NAMM 2015 is here and we've got access to information on all the latest gear. Below are some of the highlights of the show, with more information on each product available on the individual pages.

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  • Fender's 2015 line-up includes a whole host of HH, HSH and HSS Standard models, as well as new signature models for Iron Maiden, Geddy Lee and Sergio Vallin, of Latin American band Mana.
  • TC Electronic are out to prove they're all about the bass with new K Series Bass Cabs, available in a range of speaker sizes. Guitarists haven't been forgotten either, with new Uni-Vibe and Phaser TonePrint pedals.
  • For the first time in 20 years Roland have released a new analogue synth, the Roland JD-Xi. Featuring an analogue engine as well as SuperNATURAL technology, this is a compact keyboard with serious capability. That's not all Roland have unveiled though: a new Aira MX-1 Mixer, SUPER UA audio interface and a range of drum triggers are on the way too.
  • The guitarist's best friend, BOSS, has announced a range of new products including a fully-fledged pedal switching unit, a new vocal ambience pedal and a premium bass overdrive.
  • The masters of the retro synth have released the long-anticipated ARP Odyssey reissue, as well as brand new Kaoss series products. MS-20 fans will be happy to see a rack module will soon be available too!
  • A new range of Crush amps from the iconic british brand featuring all-analogue signal path, new CabSim headphone output and other professional features! Sizes range from a practice-perfect 12 watt, to a gig-ready 35 watt with reverb.
  • Pioneer are exhibiting the brand new all-in-one XDJ-RX DJ System, alongside the limited edition DDJ-SZ N, in a luxurious gold finish.
  • Two new products from vocal effect experts TC-Helicon: The Ditto Mic Looper, a simple but effective platform for vocal looping, and the MP-76, a brand new mic featuring multiple buttons for control of compatible TC-Helicon effects units.
  • Get yourself a real, American, Martin Guitar for less than £600 with the new Dreadnought Junior, featuring Fishman electronics!
  • Promising "unprecedented control of your virtual instruments", the new Akai Advance keyboards are sure to impress with a full colour screen, RGB colour pads and extensive hardware controls.
  • Bass, Electric, Acoustic and Music come together to create the ID:CORE BEAM, with presets for each instrument and an integrated bluetooth music player, perfect for the home.
  • It's been 5 years since the original Launchpad was launched, so it's only right that we should get a hugely upgraded Launchpad Pro!
  • Now updated to feature a new gain control, 1/4" amp output and Android compatibility, the iRig 2 looks set to continue the legacy of the original model, the world's most popular guitar interface.