[Musikmesse] Shadow Stompin' Bass
Shadow’s newest percussive instrument is an instrument designed to add dynamic percussion for solo artists and bands alike. The Stompin’ Bass is played simply by tapping the surface with your foot.
The small and solid box made of rosewood works as a bass or bass drum accompaniment for your band.
The removable rear extension supports your heel, and the anti-slip surface keeps the Stompin’ Bass in place. Toneful bubinga wood houses Shadow’s high quality, patented NanoMAG pickup. Combined they produce a very natural, deep, warm percussive sound, according to Shadow. The Stompin’ Bass is shielded to make it free from noise and interference.
The Stompin’ Bass comes with its own special carry case.
More information: www.shadow-electronics.com
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