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2005 special order Cortobass in Alder on consignment - client says
to give someone a deal, was up for $1695 - NOW ON
SALE FOR $SOLD! 512-395-5126.
(Call - I don't text.)
Had a new Birdsong family member call and ask about this single
humbucker prototype... usually with stuff like this someone says
"Yeah, that'll be mine!" and then it gets finished. If you (or
anyone else) would like it finished up as yours, I could have it ready in
30 days - $1475... call for details.
And... just got word the two ancient Kauri wood & Cocobolo
Cortobasses are for sale by HD Custom Guitars - these are new,
they're a dealer. Look on Ebay for items # 291091344127 and
Like navigating by star cluster, it's always good to check where you
are in relation to where you're headed, and thus have some idea of any
course correction you might need to take to ultimately get wherever it is
you want to go. Music is my star cluster. It draws me towards my True
North. It gives me a tune up that washes away the daily dust and allows me
to see and think more clearly. I'm not talking the words, I'm talking the
deep stuff - the rhythms, the rivers of notes, and even inward beyond that
to the way - like a note on a piano makes the hanging guitar ring
sympathetically on the wall across the room - the vibration of the music
affects the vibration of "the ME." I am the guitar hanging on
the wall. But sometimes, I can be the piano...
In a nutshell, regardless of how it all came to be, if it's all atoms
there is space there. Space within held together by or holding
together the tiniest particles' movement; by vibration. And vibration is
sound. So that screen you're looking at is made up of little vibrating
particles. Such vibration might give us, with our senses and perceptions,
the illusion of something solid. But vibration is not solid. Vibration is
movement. Sound is made when something vibrates and everything is
vibrating together. That's big music. It might not be arranged like a
Beatles tune, but it doesn't know that. And here's the thing - that skin
bag you see in the mirror? It's made of the same stuff. So now we have a
choice... vibrate harmoniously or vibrate in dissonance. You can't change
it all or even conduct the symphony of it. But you can tune up what's
inside you, thereby what's around you with your big note of the moment.
And then life changes at its most fundamental level.
I see music - and potential harmony - in everything. There are
people I barely speak with because they only move in circles of conflict
and disharmony, and the resulting cycles of their lives are nothing I wish
to be a part of. The perspectives of the fly in the web are not going to
get me where I want to go. Vibration and music say to me "Don't
analyze me, come fly with me." I don't listen to the long jams of the
Grateful Dead because, "Oh my God - it's Jerry!"... I listen
because in the moment rivers of notes flow and combine and stack together
something that just as quickly changes into something else, also in
layers, and in this magic I find the God in IT. That is what life is to
me. So its soundtracks tend to have harmony with that, even if the tunes
at times seem meandering or chaotic. For example, Jazz is not so much a
technical exercise for my entertainment but a transcendent electricity for
my enlightenment. I'm not listening for some bumper sticker hook line; I'm
feeling so much water flow over me. Sometimes I like rapids and a dose of
Coltrane is in order; other times still waters run deep and some dub
reggae will do. When I listen to Aerosmith I'm driving a '70s musclecar
with mirrored Aviators... it's a contextual thing. But the most important
music to me - though I do love so much of its so many forms - is the music
between what I am and what I do. Whatever in the moment helps these to
harmonize, that's what's on whether it's The Fixx or Sonny Rollins or the
drummers of Burundi. It's ALL "the fix."
You might see it as a battle or a dance but it's music. You might feel
it like rain or sunshine but it's music. You might know it as a '48
Plymouth or a lover's hand but it's music. Once you know this you can
never UN-know it; only ignore it. And to ignore it relegates you to being
reactive to the waves of disharmony flowing - or pushed - at you. To keep
it in mind is a star or two to navigate by. To work with it is to feel
"the magic." You become the piano. To help in the manifestation
of tools to summon and serenade with it is a calling. To make one's way
through this world and this life by designing and crafting these tools is
the most divine thing I have ever known. The potential inherent in a
musical tool in inspired hands is far beyond what I, a mere drop of spirit
soul and bag of vibration, could possibly have the hubris to box up and
define for you just because I may see it one way. It's between you and the
space. Go fill it with something.
And that's the way, Jay.
Captain Of The Ship
Grateful Dead Live/Dead;
a variety of New Orleans "Brass band" Jazz;
some great Eastern-inspired electronica.
