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US amp manufacturer, Bad Cat Amplifiers has teamed up with wild cat conservation group Panthera as part of a new campaign centred on its Unleash V2 Re-amplifier Attenuator.
Electro-Harmonix has lifted the lid on its new full-range overdrive pedal – The Crayon.
Pulse*, an all-new type of drum interface from music tech specialist Titan Reality, is set to make its debut at ...
Protection Racket has launched a brand new website that allows UK customers to purchase its luggage products direct.
With just a few days to go until the 2015 Music Production Expo (MPX), several leading brands have promised ‘first UK showings’ of their latest product offerings.
Falkirk-based drum retailer dD Drums will host this year’s Scottish Drum Festival, with a stellar line-up of musicians from across the globe set to appear at the event.
JHS founder, John Hornby Skewes, picked up the coveted Lifetime Achievement Award, sponsored by NAMM, at last week’s MIA Awards, rounding off a year of 50th anniversary celebrations for the ...
The Royal College of Music is to create the largest virtual collection of historical instruments in the UK as part of a partnership with the Royal Academy of Music, the ...
The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (NYO) and Classic FM have announced a new partnership, which will see the NYO become Classic FM’s Orchestra of Teenagers.
Barnes & Mullins, Andertons and PMT were among the big winners at last night’s MIA Awards, which took place at London’s Hilton Metropole Hotel.
Earlier this year, a photoshopped image of the Reading and Leeds Festivals line-up poster captured the industry’s imagination for all the wrong reasons. The article in question saw all male-only ...
In a bid to reassure trade visitors of its B2B focus, Musikmesse has reiterated the business features of next year’s show in light of the ‘new concept’.
Skin Tyson, guitarist with the likes of Cast and various line-ups with Robert Plant, speaks to Daniel Gumble about gear, music shops, contemporary guitarists and experimental tuning…