Like the Petaluma Phoenix Theatre event we covered for you in a previous blog, Kaces took one more amazing journey to another non-profit event that captures the power of making music to help kids. The organization is called “Guitars Not Guns” and you can see a better shot of their Acousticar and learn more about how you can help by clicking HERE. – Meanwhile, stay tuned for new video covering a Guitars Not Guns graduation ceremony featuring a live band of 12 to 14 year old kids, a gaggle of proud parents, and a surprise announcement from the dedicated music instructors who make it all happen.
Cappie is our newest best friend who caught the Kaces wave at the Anaheim NAMM show. Take a look at his great looking web site.
A while back, we told you about how Kaces was collaborating with the Petaluma Phoenix Theatre and the Gibson Foundation to auction 20 artist-painted Gibson guitars (cradled in Kaces Old Glory hardshell cases). – The guitars are now coming in and the time has come for the downtown Petaluma merchants to display them in their front windows, in preparation for an online auction and Gala event on February 28
Check out this picture! – Our good friends at the Pelican Art Gallery were the first to incorporate the artist-commissioned Kaces “Old Glory” guitar cases in their window display. – Watch for more, coming soon!
Drummers love Kaces stuff. Kaces snare bags, stick bags and full drum set bags are very well accepted by percussion people of all ages. Kaces also makes heavy-duty rugs with weighted corners, wood bass drum block and non-skid surface to help keep that set from creeping away from you. Pictured here at NAMM is the popular “Crash Pad” rug, tucked neatly away in this handy carry bag.
Noting even comes close to this NAMM “Best of Show” winner.
What do YOU think?
Here’s our NAMM exhibit in all it’s glory. – You are looking at our wall of new polyfoam cases with beyond luggage-grade zippers. The nice thing about polyfoam is lighter weight than standard hard plastic cases while offering better protection. The bullet-proof zippers make them the better choice for school music dealers, band directors and, most importantly, end users who want to give their instruments the best possible protection. – We are working on some fun video from the show floor… coming soon. – Stay tuned.
Greetings from the Anaheim NAMM show!
It’s Alan, Brett, Dave, Tim and myself running two exhibits and stretched as thin as air… but loving every minute. I’ll do my level best to post some new photos DURING the show. If that’s not possible, you will certainly be getting new product info and videos soon after.