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Dozens of new products set for Lims
Several dozen new musical instruments and products are to be unveiled at the London International Music Show (Lims) next month.
Few details are available regarding which brands will be displaying new products, but with the likes of Roland, Casio, Jim Dunlop, Korg and Yamaha in attendance, it is possible visitors could get to see some of the biggest releases of 2009.
Another company at Lims this year is Mapex. According to the expo's official blog, the drum kit manufacturer is yet again setting up its Beat Street environment, which enables drummers "to put a great selection of kits through their paces".
Those giving the firm's stand a look will also be able to check out the Mapex Meridian range of drum kits and hardware.
Superb value Drum Kits available now.Posted on 22 May 2009 15:18 to category : Instruments News
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