My interview is now posted on the Mel Bay web page!

Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by Roy Vogt, Jan 17, 2013.


  1. Roy Vogt

    Roy Vogt Supporting Member

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    Hey, guys and gals in TB-world:
    I just wanted to share the good news. I did an interview a couple of weeks back for Mel Bay and they have just posted it on their website. You can stop by and see what I sound like as well as get a bit of my back story. That way, you'll have an idea of where my sometimes quirky sense of humor comes from! ;)
    http://www.melbay.com/
  2. JimmyM

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    Not having any luck finding it, Roy.
  3. Roy Vogt

    Roy Vogt Supporting Member

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    Go to www.melbay.com and scroll down-in the middle of the page.
  4. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    DOH! Should have thought of scrolling first ;)

    Cool little intro piece...about all the time I have to watch right now.
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  6. Freddy-G.

    Freddy-G. Supporting Member

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    I enjoyed the interview, Roy. Watch out for that finger-chewing acoustic bass! :D
  7. millertx

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    Good interview, thanks for letting us know!
  8. Roy Vogt

    Roy Vogt Supporting Member

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    Yeah, that's a 1928 Gibson Mandobass. If you can imagine a big round bass guitar with the action of a really high upright you about have it right. Owwww, indeed! :D

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