La Bella Strings Presents Lord of the Low End

La Bella Strings presents an all-bass event that will benefit Little Kids Rock, a non-profit organization aimed at helping revitalize music education.

Newburgh, NY (September 4, 2013) -- La Bella Strings in proud to present the exclusive bass event “Lords of the Low End” on Saturday, September 28th at the Cutting Room in New York City from 1PM to 5:30PM.

Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit “Little Kids Rock,” a non-profit organization aimed to help restore and revitalize music education in disadvantaged public schools. Open to the public, $10 tickets will enter attendees into a raffle for the chance to win over $10,000 of bass gear and accessories donated by sponsors and exhibitors. “Lords of the Low End” will feature performances by La Bella Strings endorsees/bass players such as the legendary Alain Caron, Ruben Rodriguez, Brian Bromberg, Jerry Barnes,Igor Saavedra and more. Bass builders and bass accessory brands will be exhibiting today’s hottest products. Free bass tune-ups will also be available by master luthier Mas Hino.

Sponsors and exhibitors include today’s best bass brands: Gruv Gear, Michael Tobias Design, Fodera, Bass on the Broadband, Alleva-Coppolo, Markbass, Veillette Guitars, Warwick, M.V. Pedulla Guitars, Sadowsky Guitars, Hipshot Products, Pigtronix Pedals, Citron-Guitars, F Bass, Lieber Instruments, Mey America, Phil Jones Sound, TECH21, Bill Milkowski author of Jaco's biography, and more.

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