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Guitarist Jeff Loomis recently visited Schecter to shoot a few videos and discuss the company's new models for 2014. Below, check out the just-posted video where Loomis discusses — in detail — the changes and additions he has made to the new Schecter JL-7.
Boss has announced the ME-80 Guitar Multiple Effects, a powerful floor-based tone processor with a knob-driven interface for intuitive, stompbox-style control. Featuring an enormous selection of flagship-quality effects and COSM amps, eight multifunction footswitches, battery-powered operation, and much more, the compact ME-80 is perfect for performing guitarists of all levels.
Pigtronix has begun shipping their new flagship Echolution 2 delay system. This ground-breaking pair of new pedals is the result of an intensive, four-year design process aimed at forging a unique marriage of analog tone shaping and digital signal processing to deliver the ultimate delay pedal experience.
Sonuus Limited has announced it will introduce its new Voluum stomp box at The NAMM Show 2014. More than simply a volume pedal, the Voluum is a volume-based analogue multi-effect with a digitallycontrolled high-fidelity pure-analogue signal path for guitar and bass.
ESP Guitars has announced that its new ESP Original and E-II brands will become available in the U.S. in 2014. The availability of ESP Original and E-II brands in the U.S. allows the company to have a consistent set of products available around the world, something that ESP customers have requested for years.
TC Electronic has announced its new Ditto X2 Looper. Ditto X2 Looper houses all the features that made the original Ditto Looper such a hit, while adding key additions such as a two-button UI and effects, based on feedback from the guitar community and TC Electronic’s drive to innovate guitar products.