A few photos from the 2010 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA. Namba Gear was located in the technology section of NAMM next to our good friends at Bias software and Apogee. Here is our booth with Akai APC40 resting in the open Studio Backpack. Notice the “sneak peak” of the new Midnight Blue Limited Edition Backpacks on the top of the shelf, and our buddy Fred the Mannequin displaying a Mayan Brown Remix Backpack.
Namba Gear owner Woody Moran (l) with Shaka Laptop Messenger Bag owner Jamez Bernardi (r) helping out at the Namba Gear booth. Nice t-shirt Jamez.
We noticed right away that Jamez has a “special talent” and was really good at making friends and showing off the Samba Personal Stash Bag. Pictured writer/reporter Amy Kelly (l) and Jamez (r).
Great friend, Grammy Award winning producer, and Namba Gear endorser Jason Miles (l) with Woody (r). Jason uses the Big Namba Studio Backpack, Kava Laptop Messenger and just purchased a Samba Personal Stash Bag.
Namba Gear co-sponsored a Fiesta Latina concert along with other companies represented in Latin America by Studio Sound International (SSI). From left to right Marco Renteria (bass), Norman Merten (guitar), Waldo Madera (drums) and SSI owner Chris “Fingers” Adams on keys.
By the time the fantastic Marco Mendoza Trio arrived on stage for a smokin’ set, things were starting to get a little fuzzy. At the time, we actually thought that this was a really good photo of the band taken from the house console. Sorry, this is the best photo we have of the band, but the music was an incredible treat.
It was not an unusual sight to find folks trying on the bags to see how they fit. Pictured are proud new Namba Gear owners Rebecca and Rene.
Several of the people who purchased bags while at the show promised to send us photos of their travels with Namba Gear. We’re looking forward to posting their photo adventures here, and/or on Facebook and MySpace. If you aren’t already our friend on these social networks, please friend us.
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