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A record-breaking 101,736 registrants and 1,726 exhibitors descended upon LA for NAMM 2016, in what was the biggest outing in the show’s 115-year history.
With the sun now set on another busy NAMM show, we’ve counted down the ten biggest stories from the past week here on MI Pro.
JHS has once again backed National Learn to Play Day by offering participating retailers a special trade discount on all orders placed off the back of the event.
Taylor Guitars has introduced TaylorSense, a new technology that monitors the condition of the guitar.
Peavey has announced the return of its Cirrus 4 bass guitar, along with a new guitar subwoofer and Piranha Micro ...
Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes and Deftones guitarist Stephen Carpenter will be appearing at the Orange Amplification booth (4890, Hall C) on Saturday, 23rd January 23rd.
Avid and Focusrite have announced that they are in ‘deep discussions’ over a new strategic partnership at NAMM 2016, although they have yet to disclose full details of the talks.
Pilgrim has showcased its new Morning Star banjo series, designed by luthier and musician Paul Tebbutt.
MI retailer Peterborough Music has been forced to close after more than three decades in business.
Mackie has lifted the lid on its new AXIS digital mixing system.
Electro-Voice has introduced its new ND Series of mics, expanding on the firm’s N/Dym Series.
Washburn Guitars has added three new models to its Ola England Signature Series of Parallaxe Solar guitars.
Fender has today unleashed its new Bassbreaker series of all-tube electric guitar amps.
Shure has introduced the world’s first ever dual-diaphragm handheld vocal mic in the form of the cardioid KSM8 Dualdyne.
Arturia has taken to the NAMM 2016 exhibition floor to unveil its new MatrixBrute analogue synth and KeyStep polyphonic sequencer.