A Journey Through The Past... not just an obscure Neil Young project,
but this week at the workshop! In addition to all the new stuff we work on
(you can peek at what's been started on the Current
Builds page), I've had the privilege of working on a handful of
instruments from my past.
Long before Birdsong was even a name I was building under - let
alone a company - I was designing and putting together some really
outside-the-box instruments. I couldn't have cared less about what Leo
Fender did or what the "correct" pickup for a given position was
or that anything "wouldn't work"... I was too busy
experimenting, turned loose in a new world of parts and questions. One of
the designs of that time that really worked - amazingly well - was an
ergonomic little 24" scale guitar I called "The Bean." I
honed my building chops on these so they were a little crude in execution.
But boy, what personality! The one on the left is mine, I still play it
all the time. On the right, that was just sold by the original owner and I
got to tune 'n tweak it before passing it along. These two hadn't seen
each other in a long, long time...
After that, in the next phase - the "corner of a friend's
workshop" chapter, when I was living in a truck parked out in the raw
Texas "Hill Country" woods... ("Returning to the earth like
a seed to regerminate," I believe I referred to it at the time...) my
rustic shop-having friend helped me turn my guitars into artwork with some
woodcrafting mentorship while I helped him turn his woodcraft art into
guitars. He didn't make that many - he didn't have that many years left.
But here's one of his lap steels I had the chance to restring &
My little side chapter of lap steels (Texas
Lap Steels) came much later, so it was very interesting to see one of
his with these newer eyes. This is a pretty good steel; I took
measurements & specs on it while it was here, and I remember helping
him with the pickup & wiring options.
That workshop, by the way, ended up being pickup trucked to my
homestead in big pieces where it was put back together and serves as an
assembly / adjustment / office and general musical hangout room. So some
of what I build here 14 years later is still being worked on "in
Johnny's shop", I do the updates from here, and this lap steel got to
rest on my bench in sunlight coming through Johnny's windows in the place
- albeit reconfigured - of its birth. I sometimes feel similar to that
myself in here.
And I've been doing more and more work in my absolutely magical
homestead workshop, built by a circle of brothers & sisters about 7
years ago. To do this I've been rearranging things and some of them have a
little history... take these two. The first is an obvious prototype of
what became the Cortobass. But this was before Birdsong was even a
flirtatious gesture. Crude but good enough in every other way that I sold
all my long scale basses and committed to short scale as soon as it was up
& playable. And the one next to it? That's the Hound Dog Taylor of
guitars! It's the Blues Dawg, the first guitar I ever built. Raw? You bet.
But the beginning of so much...
Being as this July 4th is Birdsong's "official" 10th
Anniversary - which to me is just huge - you might see these relics again
this Summer... maybe a few more, too. Almost a shame for them to just be
hanging on the walls or tucked away in dust covered cases. Stay tuned...
Thanks for joining me on this trip down memory lane. Nostalgia sure
isn't what it used to be!
And that's what's on, John.
Captain Of The Ship
John Lee Hooker; Luciano Pavarotti Pavarotti Forever,
Grateful Dead, Live Dead; Basic Blues
Miles Davis Kind of Blue;
Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac.
More videos to come on the YouTube channel - a Fusion demo, a talk
about the effect of body wood choice (I get asked about this a lot) and
other things. Keep watching & subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/WingfeatherWorkshop
Going to talk about some basses this week...
First up, a very special Bliss. Now, Blisses ("Blii?") are
very special to begin with... hand carved scroll on the upper horn, super
high output wide frequency German pickup, single piece figured wood
body... our flagship. Our top of the line. Not cheap, not quick, and not
anything you'll ever pull out of the case and be asked what Guitar Center
you bought it from. And even amongst that small number we'll build, this
one is special.
The client has a major thing for Hawaii and Koa wood, so this bass has
a body sculpted from a single piece of incredibly figured Hawaiian Koa.
That same chunk also provided the center of the 3-piece set-in neck and we
took a piece and shaved it into a veneer for the headstock. This is just
the first coat of oil finish, too - 8 or 9 more and in sunlight it'll look
like the 4th of July.
Now back to our roots... in for sale is Cortobass #10 from early 2005.
The first out the door was #002, so this is actually the 9th one sold.
