Check out Effectsdatabes.com for an overview of the pedals that were released at the Musikmesse 2012. I played a bunch of them and here are my highlights in random order!
The 3 new Bogner pedals sounded fantastic. You can expect from Reinhold that he won´t release anything up to his high standards and there DELIVERED! I personally loved the Red one the most but all 3 of them sounded great. Their price isn´t set yet but will be around or below 250euro. I´m pretty sure these will sell very good.
Bogner was sharing the booth with Egnater and they also had 2 pedals on display. I really liked the Overdose, very cool layout with an OD and a booster pedal, they can be used independently and you can set the order of them. The Jones control and Tight switch add plenty of versatility!
The guys from Elmwood already had the prototype of the Woodpecker at the Musikmesse 2011 and were now showing the production version. It sound big and fat into their new Modena20 head (more about that later). They also had their first distortion pedal on display. It´s still being fine-tuned but it sounded really promising, delivering that Elmwood crunch tone and a lot more. The Distortion should be available later this year.
TC Electronic added another pedal to their TonePrint range although this one does´t come with a TonePrint-option. From clean to not so clean boost, the Spark Booster delivers a great kick in the nuts. The Fat/Clean/Mid toggle adds a lot of versatility and gets you 3 different flavours.
And finally there was Paul Lenders/Guitarsystems who were showing their entire range of pedals. A lot of great stuff, my personal standouts were the brandspanking new Drivetool, the Vibetool and the Trebletool. These pedals are easily spotted as the come with their own design footswitch, it looks great works perfect and should give you many years of stomping pleasure.