What our editors saw on the final day of Winter NAMM 2013.

"Cole Clark Guitars Angel 1AC (left) made its NAMM debut this year. It features their original Dual Input pickup with bass, mid, treble, blend, and volume sliders, and a lovely sunburst or black finish. The new Angel 2A3 (right) is the first Angel without a cutaway, and it also features Clark's new 3-way pickup systemяwhich incorporates a small condenser mic that's shelved at 1.25 kHz to irradicate feedback problems while serving up an airy, natural sound."
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