Alder body, Maple neck with Rosewood fretboard, the old-style hand
woodburned logo, not all together that different than one you'd order
This was our first rear routed bass, too... being offered by the
original owner who isn't playing as much these days. He's keeping his
Last but not least, check out the Kauri wood Cortobass pair. These
Cortobi are soon to be available at www.hdcustomguitarsupply.com.
These are the only two we've made out of this ancient wood. This Kauri is
ancient, preserved in frigid water off of New Zealand for some 50,000
Logs are brought up and milled, and then
this rare wood finds craftspeople to make beautiful things out of it...
but ours will sing, too! Nice light weight, beautiful golden amber iridescent
glow, and a story to tell the grandkids about. As a beautiful touch, I
made the control plates & truss rod covers of matching Cocobolo. What
a treat for wood fans! Get in touch with HD Custom to pick one for
yourself or as a gift for someone really special - these basses are one of
a kind, even though there's two of them.
And that's the word, bird. Happy Valentine's day everyone!
Captain Of The Ship
Allman Brothers The Road Goes On Forever; Aerosmith Pandora's
Box disc 1; Grateful Dead Dick's Picks Vol. 3; Hound Dog
Taylor, John Lee Hooker, and assorted Delta Blues cats.
Hi everybody! It's below freezing and lightly raining again, the sort
of precipitation our old friend Johnny used to call "Misticating."
So the heater in the homestead work-on-guitars & office space is
whispering its warm air, there's a blue heeler curled up over on the
couch, and there's a creamy mug of hot chocolate involved. It's been a
great, very productive week and now it's update:30 my friends; happy
We have a YouTube channel where we post videos, the Wingfeather
Workshop channel. The latest will be kind of a curve ball for some of you,
it's a video of yours truly demoing a D'Aquila Bluenote guitar. This is a
little guitar building venture with right hand man Jake where we decided
to get together on a batch of Jake's guitars and get 'em out there (I've
got three of his personal builds, I can vouch for them). This is one of
that batch and it's ready to go. These will be some pretty rare beasts so
if you want what I consider - and I'm absolutely not shitting you - the
best guitar in the world, jump on it. If I didn't think it was that, I'd
just say it was "...a good guitar." There are plenty of good
guitars to play around with; this is the kind of guitar you marry.
Speaking of which, well well - that was quite a superbowl! Wife
Jamie & I went to a little place for Mexican food, multiple screens
and hoppy libations. Neither of us is an active sports fan so early on we
chose teams and bet whoever lost would cook a really nice dinner Thursday
night. Given the choice 5 or 6 minutes into the game (though would it
mattered had it even been 1?) and almost always siding with the underdog,
I spoke valiantly. "I'll take the orange team." Hyeeah... so
while I don't claim to know jack crap about betting on football, I will
say the stuffed roasted red peppers with Thai-wine-cream sauce sided with
cold fruit-stuffed roasted jalapenos under butter-cream-brandy sauce and
sweet port was a dinner that was a winner.
So much about instrument voicing (and design if we move the analogy
into the visual realm) parallels cooking. There are many who can slap a
burger on a grill but high end vegetarian cuisine is a bit trickier. You
can probably trust a guy who'll combine (among other things) Sriracha,
port wine, apples and peppers roasted over an open flame - served both hot
and cold - on the same dish to make you a flavorful tone machine. A recipe
is a recipe and good cooks have their own, they don't always paint by
numbers. Combine what's needed with what you think would be interesting
layered in, bring the best out of your basic ingredients themselves before
combining them, and be daring in your sauce making - much of it is in
balancing the flavors as you blend them. Make it with love and serve it
Speaking of which here's a little something else we've got cooking...
#C288 is a beautiful dark chocolate Walnut Corto2 just awaiting pickups
and some warm sounding yet clear D'Addario flats. It'll be done and ready
to ship this month to someone wanting an "easy fretless" with
lines... I'm no great fretless player but I could go play a gig with one
like this tonight. So user-friendly with the lined board! It's got that
really nice premium Ebony board, a body matching Walnut headstock, and
chrome hardware (I always forget how well it sets off Walnut since so many
choose black with it) to make this a really classy dish visually.
Tone-wise there's no comparison to any other short scale, just float a
search for Birdsong. We have some pretty good recipes and this is one of
the best! It's now available at $2400 including case &
continental USA shipping (worldwide at extra cost), as usual with a money
Well it's time to do a little tweaking on the SD
Curlee site and the Hy5 Basses
site, TCB (Elvis lingo) with some paperwork, and email & chat with
some of you today about basses and guitars, builds past & present...
and maybe some in the immediate future! Have fun, eat something good, and
turn your ears on with some good music. Feed your soul - body - mind in
that order and I'll catch you later!
