2007 NAMM Report! So we have been back from the NAMM show for a week now and have finally caught up with all the email and orders! I'll cut right to it and say that this years show was excellent! The standout amps were once again the 65 Amps and for new models the new Marshall Vintage/Modern which is the best new Marshall that I've personally heard in a long time! The new JVM amps which are replacing the TSL's are also a big improvement. The new hand wired VOX AC15 was back to sounding like a real VOX. Fender has a new Tweed Deluxe that is very vintage looking and sounding. Ashdown is now under a new name which is Hayden. B52 has a new four channel head and a new AT Elite series head.The Vintage/Modern Marshall is a single channel amp with a foot switchable boost and low and high range settings with an extra preamp tube for the boost along with reverb. It's a KT66 based amp and really is the most versatile single channel Marshall I've ever heard. I may have to get a 50 watter to set on top of one of my vintage 8X10's!Below are a few pic's including the new Tweed Fender, The hand wired AC15, Eddie with his favorite fretless guitar and Jay with pretty outstanding Dean V, and a few outrageous Bass's. We were in the Fender room again Sunday morning where Eddie and Jay both played the new scalloped fret board Strat's where we were treated to an Yngwie warm up and sound check. We were only a black curtain away and as they say "the boy can play!" The BIG tube news is that we have samples of the first run of the new JJ KT66 tubes! Here are a few shots, they sound GREAT!