Aguilar Amplification Announces Masterclass with John Patitucci

Aguilar Amplification, maker of high-quality bass amplifiers, speaker cabinets and accessories for bassists is pleased to announce the re-launch of their Artist Series Master Classes on Thursday, June 20, 2013 with Jazz great John Patitucci.

New York, NY (May 28, 2013) -- Aguilar Amplification, maker of high-quality bass amplifiers, speaker cabinets and accessories for bassists is pleased to announce the re-launch of their Artist Series Master Classes on Thursday, June 20, 2013 with Jazz great John Patitucci. In addition to the clinic’s topic for the evening – Bass: The Funkiest Natural Element – John will also be performing in a duo setting with a soon-to-be-announced special guest!

During his illustrious, 25-year career, the multiple Grammy winner has recorded and/or performed with Chick Corea, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, B.B. King, Natalie Cole and Joao Gilberto among many, many others. His work on Chick Corea’s seminal Elektric band and Akoustic Band albums cemented his reputation as a musician of extraordinary range that is equally adept on both electric and upright bass.

The event will be held in the new Aguilar Studios location in NYC. Seating for this event is limited! Tickets are $20 per person and must be purchased in advance from Aguilar’s web store.

John Patitucci Master Class clinic
Aguilar Studios - Chelsea
Thursday, June 20, 2013
148 W 24th Street, 5th Fl.
NYC, NY 10011
Doors open at 6:30, Clinic at 7:30 pm
$20 per person – tickets must be purchased in advance. Seating is limited!

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