And that's the know, bro.
Captain Of The Ship
Allman Brothers The Road Goes On Forever; Larry Carlton On Solid
Ground; Count Basie This Time by Basie (God I love this big
band stuff - another complex flavor that, given time, I found the taste
for. So grateful...)
Yep, we skipped a week in update-land. Last Friday bisected two weeks
in which we had two freezes and one computer breakdown. January always has
its kinks to work out and this one has been no different. Right after
dethawing from the first freeze, the computer went down. Well, it didn't
really go down - I'll get to that. The next freeze, just a few days ago,
found said computer ready to be picked up at the repair shop... but I was
iced in at the homestead. Which around these parts (south central Texas)
is pretty well something! Heck that first freeze actually got us some
snow! Well, not real snow... but enough for the entire region to shut
down. All those bubbas in the big pickup trucks? They were getting pulled
out of ditches left and right. Austin reported 40 wrecks an hour. I'm from
Boston - this is laughable. But hey a snow day is a snow day!
Snow days remind me of being a kid. We'd listen to the radio for a
list of school closures while the plows scraped by outside, walling in
driveways, and when they call your town you do a dance, a little kid
dance, maybe an impromptu song with some gestures that invite stern
reprimand. That's when it was the best. In later years the payback was
"Well since you're home, go shovel the stairs."
"But Ma, it's still snowin'!"
"Well then you can get some practice in for later on."
I hated shoveling, even when I pretended I was a Mack truck. My
stepfather, however, lived for times like this. Because when it snowed and
we were plowed in, Jay got to fire up one of his machines. That's who he
was at his core - a man who knew how to fix machines and which machine
would fix the problem at hand. Primed and tuned and ready in his garage
was a nine horse Ariens ("The Cadillac ah snow blowahs.")...
he'd put a 12 horsepower engine on it. It would blow snow onto the
I don't know what's sadder, that I wrote this in a notebook because
morning had revealed a computer that thought it was brand new with nothing
in it, or that I've been waxing all Winter nostalgic over about 1/4"
of frosty frozen rain. It's not even snow; it's a very thin slurpee. The
only flake around here is yours truly. Hey, if my computer wants to be
born again, that's fine. But then I had to risk neck and limb to get it to
someone that can help it reintegrate back into its life. Someone who can
help it balance its "Brand new day" with the same old Friday
it's needed for. Here a road frozen with ice is roughly akin to traversing
the frozen tundra of Bering Sea-side Alaska, where you really CAN see
Russia from there, it's colder than a well digger's ass at least 364 days
a year, and when it really gets cold your pee will tinkle down onto said
tundra in tiny, yellow cubes. And in another twist, by the time you read
this it'll probably be 70 out.
Boy, that was a rough Winter. I know, I know. Thank God we
survived! It's a miracle we didn't have to eat anyone. (Sarcasm mode
turned off.) So we're here, all is fine, we actually got plenty of work
done (check out the Current Builds page) and here's a little pictorial of
some exciting things...
||In on consignment is a great old friend... Cortobass
#10 from 2005. Wouldn't it be great to have bought Birdsong's 10th
Cortobass during Birdsong's 10th year? Yes it will be!
It will have been... it will have - oh nevermind, just buy the bass.
It's the first rear rout and a piece of Birdsong history with early
years mojo and just enough play wear to prove it's a real player's
bass! $1695 w/case 512-395-5126
||Also just in, a loaded Sadhana! Those of you who
didn't jump on Jake's when it sold, here's your second chance - same
year, three numbers earlier, this one has twin Maple stringers.
