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EBS @ Musicians Planet, Stockholm
EBS participated in the Musicians Planet Exhibition Show last weekend in Stockholm, Sweden. Among many great things, this show meant the World Premiere of none the less two new EBS products! The EBS Reidmar 250 lightweight bass amp and the EBS Session 120 tiltback bass combo, and bigger brother to the successful EBS Session 60!
Check out the pictures from the show here, videos will be posted later featuring artist appearances and some clips with the new EBS babies in action! 🙂
A moog was brought to the booth, connected to the new EBS Reidmar 250 amp with EBS ClassicLine mini cabinets 110 & 112, and boom! Wow – dynamite! People came running from around to see what the heck was going on…impressive indeed! Later an EBS pedalboard of effects was connected and further impressed the audience.
EBS first lightweight head – Reidmar 250. Crystal clear tone, definition and attack – in the vein of EBS philosophy. Finally a lightweight amp that can reflect the character of an instrument. Will start shipping from Sweden in November, price for the Swedish market is 4695 SEK.
The new 4 ohm bass head match perfectly with the two 8 ohm ClassicLine mini size cabinets 110 and 112.
Presented in style – the range of EBS effects for bass, guitar, keyboard and beyond…
The EBS turned out great in this K-marked building. A fun anecdote is that the cover picture of the new string packages was taken almost at the exact same spot as the EBS booth, during a Danko Jones concert in the venue.
Like the last Namm and Frankfurt shows, EBS offered to check out the pedals with headphones, both with bass and guitar. Thanks to Fender for loaning us the guitar!
Anders Molle Molin, the man behind many of EBS sound samples on the website along with EBS Artist Anders Sevebo from Cellout.
EBS Domestic Sales Representant Jonas Cederling with the new mini rig!
EBS Artist Lasse Risberg from Robert Wells Rhapsody In Rock show along with Bo Engberg, EBS CEO.
EBS Sales Manager, and excellent bass player, Michael Stolt checking out the Reidmar 250 setup.
Guitarists checked out the EBS pedals, made for bass but great with guitar too!
Anders Molle Molin introduced the gear to curious visitors.
Bas & Bas, consisting of Bengan Jonasson from Dan Reed Band and Gustaf Hielm former Meshuggah bass player (among a lot other things) played at the booth on Saturday.
Another shoot during Bas & Bas set.
EBS Artist Pat Splat from F.K.Ü. with his new custom designed Sandberg bass with Freddy Krueger’s portrait all over it!
Isabelle at the EBS Merch stand at the show.
F.K.Ü. being interviewed for the online rock community Crank It Up.
The main hall at the exhibition collected plenty of the biggest brands.
Crank It Up had an EBS rig at their hang out place to be.
Swedens only boyband, EMD at the show.
EBS Artist Bertil BasBerra Holmgren performed at the EBS booth both days.
EBS Artist Victor Brandt from Entombed to the left, EBS Artist Zornheym from Dark Funeral to the right, and one of the other members of Dark Funeral in the middle.
EBS Artists Henrik Linder from Dirty Loops and Aleks Brdarski from Eric Saade’s band. Eric Saade won the Swedish round of the Eurovision Song Contest last spring, Henrik and his fellows of Dirty Loops spent the summer backing up Danny Saucedo, who came second in the same competition.
Two former Pain Of Salvation bass players and EBS Artists, Per Schelander (who’s also known from Royal Hunt) and Gustaf Hielm (who’s been in Meshuggah as well) at the EBS booth.
Bo with the girls from Spitchic!
EBS Salesman Jonas with old EBS friends Janne P and EBS Artist Lennarth “Z” Zethson.
Victor from Entombed and ex-Satyricon, Ralf from EBS and Zornheym from Dark Funeral.
Victor checking out the Freddy Krueger bass.
Jocke from Rytmus, and his collegue and EBS Artist Mackan Englund with Bo.
EBS Artists Per Schelander, Z, Gustaf Hielm and Jenny from Spitchic.
Aleks Brsarski from Eric Saade’s band jamming with Henrik Linder from Dirty Loops and Danny Saucedo. Supervised by their former teacher and EBS artist Robban Sundin.
EBS Artist and Session Great Anders Jonsson came by on Sunday.
Anders Molle Molin playing at the EBS booth.
Per Ryberg, one of the new owners of Musikaffärn in Bollnäs, and Jonas. Per has also worked with recording bands like Swedish successful act Takida.
Henrik Mini Linder from Dirty Loops played at the booth on Sunday.
Victor from Entombed and Zornheym from Dark Funeral with Orbituary and ex-Deicide guitarist Ralph Santolla. Ralph did a clinic at the show, backed up by Zornheym playing guitar through an EBS Classic 450 with an 810 cab…strange but cool.
BasBerra on the main stage with blues rock trio Martin Gabriel Trio.
Guitarist Ralp Santolla from Orbituary and ex-Deicide, Iced Earth etc backed up by Zornheym, that played his guitar through the EBS bass rig.
The brand new EBS Session 120 was showned in public for the first time at Musicians Planet. This baby is a 120 W tiltback style bass combo offering excellent bass tone with an impressive bottom and body. The EBS Session 120 will start shipping from Sweden in November and price is set to 4 495 SEK (in Sweden).