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byPublished on 02-14-2011 06:10 AM Number of Views: 280
What was the question? Oh, when is Lane going to start blogging again? Answer, any day now. We're happy to report that Lane is carving time from his busy touring schedule to post comments, information, advice, and observations from time to time, so click on the "Lane's Blog" button at least once a week or so to make sure you don't miss anything!
byPublished on 02-08-2011 03:10 PM Number of Views: 358
To complete the article on Larry Hartke, we offer the lowdown on the Hartke HyDrive 5410C Bass Combo Amp - as featured on their website
HyDrive transducers represent a revolutionary improvement in bass speaker technology and a major leap forward, fusing paper and aluminum in a roadworthy speaker ...
byPublished on 02-07-2011 10:15 AM Number of Views: 318
Larry Hartke is co-founder of Hartke Systems, manufacturers of bass guitar amplifiers and speaker cabinets.
This article is re-printed with permission
©2010 Jon Liebman
FBPO: What kind of musical upbringing did you have? Can I assume you started out as a player?
LH: I always loved music and in the early ’60s my transistor radio was my best friend. Listening to ...
byPublished on 02-02-2011 07:45 AM Number of Views: 249
Good news, TMBG Members, Roy's finally been able to address his scheduling challenges, and will be logging on to the Row regularly every Monday from now on. At that time he'll address your questions and offer whatever tips and advice have occurred to him in the intervening week.
So, if something's on your mind, post it now!
byPublished on 01-27-2011 09:15 AM Number of Views: 865
Is the Tower of Power - that Stonehenge-like arrangement of monolithic amplifiers lining the back of the stage at your typical arena rock concert - a thing of the past?Our friend Dave Molter at musicgearreview.com, weighs ...
byPublished on 01-24-2011 12:40 PM Number of Views: 272
This guy looks like he could really pound out some thunder in his day!!
JOHANNES MATTHIAS SPERGER
(1750 - 1812)
Johannes Matthias Sperger was one of the most prolific composers of his time.
Nevertheless his reputation rested largely on his abilities as ...