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I used to play my acoustic bass with a young women in a duo and we played some original tunes and a few covers. We played at a self group Christmas party and also a university bar. This was in the early days of the internet as I remember and I did not have graphic web access then. After one gig we went back to someone's place and they had graphic web access with netscape and that was the first time I saw the graphic web.
Today I am bringing my old acoustic bass on the bus to the music store to see if they will accept a trade in for a small guitar amplifier head. It is an 80 watt into 4 ohm amplifier head. I might build my own speaker cabinet for it. If I spend almost all my available cash and the store give me the credit for the bass that they said they might I can buy the amplifier and bring it home today.
I can close that past event in my life buy getting rid of this acoustic bass. I will then go to the Supreme court to protest for women's rights with amp in hand. The United Nations Convention on women's rights is 25 years old now.
I am just checking the bus schedule to get to the music store and take my bass past the school in one symbolic last presence of the bass on campus.Posted by petert at December 10, 2006 09:26 AM