NAMM 2012 Day 1


January 20, 2012 by Tim

I figured I would just do giant Photo dumps and do an end post with all the cool stuff
Here is day 1


13 thoughts on “NAMM 2012 Day 1

  1. Thanks a lot for this album. Huge collection ! I put a link to this album from our website

  2. Tim, THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I loved seeing NAMM thru your camera. Great pics and great looking new ukes!

  3. Gmoney says:

    Tim, awesome photos! Love seeing the constant stream of ukes of so many shapes & sizes. Endorphin rush! Keep ’em coming!

  4. bonesigh says:

    Almost glad I’m not there! I’d have to buy one, but which one, I could never choose! Thanks for the tour.

  5. Andy Beal says:

    Awesome photos of some great looking ukuleles! Thanks for sharing!

  6. ukulefty says:

    I’ve had to pick my jaw up off the ground after viewing all those photos. Way to really get the UAS kicking into high gear, haha! You have to post some more about those sweet surfboard style electric ukes. I’m intrugued!

  7. Patrick Boyer says:

    Thanks. Great looking show. After looking through your pics, I will definitely make the next one. The Kamaka uke is awesome. Reminds me of Chuck Moore’s designs. Take care and post some more, Patrick

  8. Jeff Smith says:

    Great photos Tim! What model camera are you using?

  9. Hansol says:

    Thanks for the photos. I am just so curious about img_5965 (4th photo).
    Are they Semi Hollow Body electric ukuleles with steel strings?
    Where could I get the manufacturer information? Thanks.

  10. bigred1951 says:

    Absolutely great photos!! What a great experience to be there. I only wish that some of the photo’s were captioned as they piqued my interest!

  11. When did this become a porn site?

  12. uke says:

    Definitely a new world as far as the uke resurgance is concerned.

  13. Whoa… A ton of great pics. Did you get any pics of guitars, or other instruments?

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