Check out the latest and greatest gear from the first day of the 2014 Summer NAMM show.
Cusack Music brought three new boxes to Summer NAMM: They've resurrected the Hellhound amp (previously available from Reverend), but the Schizo voicing switch is now footswitchable and power can go from 20 to 60 watts. The head streets for $1,300, the combo $1,500. Meanwhile, the Yummy Delay and Tasty Whirl are simplified versions of the Tap-a-Delay and Tap-a-Whirl (respectively). Each has available tap tempo via an RCA jack, and they go for $200 a pop.