After reading the IronBunny website I was pleased to find that Mr. Bunny-san is from the 24th century, which means that he has to know the famous Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century.
The Cosmic Truss has a distinctly pasta-like appearance but is likely more structurally sound.
I don't know what this contraption has to do with twisted guitar necks but it was photo-worthy in any case.
I beleive I may have seen a hipster writing a screenplay on one of these at non-corporate-affiliated, fair-trade, locally-sourced coffee shop.
This triggered another Brazil connection– that is, if Archibald Tuttle was a woman and was a roadie instead of a freelance heating and cooling repairman.
Posteriorial consistency while on the road is an oft-overlooked issue. Now you can take your newest favorite chair with you.
Why just bring a chair on tour when you can bring a bed, too? Your tour manager will love saving the money they would have spent on hotel rooms.
This brass knuckle mic accessory should do an admirable job of discouraging fans from rushing the stage.
[insert blithe political comment here]
I think they missed a naming opportunity for their humidity control device. This may be one of the last companies in the world without a website.
Both fog and bubbles exist in nature, but fog bubbles are an abomination.
My first question to the VocalMist folks had to do with the options for mist "flavoring" that may or may not be legal in your state.
In only fifteen minutes a day, you won't have to worry about getting sand kicked in your face by those other muscle-bound lungs at the beach.
After taking a hit from the VocalMist you can use this to measure your progress.
Some companies would do well to consult a native speaker in the country in which they are planning to do business.
NAMM had their own entries in the humongous instrument category scattered here and there at the show.
Should an aging rock star fall victim to the march of time, there is a fast response team poised and ready for action. The team's vehicle is styled for the era in which said rock star likely was born, so as to keep them calm.
With this guitar you shouldn't have any trouble connecting with your audience.
As I thought about the name Boytone, I considered the idea that they were implying that this turntable produced a full spectrum experience, from the lowest tones of a Barry White the the highest yelp of a Jon Anderson. I then listened to it and promptly discarded that theory.
The classic photo booth gets a high tech refresh that includes one-way glass, a touch screen, and photo previews. I'm curious if the Photo Booth Girl would find these attractive?
I saw this and was immediately taken back the local Alpha Beta grocery store of my youth. When your TV was on the blink you could test out the tubes to figure out what needed replacing. It was a different technological age.
A film composer I know named Brian Ralston showed me a recording from a recent film he scored that was a cassette shell with a USB drive inside.
Epilog often has demo pieces that have absolutely nothing to do with musical instruments, and it doesn't bother me one bit.
I like how the picture of Victor Wooten in the next booth over seems to be keeping an eye on the Skull Strings mascot.
MXL has three models of their 990 mic: the Patriot, Blizzard, and Blaze. I don't know that I need a red, white and blue mic but I do kind of like the LEDS in the other two.
(I want to add something about the red, white, and blue mic being rust-proofed to withstand the flying spittle of frothing wingnut podcasters, but that's probably ill-advised.)
The infinite mirror trick seemed to be in vogue this year. I saw at least three booths with displays using that effect.
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