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January 16, 2013 | Merchandise Center closed next week (1/21-20)


Once again we're packing the bags for this week's 2013 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, California, looking forward to 5 football fields full of musical gear: guitars, PA, keyboards, lighting, band and orchestral instruments, folk acoustic, and a plethora of new print materials and accessories, along with hooking up with some old industry friends. Like we've done the past decade, we'll continue to post live pictures of interesting and drool-worthy mandolin relevant products on our Facebook Page and over at the Mandolin Cafe discussion board.

We'll be meeting with Bruce, Cameron, and crew at Weber (now merged with Two Old Hippies and Breedlove), hoping to see a classical mandolin string project finished at D'Addario (three years in the works), the new Fender Mando-Strat electric mandolin, and as always, we anticpate surprises!

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Since the crew will be away from the office, we'll be temporarily shutting down the JazzMando Merchandise Center next week. We resume shipping of strings, cloths, picks, and books on Tuesday, January 29. If you can get your order in before midnight Sunday (1/20), we'll be sure to get your order processed before we leave.

2012 NAMM Convention

Posted by Ted at January 16, 2013 5:15 AM

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