A few highlights from Day 2 of NAMM.

Pedals

Fuzzrocious Pedals brought a switch-flippers delight in the form of the Feed Me (accompanied here by the special NAMM edition NAMM The Ramparts.) the pedal combines and array of switchable high and low pass resistors that among other things enables you to run other drive and fuzz pedals through various big muff-style tone stacks. The results can be spectacularly transformative and heavy. Should be about $160 when it hits shops this year.

Who wouldn't love to add a Supro Flanger to their rig? Now's your chance! Enter here for today's Stompboxtober giveaway!

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The Trigger Fly Capo builds on the original Trigger Capo—Dunlop’s most popular capo design—designed for better handling and tuning stability.

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Gretsch honors the late AC/DC co-founder, guitarist, and songwriter with an all-new signature guitar, Limited Edition Malcolm Young “Red Beast” Signature Jet.

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Introducing the new Boogie Cabinet Series, comprised of new guitar cabinet offerings and long-time Mesa player favorites.

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