May 15, 2024 I Supply

Positive Grid Displays Amps in Museum of Making Music

From top to bottom: On display at the NAMM Museum of Making Music is Positive Grid's Spark Mini with custom grille, Spark Go, Spark Pearl and Spark Live.

Positive Grid’s Spark series of smart amps and Bluetooth speakers has been selected for display in a new educational exhibit centered around technological innovations for music making at the Museum of Making Music.

The NAMM-run museum curated this new exhibit to showcase cutting-edge technologies that make it easier, more fun and attractive to learn to play an instrument.

“We are excited to reopen our museum doors to our extraordinary community as we welcome back visitors to enjoy renovated galleries, hands-on musical experiences and incredible products launched at our 2024 NAMM Show,” said John Mlynczak, NAMM president and CEO. “We are proud to showcase products and innovations, such as the ones displayed by Positive Grid, that rightfully received industry recognition and acclaim this past January.”

“Our Spark series smart amps incorporate user-friendly, future-proof technologies that help people enjoy learning and playing music, and playing more often,” said Laura B. Whitmore, SVP marketing at Positive Grid. “NAMM has always been a champion of pushing musical boundaries and making music more accessible, so we are honored to be a part of their latest initiative to inspire new musicians and re-invigorate seasoned pros.”

Spark series smart amplifiers merge compact hardware with cutting-edge technology. Each is powered by the Spark companion app, with access to more than 50,000 guitar tones and a collection of customizable amps and effects. Smart Jam adapts to the user’s playing with AI-generated drums and bass. Auto Chords analyzes and provides chords for any song.;

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