Nashville, TN (June 27, 2008) --  Low end players were drooling over the stuff at Anthony Pelosi''s booth. See it all up close in the video below: rare tonewoods with

Nashville, TN (June 27, 2008) --  Low end players were drooling over the stuff at Anthony Pelosi''s booth. See it all up close in the video below: rare tonewoods with custom electronics, bold body shapes and lots of hardware options. Anthony crafts everything by hand at his shop in Brooklyn and makes every design choice with particular tonal characterstics in mind. A lifetime bass player, his instruments are influenced by the needs of today''s working bassists.



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