Any NAMM rumors?

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I wish Yamaha would offer more than a handful of colors on all their drums, except PHX. I would LOVE to see an end to all satin finishes, just boring boring boring to me. Rant over.
 

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what’s funny is that I could 100% see John good sitting there tapping on 23.5 shells explaining how that extra .5 inches makes all the difference in the world.
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I wonder if Mapex will bring back mydentity...maybe supporting higher shell lines.

I'd like to see something like Alesis/Yamaha/Roland offer cheaper pads with sampling etc for us non pros....
 

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Never did NAMM, have always been on the fence if it was something I wanted to do or not. Is it cool? Think I would rather do Chicago drum show where it feels like there's more to buy.
 

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Never did NAMM, have always been on the fence if it was something I wanted to do or not. Is it cool? Think I would rather do Chicago drum show where it feels like there's more to buy.
It will definitely be cool your first time (and it was cool back in the day). I started going to NAMM around '98 and have gone somewhat regularly -- I've skipped a few years here and there. If you like to see more than just drums, it can be a neat place (though there's plenty to see in the drums section). It just seems to have gotten louder and louder (or I'm just getting older and older -- this one is a fact, ain't it?).
 

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Never did NAMM, have always been on the fence if it was something I wanted to do or not. Is it cool? Think I would rather do Chicago drum show where it feels like there's more to buy.
NAMM is still a trade show, so almost all the buying is done in the form of orders by dealers that will be delivered to them later. I believe some of the exhibitors at NAMM will sell some of their display items, but it's not a "shopping" show like Chicago is.
 

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Sweetwater just sent an email with new NAMM releases from Tama, PDP, Sonor, Meinl, Ludwig, Yamaha and Roland. Ludwig seems to have a couple of new finishes for the NeuSonic line, that was the only thing that caught my eye.
 

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Paiste added some new stuff and brought back some old stuff to their site/lineup today.
- 19” & 20” Signature Power Crashes
- 20” & 22” Signature Power Rides
- 14” & 15” Signature Power Hats
- 14” Signature Heavy Hats
- 22” Signature Mellow Ride

That’s all I noticed. There may be more. I know I’m buying a new 22” Sig Power ride and 19” Sig Power crash for sure. Once they hit stores lol.
 
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