Everything from retro-style axes to interstellar effects and insanely powerful amps caught our eye in Nashville.

Nashville's Original Fuzz brought a cache of killer new straps to NAMM. They use Peruvian fair trade, hand dyed wool weaves and Indian stamped cotton. They work without a middleman, so the revenues for the materials go straight to the textile makers--making these straps not only ethically super-cool on the international trade side, but comfy and super unique. The Indisn print models are 60 bucks and the Peruvian models are 85 bones. Really beautiful stuff and great dudes to boot.