I think that this Alice would give Grace Slick nightmares even with her head resting on her surrealistic pillow.
Something tells me you're not going to be putting that amp in the living room like you've been wanting to do.
This furniture purchase just might make it past your significant other.
Maybe if Wyle E. Coyote used a Latch Lake stand to suspend his anvil (instead of that Acme crap) he could have scored dinner.
The GaffGun is a brilliant little device for taping down cables.
Hiring some destitute person to wear this suit would still leave them strapped for cash.
…by way of piece of Hollow Fiber Foamresin Compound.
Nothin reminds you of your mortality like a skull on your back.
AFAICR IDK IDFSA FWIW
Seeing a Wordpress booth at NAMM created a different sort of WTF moment for me. I deal with Wordpress all the time and it's produced a healthy dislike.
Calzone has solved the problem of dreary flight cases that you didn't know you had.
I've got the smaller Nissan NV van, and mine has both sides intact.
No, really, I'd like to know where you got them.
This resin-as-coffee gag was to promote the utility of keyboard covers but I'd like to have one just to mess with friends.
I think that Bridgecraft is planning on fielding a truly big band. Two years ago they had a giant Flying V guitar and in 2009 an enormous Hoffner bass. Within the next couple of years I'm expecting a drum kit.
This Twin goes to 11-hundred. I think Fender and Bridgecraft need to collaborate.
Diagonal stripes typically denote a warning of some sort, as if that general outfit wasn’t warning enough.
The products from Apora are large, red, and have a lot of components inside them too.
Except made of plastic, removable, and non-lethal. Other than that they're just the same.
Yeah, this was a little odd, but really I used it as an opportunity for an old school selfie. Just wanted to show off the beard I started growing right after the previous NAMM Show.
The color of these light-up, hand-held fan sticks can be remote-controlled to create synchronized colors in the audience.
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