Read about the heads, combos, stomps, and gizmos that filled the hall's of Musikmesse.

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Norway's Aalberg Audio has added to its line of unique pedals. Last year we saw the Ekko delay, which you can control with the wireless clip-on Aero remote, and this year they came to Musikmesse with the ROM digital reverb and TRYM tremolo. All three feature standard parameter knobs, and footswitches for bypass and tap-tempo, but the Aero lets you select up to three presets for each pedal, as well as adjust parameters from your guitar. You can even see the effects of your tweaks on vertical meters on the pedals themselves.

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Looking for a compact, “noiseless” way to plug in and play guitar? Check out the brand-new Gibson Digital Amp, available only in the Gibson App.

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This pickup captures the clear, bell-like single-coil chime of a classic P-90 when played clean and retains the tight mids and articulate low-end vintage growl and smooth sustain saturation when pushed into overdrive.

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DiMarzio, Inc. announces the Relentless P (DP299), the Relentless J Bridge (DP301), Relentless J Neck (DP300), and the Relentless J Pair (DP302) for 4 string basses.

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