2009, one owner, gorgeous. Minimal play wear... played but with
respect! New this would be $2700... $1995 w/case 512-395-5126
||Here's what I think will be this year's main driver, a
1967 Plymouth Valiant! I've been bringing it back from a 23 year nap
over the past few. It's a cruiser with an economical & great
sounding little warmed-over 273 V8 swapped in. Quite a story to it,
you can read about it in the vehicle section of my "side
project" site if you're into old machines and their stories
like I am. www.sbeckwith.com.
||Did manage to squeeze in a wood shopping trip in too,
picked up some Spanish Cedar, Mahogany & some really nice
Walnut. Some of this stuff is already bass guitar body blanks... 'swy
I went and got it, you know! I still pick each board myself based on
grain, weight & "vibe" - the hardest one to quantify
but probably the most important among the boards in the running to
make it into the old Econoline.
||Speaking of friends, Maggie the doggie loves her porch
time but it's been a wee bit chilly by her standards. We can learn a
lot from simple beings and their enjoyment of simple things... she's
smart enough to savor every minute. I should be too.
BX-024 is an inventory Custom we've started on. A "Custom" is a
mix 'n match of Birdsong body shapes and pickup arrangements; there will
only be a few of these in 2014, here's your chance to grab one special
recipe... this one a beautiful Walnut Corto2 body with a Fusion pickup!
It'll basically be a rear routed Fusion in a Corto shape. Call for
details... and to add yours in!
||Last but not least,
there's a new page on the site - Behind
The Music goes deep into the background music around the
workshop, with more to come...
There is a sneaking suspicion in my head that my computer
going haywire was maybe God getting me back for referring to Phil Collins
as a "Charlie Brown headed stick twirler" in the last update...
I wasn't aware ol' Philbert still had that kind of pull.
Superbowl Sunday is coming up, I can't even tell you who is
playing. Kidding, kidding... of course I can. Seattle and Denver. I just
looked that up. I like a good ball game every now and then and this should
be a doozie; enjoy with friends in moderation, somewhere the snacks are
munchable and dark beer means more than Negro Modelo. Ok, back on my head!
And that's the truth, Ruth.
Captain Of The Ship
Steely Dan Pretzel Logic, Dungen Tio Bitar, Neil Young Harvest
and some atmospheric India-influenced electronic chill-out stuff. By
the way, do you know about www.somafm.com?
Well you should, so there you go. Pay it forward.
Am I staying busy?
You tell me... three at once!
So I opened up a box of "Savory twists" the other day
and inside there was a bag. It was half the size of the box. So I
proceeded to open up this bag... and it was half full. Now, some may
accuse me of finding fault or being anti free market. Just some Capitalist
hating Commie, sitting there dissatisfied with my 25% full brand new box
of savory twists. No actually, I just felt hosed is all, because I
absolutely didn't get a box worth. I didn't even get half a box
worth. I got 25% of what I was offered, a quarter of a visual agreement.
It said right on the box, "Some settling may occur." Funny,
there weren't any crumbs in the bottom. The only settling going on here
was ME settling for what some bean counter decided was sufficient to put
in the box they were selling my ass. HOSED. Waaaay over the line of
"Maximizing profit." Who's to say? The sucker with
8" of box and a handful of savory twists, that's who. He matters. He
deserves the respect of something a little closer to fair. "Who's
to say what fair is?" Well, past a point if you can't figure it
out you might need to have your personal compass realigned. I bring this
up because I want you to know...
YOU will NEVER get that 25% box feeling from a Birdsong.
That is NOT Capitalism, it's fraud. It's "Carnival
Capitalism." I realize there's a fine line at times... but not
anywhere near our workshop there isn't. I've felt it before once the shine
wears off something and you realize it's just another piece of dookie.
Uh-uh. Not here. I'd fall on my own sword before I'd put a good looking
box full of mostly air on your shelf. We care about what we do, have pride
in our reputation, and our clients mean SO much more to us than just one
more ring-up at a register. That's precisely WHY a Birdsong has the
reputation it does, and why I'm a no savory twist having, handful of empty
box chump. Given the chance, we're gonna fill your whole box with
Here's a neat old friend just in for sale on consignment -
the 10th Cortobass ever, from early 2005! 1-piece Alder body, Maple neck
& Rosewood board. One owner, a little play wear by the pickup,
original case & papers. This was the first rear routed Birdsong bass!
Freshly gone through & fully set up with new strings, it's ready to
take out of the box at a gig. Brought back some memories for sure!
$1650 includes shipping. (512-395-5126 anytime, firstname.lastname@example.org,
reference number 5C-010.)
Watched a great documentary the other night.
