Seymour Duncan Silver Lake Reverb

Awesome reverb workstation from Seymour Duncan.

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This one features 8 presets with full tone shaping capabilities.

Seems user-friendly enough from the video. Good stuff.

*photo from Premier Guitar

 

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Recycled jewellery

GHS Strings and Wear Your Music has teamed up to create a series of bracelets made from recycled strings.

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Pretty cool idea and good use of recycled material here. They even offer versions where the strings come from famous musicians, although I’m not sure how one can certify is the strings did in fact come from said artistes.

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Prices range from US$18 – $85.

I wonder if bracelets made from certain brands will turn out less rusty. 🙂

Read more:

https://www.wearyourmusic.com/

*photos from Wear Your Music

 

Zoom H1n

The new Zoom H1n has arrived.

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This new upgrade boosts features such as overdubbing, “one-touch controls” and a better display. All good stuffs for recording on the fly.

Retails for $180 at our local dealer. This should be a hit for those who need a fuss-free recorder for simple recordings.

Read more:

https://www.zoom-na.com/products/field-video-recording/field-recording/zoom-h1n-handy-recorder

*photo from sound-service.eu

Ibanez Nu Tubescreamer

This has been the talk of the town way before its official launch.

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The Nu Tubescreamer incorporates NuTube technology into its circuitry and is truly made in Japan.

An update to a classic pedal. I’d expect this to fly off the shelves when it reaches SG.

Read more:

http://www.ibanez.com/products/effect_page18.php?year=2018&area_id=4&cat_id=6&series_id=153&effect_id=39

*photo from Ibanez