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Thirty Products Featured This Month at The NAMM Show By Brian Berk Some of the main reasons to attend The NAMM Show are products, products and more products. But if you can’t attend the show or you do attend and would rather not have to write down all the information about a plethora of new product releases, here is your one-stop resource for the latest new products The NAMM Show has to offer. Due to tight printing deadlines, not everything could make this issue, so check out the February issue for plenty more product writeups.

Make a Move CHAUVET DJ introduced GigBAR Move, now with moving heads. This next generation of lighting represents the culmination of feedback from CHAUVET DJ end users and thoughtful solutions from in-house product developers. GigBAR Move is a five-in-one, pack-andgo lighting system with two 10-watt, quad-colored (RGB+UV) LED moving heads, wash PARs, derbies, strobes and laser dynamics all on one bar. The unit comes ready for effortless setup with a tripod and wireless footswitch, along with a user-friendly LCD menu that makes programming a cinch, stated the company. GigBAR Move is positioned as the next tier in entertainmentlighting standards, making its debut as a convenient yet powerful choice for mobile entertainers. Booth 11138

Power Player Electro-Harmonix unveiled the compact 5MM Guitar Power Amplifier, which produces 2.5 watts and can be connected directly to an 8 Ω – 16 Ω speaker cabinet. The 5MM is equipped with a volumecontrol and a bright/norm switch which, when engaged, adds top boost or presence to the signal. The 5MM comes equipped with a power supply. Booth 5249

Hello, Dolly! The ProX X-BP8X30-10X24 Baseplate Dolly is a base plate storage system and transport system. This rolling dolly has fitted racks for base plates to be stacked vertically, saving time when you set up or tear down an event. The dual fit allows each cart to hold either 10 24-inch or eight 30-inch baseplates (24-inch and 30-inch baseplates cannot be mixed on a single cart). In addition to the transport of both steel and/or aluminum baseplates, there are four telescoping brackets that come out of the cart frame, which allow the cart to carry one stick of truss on each side. Four industrial-grade full-swivel wheels (two with brakes) also allow for a much more maneuverable cart. Booth 11226

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JANUARY 2020

Profile for Music & Sound Retailer

Music & Sound Retailer January 2020, Vol 37 No 1  

In our NAMM Show Issue, we offer an exclusive interview with Bernie Williams, a look at the reformative powers of music, a special Q&A with...

Music & Sound Retailer January 2020, Vol 37 No 1  

In our NAMM Show Issue, we offer an exclusive interview with Bernie Williams, a look at the reformative powers of music, a special Q&A with...