Bass pro shops have become a fixture in the professional bass player’s life, but the sport’s traditional purist is starting to see the value in investing in a more versatile option.
The Bass Pro Shop in Los Angeles, California is one such shop, but for those who like to play in the background, the bass pro-shop is an option that’s worth looking into.
The shop is located in the old bass pro studio, but it’s now a modern home that’s equipped with an 8-foot boom mic and an integrated bass line, according to bass pro site BassProShop.com.
The store features a rack that houses the boom mic, and you can grab the microphone with a pair of pliers.
You can also plug in the mic to a stereo and use the microphone to drive a guitar, bass guitar, or a bass amplifier.
There are also three other boom microphones on the shelves.
If you’re in a budget, the Bass Pro shop also sells a $200 portable stand that can hold your microphone, speakers, and other gear.
The stand has a microphone mount and a USB cable for connecting the stand to your laptop or desktop computer.
The company also sells two stand accessories for $60, but those don’t come with a boom mic mount.
The company’s website offers more information on the boom mics, including the pros’ opinion on whether or not they’re worth the money.
Bass ProShop also sells accessories like the Pro-Tune line of boom mikes.
The site also has a bass pro section that covers everything from bass pickups and amplifiers to mic preamps and more.
There’s also a bass-reflex system that offers a variety of different types of preamps for different types, from cheap to high-end.