December 7th, the day that will live in infamy. I have a few relatives that joined the military the following days in 1941 and were some of the lucky ones to survive WWII. It was a crazy time in the world and should be remembered.
Today’s Free Shirt Wednesday is sponsored by BassEFX.com out of Seattle, Washington. Chad Beeler over at BassEFX.com is the real deal for bass knowledge, and he created a website to focus on effects for bass players out there. His knowledge in the field is quite extensive, he’s definitely been around the tone block and can really be helpful when thinking of effects and your bass tone. For more information about Chad and BassEFX, please read my October interview with him – “Talking with Chad at BassEFX.com”
Here is a nice snippet from BassEFX.com that describes it perfectly:
BassEfx.com provides the widest selection of bass pedals and bass effects available. That’’s it – no guitar effects, no instruments, no amps. Our singular focus (and our special relationship with manufacturers) enables us to offer bass players the biggest selection, the most competitive prices and the best service.
Personal guidance — from a pro
Bass players of all styles work to find their individual, original voice. That “voice,” of course, is tone. Too many bass musicians don’t realize that the right bass effect can help you create your tone –and share it with an audience.
When it comes to effects, some bass players benefit from one-on-one guidance. At BassEfx.com, you get it. Chad Beeler, a seasoned bass professional, can help you find, modify, or augment any sound. Whether you want just the right amount of balls, anger, funkiness or beauty, Chad gets what you’re talking about. He’s played bass for more than 30 years, used every effect imaginable, and equipped some of the world’s best known bass players.
Over at BassEFX.com there is a great selection of effects from multiple manufacturers including some great boutique builders. They cover all the ‘types’ of effects from filters to distortion to delays to function pedals like EQs and DIs as well. BassEFX.com is also involved socially with Facebook and Twitter, be sure to like/follow to receive updates on sales and news.
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