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More NAMM announcements from Tascam, Yamaha, Peavey and more

Jory Mackay
More NAMM announcements from Tascam, Yamaha, Peavey and more

In the aftermath of the 2013 Winter NAMM show, gear announcements continue to come in from some of the industry's bigger brands.

For more information on all of the biggest NAMM news, check out our dedicated NAMM news feed and our top ten most-read stories.

Tascam continued its releases with two new interfaces with on-board digital mixers and digital effects: the US-332 and US-366 interfaces.

Gretsch Drums introduced three new snare drum lines including the bell brass snare and stave snare drums in oak and cherry.
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The next generation of the classic British handheld synth, the Stylophone S2, was launched by Dubreq.

After 43 years, Magnatone amps has returned with new models, but information is scarce with no release date or RRP announced yet. Check out this video from Music Radar for more info:



Gibson announced new Joe Perry and Jason Hook signature models as well as the Music City Jr. with B-Bender.

Line 6 unveiled the JTV-89F electric guitar loaded with Variax sounds and a Floyd Rose.

Eventide launched the H9 harmoniser pedal featuring 15 effect presets with more available via in-app purchases.

Yamaha added the AK4 folk and AC4K concert models to the A-series guitar line-up with two limited edition models made with all-solid Hawaiian Koa back and sides, and a select solid Hawaiian Koa top.

Peavey debuted the Vypyr Variable Instrument Performance series of amplifiers.

Digitech and Adrian Belew team up for the first in the company's line of iStomp Signature Artist e-pedals.

Tags: Gibson , Yamaha , tascam , eventide , digitech , peavey , line 6 , NAMM 2013 , Dubreq , Stylophone S2 , ADrian Belew , Magnatone , Gretsch Drums

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