For guitarists who are looking for new sounds, beyond the limits of their guitar’s six strings, effects pedals offer an endless range of possibilities. Studio engineers created the first guitar “effects” in the 1940s by manipulating reel-to-reel tapes. Later, bulky stand-alone effects units were used.
Peavey’s Vypyr Pro modeling amp offers realistic tube sounding distortion, plus more than 500 presets and 100 models of effects, reverbs, delays, amps, and even instrument models for almost limitless combinations. Vypyr Pro can run up to four amplifier models in parallel. With five parameters to control effects, multiple delay types, microphone simulated direct interface (MSDI), effects loop, and MIDI control it allows players the ultimate in customization in a single combo amp.
The Samson Meteorite is a USB condenser microphone that produces rich audio recordings for any application. Featuring a 14mm diaphragm, the Meteorite’s smooth, flat frequency response and CD-quality 16-bit, 44.1/48kHz resolution give you professional sound reproduction features in an ultra-portable design. The Meteorite mounts to a removable magnetic base that gives the mic a full range of motion. Start recording right out of the box. There is no need for drivers. The mic can be directly connected to any computer or tablet via its integrated USB cable and is compatible with most computer-based digital audio software.
The DigiTech RP360XP guitar multi-effect processor is packed with a truckload of iconic amps, cabs, and stompboxes. The intuitive LCD interface makes it easy to explore and nail the perfect tone. Along with its stunning arsenal of effects, the RP360XP gives you a built-in expression pedal, a 40-second looper, 198 presets, a USB port, configurable […]