Post Number: 208
|Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2005 - 7:06 am: |
hi guys justthought I'd let you kmow I'm on tour of california area until 5th July, we are doing a gig at jilliards in Las vegas tonight.
The tour is called the British reggae explosion tour and includes the Reggae Revolution, Musical youth and Apache Indian.
you can find more details at www.reggaerevolution.net
or my web site at www.notstrictlyjazz.com
ps if there is a music store there that sells alembic either bass or guitar could you call the jilliards and leave a message for me there for "Delano Mills as I am not sure when I will get internet access again. We are only there for a day so if you like reggae why not come over and say hi, I play guitar on this tour.
ps if you are selling an alembic guitar or have one I can try out at soundcheck or at the gig that would be cool. Obviouslyy without commitment to purchase unless its the right one :-)
I've never played nor even seen an alembic guitar in the flesh.
gotta dash the van is moving out.....
Post Number: 519
|Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2005 - 7:54 am: |
Good luck on your tour. I would have loved to have brought down my Electrum for you to check out in San Francisco, but, unfortunately, I'm out of town that day. Of course if you can get a few hour's free time, you can drive one hour north to Alembicland where you can try out guitars (& basses) to your heart's content. Well worth the trip, if you get the chance.
Post Number: 2
|Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2005 - 9:08 am: |
Where is Jilliards in Las Vegas? I looked in our Yellow Pages (paper and online) and couldn't find any mention of it. If you let me know where/when it is I may be able to stop by.
Ed Roman's stocks both Alembic basses and guitars. He is just off the strip on Industrial Road.
Post Number: 3
|Posted on Wednesday, June 29, 2005 - 9:39 am: |
Sorry...just looked at your site (durrr). It is at Gillian's on Fremont St.