NAMM is over. You may have seen Frank's video report posted yesterday, or the copious amount of coverage posted at our sister-site Gear Gods, but I thought I'd walk you through some of the coolest things I saw at the NAMM show.
Peavey had a bunch of cool licensed guitars from Marvel, Star Wars and, my favorite, their Walking Dead guitars you see above.
I never thought I could take a selfie at a NAMM show, but I did just that:
Fender was celebrating 60 years of their iconic Stratocaster design, and had the original models on hand:
Prince is not metal, although appreciated by many metalheads, and his guitar, from Schecter, is still a thing of beauty:
Satchel from Steel Panther also has an awesome-looking guitar, as modeled by the great Vince Neilstein:
One of the most opulent designs, a machine gun guitar:
This guitar from Charvelle may have been the prettiest one I saw at NAMM:
The dude from Ratt really knows how to design a sweet guitar:
The worst and most pointless guitars had to be these Playboy guitars. Who would buy these??
Finally, the coolest thing I saw at NAMM was this casette deck table aka the Tayble:
Outside the convention, there were some nice religious folks reminding us of our sins:
Even further out, at the Grove, I caught up with some guitar dorks for a photo sesh:
NAMM was a fun time. Catch up with more cover over at our sister site, Gear Gods.