So another NAMM show has come and gone and we at Rose Morris are pretty excited with whats coming our way. Here's a quick run down of the new products we're itching to getting our hands on.
The return of the Roland Blues Cube has been a long time coming and with a new design, with great valve tones, we can see these being a big hit. Boss have added to their extensive range of effects with the ES-8, one of the most versatile and user friendly pedal switching systems on the market. your days of tap dancing are numbered.
The Electro Harmonix Super Pulsar Stereo Tremolo has caused quite a stir at Anaheim. Classic analog tremolo sounds with more control than you can shake a stick at, expect these to disappear fast when they hit the shop floor.
With the JDXi, Roland are returning to their roots. It gives you digital flexibility with hands on intuitive control, but with the warm analog bass and lead tones of classic JUNO synths. It comes with a four track pattern sequencer and an impressive array of effects, all in a very affordable package.
The Guild M20 heralds the return of a folk classic. Designed by Ren Ferguson in Guild's new California factory, You can have the dark, mellow tones of Nick Drake in the palm of your hand. There's also brand new models from James Neligan with their new EZRA range. Featuring solid cedar tops in a fetching sunburst finish, These guitars are bound to be a hit with beginner and pro alike. Drums
Stagg are expanding their popular SENSA range with the new Orbis Crash and China. With a fast and trashy sound, with plenty of cool overtones, these are a must try for any aspiring metal maestro.
Often overlooked at music conventions, but always essential, We're particularly intrigued by the Korg Sledgehammer Pro Clip tuner. With a high visibility '3D' display, and ultra precise tuning accuracy. This could be the perfect on stage gizmo for professional player and beginner alike.
What's most exciting is there's even more to come, so make sure you visit our store to see all the great new products on offer.