Winter NAMM 2017

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We couldn’t decide which was our fave among James Trussart’s many funky-cool guitars at #NAMM2017. What’s your pick?
Experience Winter NAMM 2017 with James Patrick Regan
Experience Winter NAMM 2017 with James Patrick Regan
Experience Winter NAMM 2017 with James Patrick Regan
Experience Winter NAMM 2017 with James Patrick Regan
Strymon’s new Riverside multi-stage overdrive pedal was front and center for players to try out at the company’s #NAMM2017 booth. The pedal offers harmonically rich drive inspired by vintage tube amps yet with a multitude of controls to shape your sound. It seems to be all sweet spot! And in that gold box, it’s a looker…
The very gracious Carolyn Sills and Richard Hoover of The Santa Cruz Guitar Company at #NAMM2017
Magnatone’s stand at #NAMM2017 was crowned by this stunner — a Super Fifty-Nine Mark II amp all dressed up for a rocking night out. It doesn’t get much more stylish than that.
Magnatone’s lineup of amps inspired some hot rockabilly picking.
John Mayer demoing his new PRS signature amp. #NAMM2017
Luis Maldonado from the band Train noodling on a Ronin Mornignstar through a new Sound City SC30 at the 2017 NAMM show. #NAMM2017
Get your clock rocked at #NAMM2017! Rocking The Clock brought us down memory lane with these unique clocks built from treasures of the past. Go check them out!
Gretsch’s #NAMM2017 tribute to Duane Eddy featured Duane himself — playing a trio of Gretsch Guitars, naturally, including a new, specially made double-cut baritone guitar that was ideal for those lowdown twang licks Eddy’s famed for. He wailed away on a great set of his classic tunes, from “Yep!” to “Shazam,” to the obvious joy of a tiny select crowd on Thursday night. He was then joined on stage by none other than Jeff Beck for a playful guitar duel! Gretsch’s Joe Carducci and his team sure can host a party! (Photo by Eric Fairchild/courtesy of Gretsch Guitars)
Duane Eddy and Jeff Beck go head to head during their top-secret showcase.
One more pic of Jeff Beck and Duane Eddy’s guitar duel.
Zachary Vex of ZVex explains at #NAMM2017 the workings of his Candela VibroPhase — the world’s first candle-powered guitar effect. Yes, you read right. Candle-powered, with just a single tea candle sending its oomph to solar cells. Designed for fans of the 1800s, this steampunk Uni-Vibe creates sounds from subtle vibrato to Leslie-like phasing. And now, ZVex has launched a VibroPhase for the rest of us, powered by a 9-volt battery
ZVex’s new VibroPhase pedal — for fans of the 2010s.
Germany’s Teuffel Guitars displayed one of their innovative models at NAMM.
Experience Winter NAMM 2017 with James Patrick Regan
Experience Winter NAMM 2017 with James Patrick Regan
Experience Winter NAMM 2017 with James Patrick Regan
Experience Winter NAMM 2017 with James Patrick Regan
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