I'm really excited to be showing in NYC on 9/28 for the "Lords of the Low End",
an all-bass show with a very exciting lineup, and a good cause to boot!
I'll be exhibiting 6 lovely Elfin basses, alongside some other wonderful high-end bass, amp, and accessory builders.
Sponsored by LaBella Strings, the "Lords of the Low End" will feature will feature performances by La Bella Strings endorsees/bass players such as the legendary Alain Caron, Ruben Rodriguez, Brian Bromberg, Igor Saavedra and more.
Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit “Little Kids Rock,” a non-profit organization aimed to help restore and revitalize music education in disadvantaged public schools.
Open to the public, $10 tickets will enter attendees into a raffle for the chance to win over $10,000 of bass gear and accessories donated by sponsors and exhibitors.
It's a new year - what better time to introduce a new an improved website?
This latest web update has been in the works for a while, and I'm thrilled to have it up and running.
The biggest news, without a doubt, is the introduction of my line of guitars. These instruments are the result of a long and careful process of design and prototyping, and will be a primary focus for continuing development in 2012. There are many special and unique details involved with these instruments, and the "Guitars" pages will soon include more about all of those.
I've also added:
-A "Players" page, with pictures and testimonials from some satisfied clients
-An "Audio & Video" page, featuring various demo and performance clips featuring the instruments
-A new article from Fretboard Journal
-Sharing buttons for Facebook and other social media - click the buttons on the left and let your friends know you were here!
-New basses in the Basses galleries
-...and several other little improvements to make the site even more fun!
The new year will also bring more frequent updates to this "What's New" page - everything from shop snaps to "pinups" of completed instruments, sneak previews of new developments, and anything else that's "fit to print". Stay tuned!