NAMM 2019: The best guitars, amps and pedals of Day 4

Five highlights from the last day of NAMM 2019

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NAMM 2019 has been an absolute treat, and before we officially sign off from this year’s biggest show we’ve got some highlights from Day 4. Here are five of today’s best guitar, pedal and amp launches:

Three new Teisco pedals

Teisco has made a grand return with three new pedals: the Teisco Delay, Teisco Fuzz and Teisco Boost. Each of these feature boutique quality at affordable price tags.

Cort Little CJ Walnut

It’d be unwise to underestimate Cort’s latest addition to its acoustic guitar range. What the Little CJ Walnut lacks in size, it makes up in sound, as our demo above shows.

Rob Chapman launches Snake Oil

Rob Chapman has announced a new brand of pedals, Snake Oil. He describes it as “Americana, Victoriana and slightly steampunk”. He shares more in the video above.

Alexander Pedals Radical Delay DX

Joining Alexander Pedals’ Neo Series is an updated take on the brand’s Radical Delay. The new unit packs six delay modes into a compact enclosure.

Heritage masterbuilt custom guitars

Heritage has launched a special run of masterbuilt guitars overseen by longtime Master Builder, Pete Farmer. You’ll find plenty to love in each of these four unique instruments.

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