The Nike ‘Zoom HyperRev’ Basketball Shoe (Men)is basically a very good product if compared to others. Nike ‘Zoom HyperRev’ Basketball Shoe (Men) is clearly better.
One of my friends has the 5th Ave. single pickup model. He uses nickel wound .012′s with a wound 3rd (G) string. He is mainly a strummer and does a little finger picking so these strings feel like acoustic string as opposed to electric strings with the plain 3rd string. It sounds great through an amp and ok through a PA system but the pickup is not a hi-output one. If you plan on going direct I’d suggest you use a DI/pre-amp device like the LR Baggs PADI. If you are using an amp than that’s not really needed. It’s pretty bassy when played direct through a PA but the new godin 5th avenue kingpin at musicians friend does shine when played through an tube amp like a Fender Blues Jr. If I were to buy one I’d get the single P-90 one without the cutaway in either sunburst or natural. I like the looks and don’t need the extra pickup or cutaway. I’d also probably upgrade the pickup too.
I cannot wait for these bags! How fab will a Chanel backpack look on a summer trip? The colors are amazing!!!!!! My head is spinning and I just cannot get a handle on what to buy.
Spending around $2000 isn’t ridiculous – it should be something respectable, and something she will be proud to wear for years. If you want to get her a $200 ring, that’s a birthday present, not an engagement ring – unless you are not able to afford more, and that’s fine. One of the most beautiful of engagement rings I know is absolutely tiny, but a very high quality solitaire on a gold band, and the gal who has it also has a great husband who didn’t have much at the time. Now they have three kids, and she still has her brilliant star of a ring. It’s all she needs.
Vogue Paris February 2014
Emily DiDonato by David Sims
Love it. I do not know if it’s just this picture, but I love that we can see texture on her skin. The close-up and sense of supermodel beauty gives it an 80′s vibe, which I’m always up for seeing after a wave of countless bland newbies on the fashion scene. I’m happy to see her get a major cover. And the content sounds very exciting. Vogue Paris is the one magazine where I’m guaranteed there is going to be something to entertain me for the month.
If your a serious bass player and are looking at buying a new, high quality bass then your probably looking at Warwick (played by Erland Caspersen, Ryan Martine and Jack Bruce). The Warwick bass guitars are fantastic, high quality woods, great craftsmanship, tones of optional extra (fretless, lefthanded, 6-7 string etc) and alot of professional touring artists play them, they are a great choice but there can only be one winner. The best for me would be the Warwick Thumb BO. This warwick bass guitar at musicians friend is around $2500, made in Europe and have active electronics.
I’ve a ddm4000 for about several years now and I love it. I love that I can do everything from the mixer and never have to reach for the laptop. I’ve done about a lot of gigs on it each being 4hrs + with zero problems. I’ve done practicing at my house for 1-2 hours probably like a thousand times and never had a problem either. I liked it and it did take a beating for several years with no issues. I even fried out one channel at a crappy bar once, but the thing kept on playing (right channel only). Had it repaired and worked like a champ. I am thinking of replacing it after seeing some of the exciting Behringer dj mixers at musicians friend.
My sister is currently very happy with the watch she have – a Cartier Santos Demoiselle but was looking for another watch to alternate it with. Shes been looking at some Charriol pieces and found them really cute, especially the Charriol Colvmbvs. A friend of mine has one and he’s worn it since the day he purchased his. He’s very happy with it. He gets it cleaned/polished when it starts showing a lot of wear and then its back to looking like brand new.
Grande Date GMT watch
I own a Koss Porta Pro. The build quality indeed one of the best. They are now two years old, in constant outdoor use and are still in very good shape. No broken parts, no broken cable. The sound to me is relatively balanced. Especially for such an inexpensive headphone. I actually like them a lot. They are easy to drive by the built-in headphone amplifier in portable players. If mine would break I´d buy koss headphones at Musicians Friend anytime again.