Redlands, CA–August 10 2018 The sidewinding Zen Blade is balanced, meditative, and at one with the face of the musical universe. From dramatic lines to simple chords, the spectrum of sonic access this pickup has, is somehow enlightening.
Zen Blade’s continuous sensing blade offers a multitude of loyal characteristics: its uncompromising tone refuses the threat of depletion all across the fret board, while its steady impedance gives way to a personality so even and temperate you might just find yourself saying goodbye to your old trusty compressor.
One of its finest qualities is that the difference between its parallel and series personalities is subtle, creating a dimension of versatility where the player may comfortably fit their tone in the mix between many different genres—Jazz, Country, and Rock being its best contenders. Wired in parallel, the pickup delivers a broad range of character, with its even, clear, and articulate nature manifesting in its purest form. In series,...
The Guess Who is responsible for countless rock classics, which still retain a major presence on rock radio - “American Woman,” “No Time,” “These Eyes,” etc. The band is set to return on September 14th with their latest album, ‘The Future IS What It Used To Be’, released via Cleopatra Records (available in CD, Vinyl, and Digital formats).
The band is Garry Peterson (Drums, Vocals), D# (Lead Vocals, Guitar, Piano), Will E. (Guitar, Harp, Vocals), Leonard Shaw (Keyboards, Flute, Sax, Vocals), and Rudy Sarzo (Bass, Vocals). The album’s first single, ‘Playin’ on the Radio’, will be released on July 17th. It can be heard on Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming services. Also featured on the album are several special guests including, Tommy Shaw (Styx) on vocals, Brent Fitz (Slash, Gene Simmons) percussion, Jim Kale (Guess Who founding member) and Michael Devin (Whitesnake) on bass guitar.
“The song is a celebration of the radio and what it meant to us all.”, explains D#....
Phil Jones Bass (PJB) announces the arrival of the company’s new Cab 27 (model# C-27) bass . The C-27 is a two way compact high-performance bass instrument loudspeaker that features 2 proprietary PJB 4 ohm 7-inch drivers wired in series (8 ohm total) designed to handle high power levels of up to 200 Watts with extremely low distortion. A proprietary 3 inch (magnetic liquid cooled voice coil) cone tweeter augments the high-frequency component giving it a fully extended range of 30 Hz to 25 KHz. The C- 27’s full range and smooth frequency response enables it to easily double as a vocal monitor or as a music playback speaker.
The dimensions are 16.5” Wide x 13” High x 12.5” Deep, with a weight of 29 Lbs. Features include heavy duty vinyl/carpet covering, “kick proof” shock mounted steel grill, heavy duty recessed handle for easy carrying, 2 x Neutrik Speakon NL4 connectors, and rubber feet positioned to allow the cabinet to be used vertically or horizontally. Price is $299.99...
TC Electronic describes its new BQ-series as "a revolution in portable bass amplification, packing more bang for the buck into an ultra-lightweight micro bass head than a warehouse full of discounted fireworks!"
At 250 and 500 watts respectivel,y the two BQ heads provide bare-bones bass power for the stage, the club gig or the home studio.
The MOSFET preamp and a custom-designed 4-band EQ provide a "tremendous tonal palette" and "realistic tube-like sound and feel."
The built-in Thrust compressor circuit allows a wide range of dynamic expressions, making the BQ series ideal for any playing style.
Made for the pragmatic bass player who wants a versatile no-nonsense rig, the BQ amps feature a headphone output and an AUX input...