Downsizing Is Good in Anaheim

If there’s one kind of technological development that every gigging musician likes, it’s the kind that makes one’s gear easier to deal with: smaller, lighter, less cumbersome, less logistically taxing. This year’s Winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show, held as usual in January at the Anaheim Convention Center in California, was a big winner in that department, full of products designed to help pare down and simplify.

At the top of the list were three new offerings in the Yamaha sector of the show, for more info.

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