NAMM Show, Logjam Prolog SE and New Endorsees

Hello again from yours truly… now we are in the Winter months it is good to think about the Logjam trip to NAMM in Anaheim California in January 2018. Once again we will be working with session supremo Terl Bryant. Terl is a wonderful drummer and percussionist and has made music with “the world & his wife” as they say, over a long career~names include Steeleye Span, John Paul Jones, Barbara Dickson, Steve Levine and many more. We first came into contact with Terl when he was doing a stint with Ade Edmondson & The Bad Shepherds and was needing something smaller than a kick drum for his onstage percussion set up. Terl loves his Prolog which accompanies him to gigs all over the world.www.terlbryant.com

We’re celebrating 10 years of Logjam stompers … yes it’s hard to believe it’s been so long and we’ve enjoyed every minute of it. Our Limited Edition Prologs (pictured below) are still on sale although we only have a few left so hurry if you want one. Included  with each gold plated unit is a free gig bag worth £14.95 and a Logjam care kit… an absolute bargain.

We’d like to welcome new endorsee Peter Donegan who unlike his father Lonnie is a country music artist. His new album “Superman” recorded in Nashville is fantastic. Welcome aboard Peter. www.peterdonegan.com

Incidentally, we include our phone number on the front page of our website.If you would like to talk to us about Logjam stompers by all means give us a call during UK office hours. We are always glad to help.

With kind regards to all Logjammers everywhere

The Logfather

 

 

16. November 2017 by 25f598
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Logjam Centenary & Special Edition Prolog

 

Yes it’s true, we have now been making Logjam stompers for 10 years. We made the very first Mk1 Logs in 2007 and since then we have exported our British hand-made instruments all over the world.We are very proud of what we have achieved. We don’t employ third world slave labour, but have instead become  a small, dedicated team working from Tudor,half-timbered buildings which were erected in the 16th century…you can’t get much more English than that.

In order to celebrate our 10 years of production we have decided to produce a limited edition of the Logjam Prolog, our top of the range and most popular instrument. This numbered edition of 25 specially plated units will go on sale within the next fortnight.

Extras

They won’t cost any more than our standard Prolog and will come with a Logjam gig bag worth £14.95. Not only that, but we are including a free Logjam care kit with each unit sold. Keep checking our website and social media pages for more information.

 

With kind regards to all our friends out there

Logfather

27. October 2017 by 25f598
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New Rattlebox Cherry & Limited Edition Prologs

Take a look at our new Rattlebox Cherry which is now in stock. The combination of our classic pat. pending design with the new warm cherry top is spectacular.

We are planning some new limited edition Prologs to celebrate 10 years of Logjam stompers included with these will be a whole bagful of extra Logjam goodies so keep a watchful eye on this site.

 

16. October 2017 by 25f598
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Endorsees, The NAMM Show 2018 & Terl Bryant

      

We are always keen to welcome good musicians into the fold and we have recently added the amazing Scott Matthews, the incredibly zany Mother Ukers, and UK Country Award winner Zenne Kober to our growing list of endorsees. We like to keep up to speed with all our endorsees on Facebook Twitter and Instagram so please sign up and follow us on our social media pages.

We will be heading over to the NAMM show in January 2018 and this year The Logfather will be updating the blog during the show and adding photos and video content to give you a feel of what it’s all about. We have exhibited at this event for around 6 years now and it’s always full of colour and accomplished musicians virtually everywhere you look, not to mention so much in the way of new products. The outside sound stage is always fantastic but probably The Logfather’s favourite performance was from Tower of Power …what a wonderful feel…the whole of Convention Way was jumping to those soul grooves.

Our good friend Terl Bryant has been putting together one or two new videos to showcase Logjam instruments.We are delighted that he will also be appearing on the Logjam stand at NAMM. Terl is a drummer and percussionist who has worked with some of the biggest names in the business so don’t forget to drop by and ask his advice on all things Logjam.

16. October 2017 by 25f598
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Logfather’s Blog

It’s been a while since The Logfather put “pen to paper” but we are looking at a new regime starting right away. So this blog will now be regularly updated with news from Log HQ.

16. October 2017 by 25f598
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Our Logjam Instruments

We are a dedicated team at Logjam. We make our instruments by hand in the small and ancient town of Leominster in Herefordshire, England.

Over the years we’ve changed and improved our instruments. We made the first Mk1 Logarhythm in 2007 and it was so well received that we decided to develop our stompers further. The Prolog was introduced a few years later after listening to our endorsees wishes and is still regarded as “the standard to beat”. It is so easy to use and it’s compact and simple design has made it ever popular with musicians the world over.

We introduced a prototype of the revolutionary “snare in a box”, The Rattlebox at the NAMM show in Anaheim California in 2015. The first production model arrived a few months later.

At NAMM 2016 we were exhibiting our latest Logarhythm 4,Travelog 2 and Microlog 2. These are a development of some of our earlier models and have been very well received. They are the most responsive, neat and light units of this type that we have made.

Please enjoy browsing our website and feel free to make contact directly via our site or through our social media pages. We’d love to hear from you.

This is a short introduction. We will be adding more blogs shortly.

27. May 2016 by 25f598
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