Thursday, August 24, 2017
Preview Day - January 18, 2017
Taylor Guitars introduced several new models for 2017 at the Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California last week and we’re especially excited about the new Academy Series and the GS Mini Bass. Master Guitar Builder Andy Powers chatted with us while at the show and said, “As guitar builders and musicians, one of the things that is important to us is we want people to be playing music. Music is way too important to leave it up to the professionals so we want people to be able to incorporate music making as part of their lifestyle. So we wanted to build instruments that would hopefully break down some of those barriers to entry.”
Artist Signature Models Celebrate Brad Paisley, Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison and More; New Electric Guitar, Bass Colors Draw Inspiration From Vintage Car Paint Hues HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. (July 13, 2017) – Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC) introduces a record five new...
The mighty uke was again fully represented this year at NAMM by many manufacturers in all the usual shapes, sizes and gorgeous designs. Kala Brand Music was onsite at Media Day which is held the day before NAMM and is just a teaser into what will be shown at manufacturers’ booths during the NAMM Show. 
Not only did D’Angelico Guitars make a custom Bob Weir Deluxe SS model guitar, just for the artist, they hosted a special invitation only event at Winter NAMM 2017 on January 20, 2017 to see Bob in action playing his new...
Day 3 - January 21, 2017 Saturday is usually the busiest day at NAMM and journalists need some time to regroup, or have a space to prepare their day. In Hall E in the main area of the Convention Center,...
PRESS RELEASE:  The global music industry is busy designing new products, dreaming up events and crafting creative marketing themes in preparation for the NAMM Show’s return to the Anaheim Convention Center, January 23-26, 2014. Manufacturers, retailers and other professionals...
Teton Guitars showcased their new models at The NAMM Show January 18-22 on their front porch at Booth #4430. The CEO of Teton Guitars, Tana Stahn, was onsite to discuss their new models and the company. Stay tuned for our interview with Ms. Stahn to discuss women in the music industry.
Known as the “Six String Siren” to her fans, after hearing Diana Rein play, I can certainly understand why. This singer-songwriter from Los Angeles performed at the D&A Guitar Gear Booth at the 2017 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA and is their first female endorsed artist. With her strat in hand, a suitcase kick drum/tambourine, and her powerful vocals, she put on one heck of a “one woman” show.