Anaheim, CA (January 21, 2012) -- We're 3/4 of the way through NAMM (woah!), but there's still new gear around every corner. Of course, you can see everything we shot today in our photo gallery from the floor and watch all the video demos we've completed so far. But here's the gear that particularly caught our editors' eyes on the third day of the show.
Portland, Oregon's M-tone Guitars has some very thoughtful designs on display. The newest, the Slipstream is built around super comfortable contours, a great-feeling Pao Ferro neck that recalls '60s Fender shapes and Lollar P-90s.
Jackson Ampworks NewCastle
Jackson Ampworks' NewCastle is a bare bones and beautiful 18 watt, 2 X EL84 hot rod, and the newest in a line of very impressive compact heads. Pretty slick looking cab' too, no?
Vox Delay Lab
Vox's new Delay Lab is new for 2012. There's 30 delay voices, from vintage emulations to more modern types, a 20 second stereo looper, and an optional expression pedal that enables you to tweak parameters in the fly.