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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Dan Knowlton, Jan 27, 2014.
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Nice link. . . Thanks. The Bartolini display is modest and profound at the same time. It's great to see this company endure amidst the trials and tribulations of the world. Thumbs up on the Ken Smith booth and photos. . . Ditto for that of Pedulla, + Mark Egan!
Travis Bean bass! Good guess, though!
Fine job Dan! Thanks so much.
Glad to see Jeff Berlin finally lost the 'stache. ha
Thanks a bunch Dan...you got a nice pic of the one headed my way (Ray35ca)...greatly appreciate it and all the other awesome pics!!!
Thanks for sharing your pics.
Thanks. Accugroove is back in business?
Great stuff! Thanks!
Great pics! Thanks!!
The EBMM booth was amazingly crowded and it was almost impossible to get pics there. I probably deleted 50 pics where people walked in front of the camera out of the batch.
Yes, Regenerate was using two of their cabs and Mark was demo'ing on the next aisle. The Tri-115 sounds exactly like the older one I have and weighs almost exactly the same. The difference is that the old one has "rat fur" and the new one has a sprayed on finish.
I REALLY LIKE Accugroove cabs!
Awesome! Thank you.
Thanks for this. Do you know what that Ashdown cab is? Looks like a 4x10 or maybe a 4x8 with the speakers offset? Sat on top of a 1x15 (or 1x12?) with two ABM heads on top.
Awesome pics! I was there Sat. Thanks for posting, its like I'm still there, minus the sore feet..
I wasn't there but I found this vid today of Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey jamming Gershwin's "Summertime."
Bailey's Fretless sounds kina outta tune to my ears:
Check out this 12 yr old jamming a Mike Lull:
Same kid on a Warwick:
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