I tend to just nap when it's time and be up at all hours... I think when I
was primed with melatonin, it was a Monday morning and someone grabbed the
LSD instead. So I use the wee hours after twiddling with the sites, or
pondering how a walk across the room could imbalance the earth (how many
zeros out? Has to do something...), or fiddling with a guitar (or
bass or tenor banjo or bouzouki or whatever's in reach) to kick back and
watch something. I like documentaries. So this one was about Phil Collins'
Big Band. Wait! Wait! Where are you going? Hang in with the, this
is good! I promise. Now, I'm no big Phil Collins fan. With all respects to
him and the music he's made and millions have loved, you simply aren't
going to find one bit of it anywhere near me. I'd go so far as to say I'd
rather slam my head against this desk repeatedly than listen to anything
he's ever done. I know, kind of strong. But it's the truth. And I thought
what he pulled at Live Aid party crashing the Zep reunion was a Dbag move.
He should've tried that with The Stones... Keith would've had that little
Charlie Brown headed stick twirler off the stage halfway through the first
song, comb-over first. But that was 1985, and I don't want to hold a
grudge. Some of his music of that era, though, I'd rather listen to Yoko
Ono fronting Faster Pussycat. Wait, let me think about that... no, I
can't. I won't. Anyhow, it turns out some years back (like, 1996)
ol' Philmeister decided to put a swingin' "Big band" together to
play Jazzy instrumental versions of his tunes. Not cheesy Jazz lite, I
mean bigass Count Basie-style stuff... live. So they (the
they people, you know, they do everything) did a documentary. And... wait
for it... it was GREAT. I really enjoyed it, I thought they pulled
it off incredibly well, a whole stage of top musicians played their asses
off and Phil led from the back Buddy Rich style and completely rose
to the occasion. Shocked the hell out of me. So sit back, grab a beverage,
and watch it if you dare: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTwA5k6A8zQ
Speaking of grabbing a beverage, it's Friday and I think I'm
done. Be well, stay tuned, and play nice. I'm off like a dirty
And that's a fact, Jack.
Captain Of The Ship
Led Zeppelin Houses Of The Holy
and King Tubby dub reggae stuff.
Fixed the coding glitch in the Birdsong Story
Now you can read everything I wrote for it... it
will be expanded over the months to come, with early pictures and more
memories. Ten years... wow. In one way it seems like only yesterday and in
others another lifetime. Also got all the pictures up on the Client & Current Builds
Available in Inventory
pages. I'm continuing to assemble the new page
of Media & Video Demos.
Also, yes, there have been a few pricing adjustments for 2014. If
we were talking about a build late last year these don't necessarily apply
to you. But for the rest of you, just to be clear, these things do happen
occasionally as a business' own costs of doing what they do rise. It's not
an effort to get some more out of you just for the sake of it, but
adjustments to help keep the ship sailing smoothly. You still get quite
the value for your dollar in a Birdsong, especially compared with others
we are consistently mentioned along with. If a little bump is somehow
offensive to you or a deal-breaker for a build you are considering, please
get in touch so we can come to an understanding. I own this place, you
know. I can make things happen around here.
Thanks so much and again, Happy New Year!
Captain Of The Ship
Happy New Year!!!
Back at it and all over it
like butter on a biscuit, we roll on into 2014 ready and rockin'. Yep,
site's new. I know, I liked the last one too... but time for a change is
time for a change. This one's simpler and that's where we're at as we get
into our tenth year. That's right ladies 'n gents, kids of all ages,
Birdsong has been filling the world with its little gems of basses for
10 YEARS. Can you believe it? If you've played one,
you just might!
...also this one with its neck,
C288 is a Walnut Corto2 with a lined Ebony fretless board &
Walnut headstock, special inventory price of $2200 with your choice of
chrome, GOLD, black, or gold hardware. Boy oh boy would this look good in
Just call the ol' mobile number anytime, eves & weekends
are fine, and we'll be happy to answer any questions , talk bass
with you, and even take an order if you're ready to treat
Here's a special message on the dawn of
our 10th Anniversary.
Brady has a new website up,
check out Muckelroy Basses at www.bradybass.com
and at NAMM
- yes, that's right, one of our "home team" has gotten the chance
to hobnob with the major leaguers at the show. Get in touch with him to find
out exactly where he'll have his basses, and follow him on Facebook for
up-to-the-minute posts & pictures. Congrats Brady!!
We've focused a lot
& simplified a bit, the better to serve you for another ten
years. Thanks so much for being with us!
Captain Of The Ship
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