Off to the 2017 Winter NAMM tomorrow. It is shaping up to be a banner show for modern guitarists, with new pedals coming from Earthquaker and Red Panda being unveiled. The new Blurst, a synth-like filter from EHX, should be just the tip of the sonic iceberg.
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Summer NAMM 2013
This year marked the first year NAMM’s summer display of goodies for guitarists (and other musicians) was housed in Nashville’s new Music City Center. It will also go down in SNAMM history as the “The Pedal Show”—it seemed like every other booth housed a plethora of effects pedals for guitar!
Summer NAMM starts Thursday. Next week Guitar Moderne will be bringing you a full report on all the new products of interest to modern guitarists. In the meantime, the Artiphon is something we missed last winter but will make a point to see this week.
NAMM 2013 for the Modern Guitarist
The 2013 Winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show had the most palpable excitement of any NAMM in the last five years. Whether from the rising economy, or because with the death of record sales, musicians need more instruments to play live, who can say? The bottom line is: this show was alive with fantastic new technology, much of it of special interest to the modern guitarist. There was way more than I can cover alone, but these were the products I found most interesting. Read on for words, pix, and vids of this year’s extravaganza. Keep in mind that NAMM unofficially stands for Not Available Maybe March (or May), so check the company sites for shipping dates.
Oz Noy in the Seymour Duncan booth, with Steve Ferrone and Darryl Jones. Poor kid can’t muster up a decent rhythm section.