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Time marches on, and so does Martin Guitar - they've celebrated their 2,000,000th Martin with this special commemorative guitar - and yes, the watch is included.

 

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NAMM has been cracking down on checking IDs at the door, which is probably a good idea... but if they ever get serious about enforcing this "rule", I suspect the attendance figures will drop dramatically!

 

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What's this? A plastic violin? Well, yes, but not just any plastic violin - this one from 3Dvarius is apparently done with 3D printing...

 

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This is my dog Brandi. Brandi had a rough life at times before she came to live with us - she's a rescue dog. What does this have to do with NAMM? My wife sent this picture to me while I was at the show - it seems Brandi wasn't happy having me gone for most of the week...

 

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She was really happy when I finally got back home on Sunday!

 

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The nice folks at Cloud Microphones have a new Cloudlifter out. I was really impressed with the Cloudlifter Z when I reviewed it a while back, and now there's the Cloudlifter Zi, which incorporates even more features into an incredibly useful little blue box. It's not just for microphones anymore - it allows you to adjust your instrument impedance now too!

 

 

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Here's a couple of Fender Acoustics and a Custom Shop Art Deco Strat that they had out on display for Press Preview day.

 

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Gearsecure launched their free app at NAMM. The tracking units are extremely small and can be hidden in just about anything, and in such a way that a thief would never know. They're talking to manufacturers about installing them, and eventually they'll probably be available for post-purchase installations too. If it prevents gear from being stolen from hard-working musicians, that's nothing but a good thing!

 

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If there's one thing musicians are good at, it's setting their own trends, having their own style, following their muse and doing their own thing...

 

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This controller tablet from Sensel seemed pretty interesting. Instead of buying a bunch of different controllers, this allows you to modify the basic unit with different control surface overlays - and not just drum machine style pads and keyboards, but all kinds of surfaces, including QWERTY keyboards, drawing surfaces, drum pads...

 

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The Ultimate Ears Sound Tap is a very clever little box that's designed to interface with your existing PA system and provides a quick easy interface for IEMs.

 

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