Product & Industry News for the Week of Aug. 9

Neunaber Audio of Orange, Ca. has released Illumine, the company’s latest reverb pedal. In a press release, the company said its new “reverb machine” includes “17 studio-quality reverbs, 50 presets, MIDI and powerful expression control, [and] comes in a low-power, pedalboard-friendly package with top jacks.”

The Illumine reverb pedal is available online at


Gibson has announced the members of its Gibson Generation Group, Class of 2023. In a press release, the company said, “The Gibson Generation Group, or Gibson G3, is Gibson’s two-year, global mentoring program for a diverse new generation of guitar players, songwriters, and music creators. A global collective of talented musicians, Gibson G3 members receive one-on-one career growth opportunities, mentoring, and develop lasting connections in the music industry from the Gibson Leadership and Cultural Influence teams. Gibson Generation Group artists attain global, one-of-a-kind performance opportunities with music superstars, brand, and festival partners, participate in global advertising campaigns, as well as create, and receive quality content and promotion to build their audience to hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide.”

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Because of a new partnership between music publisher Hal Leonard and Disney Music Publishing, arrangers may now self-publish their own sheet music adaptations of songs from Disney movies on the ArrangeMe platform.

In a press release, Hal Leonard said, “The ArrangeMe platform enables songwriters, composers, and arrangers to publish and sell their sheet music arrangements of popular songs, public domain works, and original compositions through the world’s top online sheet music retailers. Via integrations with retailers Sheet Music Plus, Sheet Music Direct, and Noteflight Marketplace, sheet music published through ArrangeMe is available for purchase by millions of musicians worldwide.”

ArrangeMe is available online at


Gretsch Drums has announced the release of its new 5″x14″ Black Nickel over Steel snare drum (BNS).

In a press release, Gretsch said, “The new snare is a shallower version of the highly affordable 6.5×14 BNS. Like its larger sibling it provides an ideal balance of power, sensitivity, beauty, and value all in one snare drum. The 1.2mm, 10 lug-steel shell has a wide tuning range; from a loose, slow, dry sound to a very sharp, bold, and bright attack. It features 2.5mm triple-flanged hoops, an adjustable throw-off, 20-strand snare wire, Remo® Control sound drumheads, 45 degree bearing edges and a mirror-like black nickel plating as a stunning metallic finish.”

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