Some catchy model names by Danelectro with their new Billionaire series pedals.
With names such as Billion Dollar Boost, Big Spender and Filthy Rich, these pedals really seem fun.
The star of the series, however, must be the Battery Billionaire pedal which is a portable power supply. It houses four 9V batteries and a killswitch to cut power without having to unplug the pedals. Really cool!
*photos from GearNews.com and Danelectro
New release from Blackstar and five new models are launched in the series.
As with most new amps on the market, some emphasis is placed on recording outputs and the new models now feature USB and XLR out for easy recording.
*photo from Blackstar
Great FSR release from Fender. Roasted or caramelised tonewoods seem to be the trend these days, and judging from the beautiful grains on show, I’d say why not?
We have the ’52 Tele, ’56 Strat and “58 P-Bass for this FSR release and all come with vintage style tweed case.
*picture from gearnews.com via Thomann
Gibson has rolled out the new Gary Clark Jr. SG.
Quite an unusual pickup combi here where we get three P90s loaded into the SG. Not sure how the pickup selector works here, but it should be attractive for P90 and/or Gary Clark Jr. fans.
*photo from Gibson
Cool looking guitars from ESP. The ESP model is only limited to 25 pieces world-wide while the LTD model is a limited edition of 666 world-wide.
ESP KH Ouija Natural
Featuring neck-thru construction and a host of cool features like scalloped fretboard, maple pickup covers, special case & certs, as well as EMG pickups, this one should cater to die-hard fans at US$12000 retail.
We’re talking all-out flashy-ness here. Wow.
LTD KH Ouija Natural
The overall design remains largely the same but for the absence of maple pickup covers and premium parts such as Gotoh tuners. Still a very cool looking guitar and the retail price of US$1399 is definitely easier on the pocket.
*photos from ESP