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    Sights and sounds from NAMM...

    http://www.hhaynes.com/gallery/
    The pictures were taken with a crappy PDA camera, so don't expect more than a simple "taste" of the happenings on the NAMM show floor.

    Sounds to come later - after cleanup (if possible) and upload.
    Houston Haynes - Titan Line Music

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    Re: Sights and sounds from NAMM...

    I am definetly going to NAMM next year: http://www.hhaynes.com/gallery/album...s/DSC00188.JPG
    Lincoln Flesch
    Diva, GPO, GOS, LastLibs Bass, Scarbee's SID, BFD, Post Emperor and the MAG.
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    Those girls were quite nice to talk to as well as look at. I think they appreciated my ability to maintain direct eye-to-eye contact.
    Houston Haynes - Titan Line Music

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    I can see how that would have presented some difficulties.

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    Re: Sights and sounds from NAMM...

    Yes! Booth babes! Thanks for the pics man.

    Seriously though, Houston, what was the MIDI controller this guy was playing?

    http://www.hhaynes.com/gallery/displ...album=2&pos=16

    Very curious about that one...
    Some experts learn more and more about less and less, until at last they know everything there is about nothing at all.

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    Re: Sights and sounds from NAMM...

    Quote Originally Posted by Alewis
    Yes! Booth babes! Thanks for the pics man.

    Seriously though, Houston, what was the MIDI controller this guy was playing?

    http://www.hhaynes.com/gallery/displ...album=2&pos=16

    Very curious about that one...
    Future Man!!! SWEET!!

    Check it out

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    Future Man!!! SWEET!!
    Whoa. THIS THING APPEARS TO K1CK 4$$.

    I've never seen anything quite like it. The nearest thing I could think of was the Starr Labs thing. But this Zendrum looks a lot more appealing, is focused on drums, and is cheaper too. And the wood craftsmanship really appeals to me as a guitarist.

    I'm not happy using my keyboard to do drum programming, and if you could really just tap on those pads lightly with fingertips instead of having to hit hard, as the site says, $1400 is worth it.

    Added to Favorites and tax deductions shortlist!
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    Re: Sights and sounds from NAMM...

    Quote Originally Posted by Link F.
    I am definetly going to NAMM next year: http://www.hhaynes.com/gallery/album...s/DSC00188.JPG
    !!! How could I miss this party!

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    Re: Sights and sounds from NAMM...

    Quote Originally Posted by Houston Haynes
    Those girls were quite nice to talk to as well as look at. I think they appreciated my ability to maintain direct eye-to-eye contact.
    Well you knew you had these pictures, right?

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    Re: Sights and sounds from NAMM...

    Houston said:
    Those girls were quite nice to talk to as well as look at. I think they appreciated my ability to maintain direct eye-to-eye contact.

    Alewis said:
    Yes! Booth babes! Thanks for the pics man.

    handz said:
    !!! How could I miss this party!
    What are you guys talking about? I meant the six-string behind them.
    Lincoln Flesch
    Diva, GPO, GOS, LastLibs Bass, Scarbee's SID, BFD, Post Emperor and the MAG.
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    "People demand freedom of speech to make up for the freedom of thought which they avoid."
    --Soren Aabye Kierkegaard (1813-1855)

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