Saturday, June 27, 2009

Get Your Cincinnati Bass Blast Swag Here

Get your Cincinnati Bass Blast 2009 T-Shirt and Ball caps here at the brand new Cincinnati Bass Blast Gift Shop.

To keep costs down, but still generate a little extra change to put toward the event costs, we're making a teeny profit (just $1) on each item. And you get a cool shirt or cap in return. Thank you in advance. And see you there!

Saturday, June 20, 2009 Shows Cincy Bass Blast Love

If you haven't seen this site: no treble - the site for bass players , check it out. It's a great resource. We thank them for covering our event. Show them love.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Did Someone Say Raffle?

Well, as a matter of fact, we did.

I (meaning, me, Helena) stopped by Moeller Music in Middletown this afternoon to drop off posters and they contributed a fistful of handy picks and an Ernie Ball Power Peg motorized string winder to be raffled off at our July 15 bass guitar event. Thanks for your support, Moeller Music! Need music stuff? Go there. They represent.

We'll also be giving away GHS/Lakland strings and a couple of Fodera cables. And possibly a couple of pedals. We're going to do our best to make this the best bass guitar hang EVER! You comin'?

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Bass Musician Magazine Lists Cincy Bass Blast on Calendar

Bass Musician Magazine, an Online Bass Magazine and Community Designed For Bass Players and Bass Professionals listed Cincinnati Bass Blast on its Community Calendar! 

See what cool bass-related thing is happening now.

Thanks Bass Musician Magazine!! Read it here.  

Monday, June 15, 2009

Bass Events: A Reason To Meet And Share Passion

That's what we're talking about... hat tip to digital music agency NEO * DMC for a great post that explains who we are (bass players) and why we're doing this event (Cincinnati Bass Blast).

Bass Events: A Reason To Meet And Share Passion

"The bass niche seems small compared to the guitar market. But like all small tribes, bass players are connected through a very unique bond — similar to the ukulele players tribe."