pedal series is available first for subscribers of the ZVEX email list.  Information about every limited edition pedal will come from this list first.  In order to acquire new and exciting pedals first (and have a chance to get a low serial number), fans of ZVEX need to be subscribers of the email
Supro USA launches the Neptune Reverb 25W 2x12 Combo Read Article

Supro USA launches the Neptune Reverb 25W 2×12 Combo

June 6, 2017 (Port Jefferson Station, NY) -- Supro USA is now shipping the 1685RT Neptune Reverb amplifier: a 25W, 2x12 combo amp created in response to artist and backline requests for a Supro amp with a pair of 12" speakers and spring reverb. Developed in partnership with SIR, the USA's largest backline rental company, the Supro Neptune amplifier is a loud, clear answer to the Fender Twin and the Vox AC-30.Robert Randolph plays the Supro Neptune with Phil Lesh and FriendsThe Neptune's microphone-friendly midrange is largely derived from its vintage-correct, 25W, Class-A power section. It is this unique, "self-biasing" power amp that holds the key to the vintage Supro sound. The Neptune Reverb's remarkably low noise floor makes this amp perfect for live performance at any
Focusrite Red and RedNet Interfaces Allow Sophisticated Workflows for Gil Gowing's New Venture

Focusrite Red and RedNet Interfaces Allow Sophisticated Workflows for Gil Gowing’s New Venture

After two decades of helping audio professionals navigate increasingly more complex workflows and incorporate the latest technology in their creative process, Gil Gowing has become known as the “Go-to Guy” for helping artists achieve their creative aspirations. In February of this year, Gowing set out on his own, starting a consulting and training firm, Digimidi …