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

Loog

Uruguay-based Loog Guitars brought their children's electric and acoustic 3-string instruments to Nashville for Summer NAMM. Builder Rafael Atijas said he wanted to make a guitar that would be engaging for kids, so the instruments come unassembled to encourage some DIY fun. The acoustic has G, B, and E strings and the electric version as D,G, and B strings. Priced at $150.

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

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A 2x2 USB-C audio interface for macOS, iOS, and Windows, designed to kickstart any music or content creation project in the studio or on the go.

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The Hosa MPA-149 Mic Preamp provides an immediate 26dB’s of gain with a -97dBu signal-to-noise ratio, giving users a clean and immediate gain boost for louder, clearer microphone performance.
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