In 2018, Delicious Audio and the Stompbox Exhibit had their biggest presence yet at the NAMM show, through a 10’x20′ Stompbox Booth shared by 15 pedal manufacturers and sponsored by PRS Guitars and Blue Headphones. Here’s a video of all the boards in the booth:
The booth was accompanied by the first NAMM issue of The Deli – the publication focused on emerging NYC artists that organizes this event! Here’s the digital version of the issue:
Within our booth, videographer Eric Merrow shot close to 100 videos of all the new pedals launched at NAMM!
NAMM 2018 Stompbox Booth Participating Manufacturers
Vancouver-based company devoted to the cult of gain.
Stylish looking but not afraid to get dirty – hey, it’s a French company!
Overdrive-obsessed Floridian boutique shop that also builds guitars.
Escape Plan Pedals
A one-man operation from Lenoir, NC that churns out silver stompboxes for fuzz and psych lovers.
A Hull, Quebec based company that dwells in mysterious sonic territories.
A small team building some of the most buzzworthy atmospheric pedals on Earth out of Knoxville, TN
Lightning Boy Audio
The North Collins, NY laboratory of a tube lover and recording engineer.
Main Ace FX
A one-man operation from New Jersey interested in fuzz, Bowie, and industrial-looking designs.
New Los Angeles, CA manufacturer specializing in pedals for Stoner Rock, Doom and Hard Rock players.
A WI builder with a cosmic approach to feature-rich stompboxes and a talent for delays.
A small builder with a California address but a Japanese engineering brain focused on quirky original circuits.
A Guelph, Ontario duo of engineers focused on creating high-quality, handmade effects that fill voids in the pedal market.
Union Tube & Transistor
A Vancouver-based company known for making a knob-less pedal for Jack White’s Third Man Record: the Bumble Buzz.