West L.A. Music and Ibanez host |
guitar and bass clinic with Carol Kaye
LOS ANGELES, CA —Ibanez guitars will be showcased and demonstrated at West L.A. Music’s Universal City location on November 15 at 7pm during a special in-store clinic that will feature renowned electric bassist Carol Kaye as clinician. West L.A. Music frequently hosts various clinics and workshops at each of their locations in West L.A. and Universal City.
Since 1949, Carol Kaye has been playing and teaching guitar all over the United States. In 1969, she coined the name “electric bass,” referring to what was then called the “Fender bass,” and she has since remained a leading performer, educator, and trend-setter among electric bassists worldwide. Kaye has been frequently called on by countless film, television, and commercial studios and record companies since 1958, and she’s worked with an extensive list of legendary music icons. Kaye uses and exclusively endorses Ibanez basses and guitars.
Ibanez has been designing innovative guitars worldwide for approximately 30 years. Their JEM, JS, RG and S guitar models have been considered the standard in hard rock and instrumental rock guitars. Ibanez is also one of the top selling bass companies in the world (in many places the top selling bass). Ibanez first drew attention in the 70s and 80s with its neck-thru Musician basses with active electronics. Today, Ibanez offers a huge number of 4, 5, and 6 basses in the Soundgear as well as the basses of the future, the luthite-bodied Ergodynes.
For forty years, West L.A. Music has supplied music, audio and recording equipment to recording studios, broadcast companies, film and video post-production facilities, major artists, producers, composers, and record companies, as well as schools, churches and government agencies. West L.A. Music offers expert system design, installation, and training services for outfitting home studios, sophisticated world-class studios, local clubs, concert arenas, and more. For more information, call West L.A. Music at 310-477-1945, or visit the West L.A. Music website at www.westlamusic.com