Have you ever wondered how the Namm Show is? It's loud, it's busy, it's packed with people, it nearly breaks you and yet somehow it's still fun. Explain that! :)
This is my short vlog I managed to shoot at Namm 2020. I'm sorry for not having more "real" content in this one (for example the actual artists I'm talking about) but I really couldn't film all the time. Again, sorry for that.
Still, I found it cool enough to put it out because it captures the vibes of the show.
Gear I use in my videos:
-Fender Telecaster Custom Shop '53 reissue
(a similar custom shop tele: https://bit.ly/2KFVJld)
-Gibson Les Paul Custom Shop '58 reissue https://bit.ly/2FxKvek
-Harley Benton Fusion-II Roasted SSP https://bit.ly/31FVawf
-Gibson ES-335 Traditional
(here's a specs wise very similar ES-335: https://bit.ly/2pTo92j)
-Barocsi "Frankenstrat" (2000 Fender American Standard body + Warmoth neck)
-Gibson Les Paul CM 2015 - heavily modified (thin nitro refin; Lollar Dog Ear P90; Emerson electronics)
-Barocsi Exploder - with a Gibson 498T in the bridge and a Gibson 57 Classic in the neck position
-Barocsi Troublecaster - Custom built T-style guitar with Gretsch Filtertrons
-Wampler Mini Ego: https://bit.ly/2POViX5