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NAMM--Halfway there!

 The Winter NAMM show is in full swing, and to my eyes, it's the busiest one in a while. Bass wise, there's much to check out. Some notable early highlights the Fender 50th Anniversary Jazz Bass, the Aguilar Filter Twin
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 The Winter NAMM show is in full swing, and to my eyes, it's the busiest one in a while. Bass-wise, there's much to check out. Some notable early highlights: the Fender 50th Anniversary Jazz Bass, the Aguilar Filter Twin and new Aguilar J-Bass pickups, and the TC Electronic tuner (I know, a tuner---big deal. But really...it's a super-cool tuner).

If you're not following us on Twitter @bassplayernow (you can see the feed below) and checking out our Flickr gallery, you're missing out. We'll continue to post pix, video, and more throughout the weekend...in the meantime, join the conversation at Twitter and let us know what you think about all this new gear...

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