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Austin Summer Namm
2006 Report

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Uh oh, it's just about time to go.  Let's take one more quick run around the show before they make us go. 

Wildest Guitars at the Show

So many Guitars, so little time and i wanted to play them all.  But to get started, here's some of the most unusual guitars I managed to photograph, of the hundreds of outstanding looking guitars on display.

Guitars by Warrior  http://www.warriorguitar.com/  The whole line was absolutely stunning

 

The Harmos MATRAX  www.matraxguitars.com Totally bold design

 

Mini Guitar with built in speaker by Goldfish Guitars

 

Just for you, Dawg!

 

Want to add a little organicity to your playing?

 

The Stylist Cabbie Electric Bass by Dean.  Dean had a wonderful line of guitars, priced affordably.  The Cabbie had a list price of $749

 

ESP had walls of guitars in their booth.  Here's a partiotic one.

 

Death Metal anyone?  This was in the Ibanez section.

 

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