Stop by and say “hi” at the DJ Expo in Atlantic City, NJ at Trump’s Taj Mahal. The expo starts on Monday, August 10 with seminars and workshops. Exhibits open at noon on Tuesday, August 11th and run through Thursday August 13th.
You can find Namba Gear at booth #903 during exhibit hours, or at the pool bar a little later in the evening; and we’ll be showing off the new Gear Wrap at the show!
Kemper Profiler Guitar Amp Bag
OEM means “Original Equipment Manufacturer”, so when we talk about OEM bags it means that Namba Gear will make bags for you with your branding. We can take our current bags & backpacks and embroider your logo, or help you custom design a bag for your specific product or needs.
We shop the China factories to place your bag with the best factory for your project. We also have a factory design team that can help modify a design to optimize manufacturing, keeping quality at the highest level while lowering costs. We even make bags for the medical equipment industry that must be ROHS approved where we handle the approval certification as well. You can check out some of our OEM bags here. Got a bag idea? Contact us [email protected], Subject Line: OEM Bags
Namba Gear owner, Woody Moran, was asked to perform an original song at the ASCAP Expo songwriter’s convention by hit songwriter Darrell Brown during Brown’s Master Session workshop. Brown has been credited with worldwide music sales of over seventy million units, as both a songwriter and producer, including the 2013 LeAnn Rimes album, Spitfire. Brown co-wrote the number 1 hit "You’ll Think of Me” by Keith Urban, which won the Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in 2006. Brown also co-wrote Urban’s smash hit "Raining on Sunday".
Moran’s song, “Whisper In The Night” co-written with Kelly Brightwell, received a huge positive response from Darrell and the packed house at the Hollywood Ballroom of the Loew’s Hotel where the event was held. Woody commented, “You know you’ve got something going on when Darrell jumps in and starts singing with you.” Regarding the Expo itself Moran said, “As always, ASCAP delivered tremendous knowledge and encouragement in just the right amounts.”
Our messenger bag inventory is too high. We closed our Rotterdam warehouse last year and moved all of our products to the Los Angeles, CA facility. Once it was all in one place, we realized that we need to sell some messenger bags. Like… right now! So our excess inventory problem becomes your opportunity to get a really great messenger bag at a great price. If you’ve been needing a new bag to carry your laptop or iPad, or even to carry mics, cables and stomp boxes, this is a right moment to get a new messenger bag. Hurry and make your selection now. This is a limited time offer. Products are limited. Click on the name of each bag to find out the super low price.
Kava Laptop Studio Bag
“The Kava has enough pockets for everything – two hard drives, my USB interface, the laptop, power supplies, my notebooks and calendars, pens, USB hubs, wireless mouse, phone, earbuds, iPod, iLok, firewire PCMCIA card and notes for my next meeting. This is New York City people; we don’t have cars. We have to carry it.”
J. Chris Griffin – (mix & mastering engineer, Madonna, Kanye West, John Legend), NYC, NY
Shaka Laptop Messenger
“My laptop is a portable studio as well as my lifeline away from the studio. I carry demos, record sessions all from my laptop and audio interface. I put my gear thru a lot, and safety counts! I’m a “bag guy” and I’ve gotta have a great bag. That’s why I chose the Shaka Laptop Messenger bag.”
Jeff Rona (TV & film composer, Chicago Hope, Brotherhood, Exit Wounds, Traffic), Los Angeles, CA
Kucha iPad Messenger
“I LOVE my Kucha iPad bag! This bag is so awesome. The quality is very high. The quality of the stitching on that bad boy is bulletproof. No loose threads or ripping fabric. I have jammed mine full of my iPad, gear, mics, pens, phone & cards & it has carried the day. Anyone that is looking for a lightweight, high quality carry bag for their iPad or other portable electronics can’t go wrong with Namba Gear!”
DJ Dr. Drax (ADJA National President & Executive Director) Glendale, AZ
We thought that our new show location was going to be a huge improvement over the past couple of years, but didn’t expect it to feel like home. At the front of the aisle was the Hammond Organ booth and across from it the Nektar keyboard booth. Steve and Greg from Hammond are both proud owners of Lil Namba Remix backpacks while Niels and Greg at Nektar are friends from M-Audio days. They asked us to enlarge the GoBoard MIDI keyboard bags to hold the top of the line Nektar controllers, which we are going to do.
Across the aisle from us was Roger Linn, famed in song and story for the ground breaking LM1 drum machine and the continuation product, the Akai MPC60. Roger has an amazing new controller called the LinnStrument that we highly endorse (and it fits in the new XXL Road Pack – see photo).
And right next door was synth legend Tom Oberheim’s Marion Systems. Marion reintroduced the Oberheim Expander Module several years ago, but now Tom has brought back the Oberheim Two Voice which features a step sequencer. It looked like the Two Voice would fit in the Juju Magic Bag, but it was about 1/2 inch too deep. We’ll fix that on the next production run of the Juju bags and make sure that it fits next time. (see photo).
Check out our Namba Gear Facebook page for more photos from the Anaheim 2015 NAMM show.
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