Positive Grid has announced JamUp, a new multi-effect guitar app and guitar interface for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. With new tonal innovation, JamUp gives guitarists access to a load of authentic tones, iTunes Jam Player and the very first sound-on-sound phrase sampler on the iOS device. You also can download JamUp Lite for free for 30 days.
Ever dream of a room full of guitar pedals that you can try for as long as you like with no sales pressure and all your questions answered? So did New York’s The Deli Magazine, so they put together their CMJ StompBox Exhibit, a sort of petting zoo for pedal-files.
TC Electronic raises the bar once again as it introduces a new mind-blowing technology guaranteed to take inspiration to new heights! Guitarists everywhere -- prepare to be blown away, as TC Electronic is about to introduce a new technology that will take tonal flexibility and creativity to a level that is one step below pure magic.
Peavey has announced the Xport, a high-fidelity, portable 1/4-inch jack-to-USB audio interface for electric guitar and bass. Xport uses a standard USB cable to connect your guitar to a personal computer or laptop.
As director of R&D and Private Stock at Paul Reed Smith, Joe Knaggs designed some of the company’s most compelling guitars—the astonishingly lightweight McCarty Archtop and Hollowbody, the timeless Singlecut and the handsomely retro Mira and Starla, among others. But recently, after two decades at PRS, Knaggs felt it was time to move on. After an amicable split with the company, he started Knaggs Guitars with former PRS Director of Global Sales and Marketing, Peter Wolf.
In the following videos, Guitar World's Paul Riario reviews the new Maxon SM9Pro+ Super Metal Distortion Pedal. Check out the "Sounds" video for the product demo, and "Features" to check out the product details and get our final verdict!