Check out the latest and greatest gear from the third day of the 2014 Summer NAMM show.

Jackson Steel Guitars

Jackson Steel Guitars blew a lot of minds at Summer NAMM with what very well may be the world's first pedal-steel electric bass. Fashioned out of hard-rock maple, it uses a wide-frequency single-coil and four pitch-changing pedals to unleash harmonically rich tones that are like a cross between Western steel and an incredibly bell-like fretless bass. Street price will be around $2,000.

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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