NAMM 2012 Approaches, And We Have It Covered


A new year of course brings with it a host of brand new products, the majority of which will be making their debut appearance at NAMM 2012.

Manufacturers the world over will be descending on Anaheim, California, to show off everything from the latest DJ controllers, through studio interfaces and line array speakers, to brand new guitars, basses and amplifiers. As you might imagine, we’re as excited as you are to see which companies will be making the biggest splash with new technology, and which will be updating old classics. Of course, as soon as we know what’s out, you will too.

Visitors will be able to find all of the event’s breaking news – along with the facility to pre-order new products –  across every day of the show via our magazine and news tabs, both of which will be full of stories and offers. There will doubtless be a huge amount launching this year, so we’ll make sure that we pick out all the highlights and get you word of them first.

Keep an eye on DV247 over January, especially because some news will likely air the day before NAMM, as some manufacturers like to beat the rush. In fact, some companies have gotten the jump on everyone else and have started to give sneak previews as of… now! Take a look at the Hughes & Kettner Tubemeister 5, a 5-Watt tube amplifier with a 12AX7 tube pre-amp and two channels. Why not take a look?

As for NAMM, we’ll see you there. A happy new year to the lot of you, and let us know if there’s anything you hope will be launching in 2012 – we’ll see if your wish list comes true!


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Having spent his life changing strings in guitar shops, writing and editing news and reviews of the latest music gear and gigging in admittedly-short-lived bands, Rob's particular passions lie with all things six-string and the bodger's world of home production. While he is perhaps not hugely rock and roll, his efforts as a biographer of those who are allow him to at least live a little vicariously through them, which is almost as good. Feel free to drop him a line for help, advice, or just to chat, but be warned: he does go on a bit.

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