NAMM 2020: Cort artists, Frank Gambale, Hedros Ramos and more to perform at the show

The two will be joined by Jeff Berlin and Victor de Andrés.

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NAMM 2020: Cort Guitars has announced four artists for a special performance at this year’s Winter NAMM.

Frank Gambale (Australia), Hedras Ramos (Guatemala), Jeff Berlin (America) and Victor de Andrés (Spain) will perform at designated times from 16 to 18 January at booth #5215 in Hall D of the Anaheim Convention Center.

Frank Gambale

Gambale has released numerous albums, dabbling in genres ranging from rock to R&B. He will perform on Thursday (16 January) at 11am and 2pm, Friday (17 January) at 11am and Saturday (18 January) at 3.30pm.

Hedras Ramos

Ramos has won several international competitions and started leading guitar clinics at the Musicians Institute in 2018. He also performed at 2018’s Big Mama-Jama Jamathon with Steve Vai. Ramos will perform on Thursday (16 January) at 1pm and Friday (17 January) at 12.30pm and 3.30pm.

Jeff Berlin

Berlin is widely recognised as one of the world’s most influential jazz/fusion bass guitarists. He recently released Joe Frazier – Round 3, a 30th anniversary EP featuring a newly remastered version of the original song from 1987 album Pump It! and a completely reimagined version composed and performed by Berlin, Vai, Keith Carlock, David Sancious, and Tom Hemby. Berlin will perform on Friday (17 January) at 2pm and Saturday (18 January) at 11am and 2pm.

Victor de Andrés

De Andrés is a member of the power metal band Zenobia and has toured around Spain, South America and the U.S. His YouTube channel has over 270,000 subscribers and serves as a platform for sharing his musical creations, collaborations, gear reviews and more. De Andrés will perform Thursday (16 January) at 3.30pm and Saturday (18 January) 12.30pm.

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