Description: Bass Player Wirecraft Figurine - This beautiful sculpted wirecraft figurine of a Bass Player is a must have for any bassist! This unique bass guitar gift is made entirely from copper and metal. This bass player figurine comes with mic and guitar amp as w Learn
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Every bassist likes a gift that ties into their passion. This bass player figurine is an example of a product that would make an ideal gift for the bassist in your life. If bass is their thing, you need a gift idea that will make a good impression. You could give them the standard bass accessory but it might not be unique enough. A more unique gift idea would be this awesome figurine from Drum Bum.
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A bassist is a type of musician who plays a bass guitar or upright bass. The bass guitar has become the industry standard for most genres of modern music since its introduction in the 1960s. However, the upright, double bass remains the traditional instrument of choice for classical music, jazz and rockabilly. Bass guitar players create the low end notes of the harmony in a song complementing the drummer as they provide the rhythm and foundation for the song. The bass guitar can be played with a pick or by slapping one’s fingers and thumb against the strings. The upright, double bass is strummed with a bow for long notes and chords or plucked by fingers to create short staccato notes.