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NAMM Day 2 Round-up: Did you miss anything today?

Jory Mackay
NAMM Day 2 Round-up: Did you miss anything today?

Day 2 and even more new gear announcements coming from Stateside with everything from Orange's valve tester to a new signature Slash amp, launching over the past 24 hours.

We've been receiving news all day long and will continue to cover everything as it happens at the Anaheim Convention Centre.

Once again, if you're visiting the show, be sure to swing by the New Bay Media stand in Hall B, booth 5761 to pick up a special NAMM edition of MI Pro.

For those of you who weren't able to make it over to NAMM this year, here are some of the top stories from the day:
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Guitar and Bass:

Guild announced all-new acoustic guitars and launched its Custom Shop in celebration of the company's 60th anniversary.

Fender announced a whole range of new amps as well as its Winter 2013 collection of acoustic guitars.

Marshall and Slash came together to announce the rocker's brand new 5-watt signature combo amp.

D'Addario gave us a first look at its new logo and launched a line of new strings.

Ibanez released its Iron Label guitars targeted directly at serious metal players.

Ernie Ball announced a new set of extra-strong strings to battle string breakage.

Hagstrom announced a new version of the Viking guitar.

Orange launched a high-tech valve tester.


Pro Audio and Recording:

Moog released the long-awaited new addition to its Phatty line - the Sub Phatty.

Korg resurrected the MS-20 in a miniature form and announced the 61-key KingKORG analog modelling synth.

Arturia showed us it's SparkLE hybrid hardware/software drum machine.

Akai announced the MPX8 eight-pad sample launcher.

Tascam released two new models in the Pocketstudio line.



Yamaha announced the Live Cusom series.

Tags: NAMM 2013 , NAMM Day 2

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