Monster’s 37th NAMM show was one for the history books. It seemed like every musician, producer, engineer, dealer, and rep that helped us build the Monster Cable Prolink line was in town and stopped by. All genres and eras were represented from Stevie Wonder and Jermaine Jackson, to Slayer and Ozzy, and the emerging acts of tomorrow.
Monster’s heritage is deeply rooted in modern pro audio starting the chain of Pure Monster Sound. In 1979, Head Monster Noel Lee focused on delivering the best audio experience possible. There was no better place to start than right at the beginning, the musician’s instrument.
This year we showed the all-new Monster Cable Prolink line with our strongest custom design connector ever. The line features a full mix of instrument, speaker, and mic cables built to fit your style.
Also new for this year was the Monster Tour Essentials line of mobile products for the touring musician. Must have gear when heading out on the road. Be it a 40 date tour or just a weekend on the road, Monster’s Tour Essentials keep you connected.
Here’s some snaps from the show…
Stevie Wonder gets his ears on the new Monster Blaster Boom Box.
Gary Holt (Slayer, Exodus)
Lita Ford gets some quality time with the Head Monster.
Doyle (Misfits) and Alissa (Arch Enemy) get a close look at the new Prolink line.
Jermaine Jackson and Noel Lee, The Head Monster
Jim Rota (Fireball Ministry) and Scott Reeder (Kyuss, Sun and Sail Club, Fireball Ministry) break for an interview after the Monsters of Metal signing session.
The Monsters of Metal Signing session featuring Nadja Peulen (Coal Chamber), Andrew Cole (Andy the Kid, Wayne Static), Jim Rota (Fireball Ministry), Eddie Veliz (Kyng), Gary Holt (Exodus, Slayer), and Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy, Quiet Riot, White Snake, Gunzo).
The Head Monster hang with the Sledge Grits Band.
Monster Artist Zakk Wylde plays Sabbath at the Schecter Party live at the Grove of Anaheim.
Noel shows George Benson the technology inside the new line.
Brad Gillis (Night Ranger) and Lita Ford share some Monster Blaster time.
Talking tech with Doyle (Misfits) and Alissa (Arch Enemy)
Butterscotch presents, Monster Cable Prolink
Aiden James demos the new Elements line.
The Monster Rock Lounge
DNA Pro 2.o demo stations at the Dunlop Booth.
The Head Monster interviews Cliff Cooper, founder/owner of Orange Amps.
Derek St. Holmes (Ted Nugent) gets some hang time with The Head Monster.