As some of you know I got to go to NAMM in Anaheim CA with Takamine Guitars. NAMM is a trade show for all of the folks that make the music industry go. Some big rollers, managers, artists, and players of all sorts participate in NAMM. I’m very thankful to be a part of the Takamine artists family.
The show was full of folks, but I mainly hung out with the people on the Fender Guitar booth. Fender owns the right to distribute Takamine, Ovation, Guild, Grestch, and many other well known brands.
Here’s a few pics from the show. Hope you enjoy and if you like to ask any questions or make any comments, feel free to email me personally email@example.com as I disable comments due to too much spam. (not the boxed kind of meat)
First time for me to have a board like this! 🙂
In front of Takamine booth with my new guitar! Takamine P7NC
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Nick Campling(pic below), inventor of the G7th Capo. My most favorite capo of all!
Met another guy who was an artist for Boulder Creek Guitars named Lance Allen, except spelled Allyn.
How cool? What are the odds??
I was in the list of folks to play, with some other amazing artists from around the world.
Overall fun trip and I look forward to doing more things like that this year!
Big thanks to David Gonzalez and Takamine A&R David Vincent for having me out. Thanks to Danny Guion for being really cool guy to hang with and my bro Brian Blood.
Thanks also to Mike Markure who is the fella who started my relationship with Takamine Guitars.