Philly Show

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Philly Show

Postby Mike » Wed Jul 21, 2010 4:15 pm


I just wanted to say that one of our own, KeBo, had some incredible vintage basses at the show this past weekend in Philly (well, actually Valley Forge). I must say is that if you're looking for a nice vintage instrument at a good price, you need to give KeBo a call. You might even find a nice '64 P-Bass there from time to time.... Almost 100 basses made his booth the best one at the show by far.

I almost forgot--Jerry Barnes spent some time at KeBo's booth on Saturday and all I can is that all bass players needed to be there. In addition to playing some truly outstanding bass lines, he's a really nice guy, too.

Just thought I'd pass it on to you guys. Thanks, KeBo!

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Re: Philly Show

Postby Kevin Probass Borden » Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:26 am

So Mikey - Tell the class what you boooought,, Its show and tell time...
Kevin Probass Borden

Re: Philly Show

Postby BLUESMANVINTAGE » Mon Jul 26, 2010 3:40 pm

Kebo, Give me a call this week and get some details about how the show went.
"Can I get a LOT more of me in everyone else's monitor" - JOHN SCOTT

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