PG editors pick their top gear from the first day of NAMM. See everything from day 2 in our photo gallery.
Jim Dunlop Guitar Products MXR came to NAMM with the brand-new Reverb pedal in tow. It delivers six distinct reverb styles from plate to spring to mod, all from a standard-sized MXR box with a simple 3-knob setup and a hi-fi analog dry path. Other features of the Reverb include a 100 percent wet mode, stereo input and output capability, and true relay or trails bypass.
Cole Clark CCFL2EC-RDBL-AE
Cole Clark Guitars brought along a gorgeous new addition to their Fat Lady series with the CCFL2EC-RDBL-AE. This dread is built from 100 percent sustainable timber: Queensland maple for the neck, Australian blackwood for the back and sides, and Australian redwood for the top. Cole Clark's 3-way pickup system comes standard.
Yamaha Guitars debuted their first new solidbody design in 10 years with the Revstar series of guitars at NAMM. Inspired by vintage cafe-racer motorcycles and Japanese craft, the new Revstar models boast distinctive colors and a variety of handwound pickup options. Each model features a deep belly cut, hidden forearm contour, and a newly designed neck joint for playing comfort. And the available hardware appointments from unique pickup covers to raw-copper pickguards to custom floating aluminum tailpieces make these new instruments true head turners.