Decksaver at NAMM 2017
Namm 2017 sees Decksaver announce a vast array of new super strong polycarbonate covers. From our roots in the DJ sector to our growing portfolio of keyboard and synthesizer covers, our range is ever expanding.
Protection is key
Due to phenomenal demand we are pleased to announce our first 61 key keyboard controller cover for the Native Instruments Kontrol S61. Following our popular Kontrol S25 and S49 covers, this cover sees Decksaver take a step deeper into the full-size keyboard protection market. You can expect big things from Decksaver in this sector moving forward, speaking of which…
Another very popular 61 key instrument we’ve turned our attention to is the Roland Juno-DS61 synthesizer. The Juno-DS61 is a workhorse of a synth gracing stages, classrooms and bedrooms the world over. Owners of this instrument will without doubt benefit from a cover to protect it.
Covering the mothership
The Pioneer DDJ-RZX is an absolute behemoth of a DJ and video controller, incorporating video and touch screens with the existing DDJ-RZ design. We’re pleased to announce a new cover for this huge slab of hardware, which is surely an investment worth protecting.
Reloop is a quality DJ brand that has gone from strength to strength in recent years and we’re pleased to announce a cover which fits both the Reloop RMX-80 and RMX-60 digital mixers.
Groove is in the heart
Our range of synthesizer and groovebox covers has been growing at a healthy rate over the last few years and we’re pleased to announce further additions for NAMM 2017. Following on from the Moog Sub-37 / Little Phatty cover and Teenage Engineering OP-1 covers released late in 2016, the new cast includes covers for the Roland Boutique TR-09 / Boutique TB-03, Arturia DrumBrute and Native Instruments Maschine Jam.