If the brethren is Taxachusetts can do it, so can we. Playing bass in the Granite State? Sign up here. I'd love to hear where people are getting gear (especially since Daddy's closed), what everyone's gigging experiences have been, what kinds of set lists are working for Yankee crowds, where you teach or found a good teacher, and all that good networking kind of stuff. Maybe we can get a local GTG planned if there's interest. Anyone from neighboring states who play/teach/shop for gear in NH also welcome. I'll start off and declare myself NH bassist club member #1 (or is that a protocol violation?). I live in Lee, play with projects in Manchester and in Exeter, and so far, being something of a newbie bassist (2 years and change playing), have only gotten out to a couple of open mics. I mostly rely on Earcraft Music in Dover and Craigslist for gear. Come on and sign up!