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Sennheiser launch HD 660 S headphones and IE 800 S in-ears

Sennheiser have dropped two new seriously high-end headphones on us, namely the HD 660 S over-ears and the IE 800 S in-ears. Both products are designed to appeal to the audiophile market. If you want either of these pieces of gear, you better have deep pockets. The HD 660 S will set you back [...]

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Interview w. SoundBrake 2.0 headphones awareness device inventor

The SoundBrake 2.0 headphone awareness device has created quite a buzz on Kickstarter, with the project target being smashed four times over. The original goal of $3000 has been met with $14,468 worth of pledges, and there’s still 24 days to go. The device works with all headphones, [...]

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Get tones off My Bloody Valentine’s Loveless with Robert Keeley Loomer

After a great success with the Dark Side and Monterey, Robert Keeley has now come with a stomp box with Loveless tones in it. The Keeley Loomer packs the hypnotizing tones created by Kevin Shields for My Bloody Valentine’s groundbreaking 1991 album Loveless. He relied on producing [...]

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Paul Gilbert demos new Pigtronix Philosopher’s Tone Micro compressor

Pigtronix have fittingly compressed the Philosopher’s Tone into a new smaller package, the Philosopher’s Tone Micro. The compression and sustain pedal is now available in a 3.75” x 1.5” x 1.75” format, instead of the original, which measured 4.4″ x 2.4″ x [...]

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Converse announces ridiculous fake wah pedal shoe, the All Wah

You may have heard of the Converse All Wah, high top sneaker with a built-in wah pedal. Converse announced the product yesterday and guitar mags and music sites have eaten it up, but is there any substance to it? You might remember KFC’s edible nail polish, supposedly released in Hong [...]

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