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Finally the gap has been bridged for confused bassists and guitarists alike! The Fender Bass VI was originally released in 1961 and has made it back into the 2013 product line in Fender’s “Pawn Shop” series. This instrument features a 30″ scale length which is a very happy medium for both guitar players and bass players to pick up the Bass VI and still feel at home. The pick up configuration on the Bass VI is also unique. It features two single coil pickups (neck and middle), as well as a soap bar in the bridge, lending a wide range of tones. In my video, I play this instrument through two amps: a Blackstar HT40 as well as a good old Ampeg SVT to demonstrate the amount of ground this six-string beast can cover. Come on down to Easy Music Center and check out this incredibly cool bass!
The Gretsch Guitar Ukulele is for ukulele enthusiasts that can play guitar or guitarists that want to dabble on a smaller instrument for a change. For the money, I think this Guitar Ukulele is a huge value. I really dig the bone saddle and nut. It also has solid mahogany top and rosewood fretboard. Customers that I have talked to say that the fret spacing makes this an easy instrument to play. Check out this video showcasing the Gretsch Guitar Ukulele.
The winners of our giveaway left to right: Randy, Macy, Zixi, and Mochi Congratulations!
Hey all you Fender Fanatics out there! So you all know about the Fender Mustang solid state amps and you must know how awesome they sound. Well I have good news for you! They have improved!
Now on version 2.0 they include 5 more amp models a variety of new effects and the ability to change the parameters at a very in depth level.
We at Easy Music Center were lucky enough to have Rick Heins from Fender do a clinic for us where he went in depth about all the new features. Below is a video of Rick describing these difference’s and a few short clips of the clinic. Enjoy!
Come join us on Thursday, April 25th to check out the all new and updated Mustang V.2′s! Rick Heins will be demoing the new Mustang V.2′s, as well as answering anything else you may have about Fender Amps! Also Fender Sales Representative Mike Todd will be here to answer any other inquiries.
FREE GIVEAWAY: Enter to win the GRAND PRIZE Mustang III v.2 or 1 of 3 Mustang I v.2′s!
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Rick Heins is the Product Specialist for Amplifiers at Fender. Originally from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Heins moved to Arizona early in life and began his love for guitar in his late teens. A guitarist of diverse styles and 25 years experience, Rick has played in bands all the while, from Thrash Metal and Rock, to Alternative Country. With Fender since 2004, Heins started with the company doing Graphic and Packaging Design and progressed to his current position. He became the product specialist for Fender Amplifiers in 2010. Being an avid lover of all things amplifier, Heins was truly excited to become a part of Fender’s Amplifiers and their history. Heins is based at Fender’s global headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. He lives in nearby Phoenix, Ariz and still finds enough time to play in bands and write his own music.
Dig the sound of 50′s and 60′s Fender amps but your time machine project is a little behind schedule? Fret not, for Boss has your flux-capcitor. Meet the FBM-01. Recreating the “natural, fat, rich and bright” tone of the original like only the stomp pros at Boss can. Don’t take my word (or questionable playing) for it, come try one out for yourself today at Easy Music Center.
The Easy Music Center crew checked out the EVH booth at the 2013 NAMM Trade Show in Anaheim, California. Two new prototype’s were unveiled this year. The “Frankenstein” in all three classic Eddie striper colors (red, white, and yellow). All three are going to be half the price of the previous Charvel versions, all are equipped with D tunas as well . Also, there was the 5150 III 50 watt 2×12 combo amp. Here’s our resident shredder Billy “Van” Reichling giving both products a thorough testing!
There is nothing more I can say about this instrument other than AWESOME! It’s a banjo and guitar in one. Tune it to open “G” and play it close to a regular banjo or tune it like a regular guitar and jam your favorites. You will always have that banjo twang timbre with this instrument. In this video I tune it to “G” Wahine or open “G” major 7 and play a little tune called Whee Ha Swing. Check it out!