Dig Our Rig: February 2014 - Pete Langford - BassPlayer.com

Dig Our Rig: February 2014 - Pete Langford

Here is a shot of my musical family. It has evolved over the years, but I still love ’em all.
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Here is a shot of my musical family. It has evolved over the years, but I still love ’em all. From bottom left: NoName Guitars “Pete Langford” model acoustic bass guitar, Sakis Greek bouzouki, Paris Swing mandolin, Alvarez mandolin, Tacoma Papoose 12-string, Kala U-Bass, Godin 5th Avenue archtop acoustic guitar, and an Augustino LoPrinzi guitar. On the floor: 1983 Fender Precision and Squier P-Bass. The uprights, left to right: New Standard bass, Eminence Portable 5-string, and Chadwick folding bass. On the couch: Martin Backpacker mandolin, Fender Roscoe Beck 5, Fender ’64 Jazz Reissue, Modulus M92 5-string, Fender 60th anniversary P-Bass, G&L SB-1, Carvin SB4000. —Pete Lang ford

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