Shawn Cavanaugh Shawn is an award winning pro bassist based in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. Shawn has released several solo and full band records under his own name (Shawn Cav) as well as recorded for several other performers. Shawn has an extensive amount of live performance experience from performing at legendary venues such as The Stone Pony to doing east coast tours with lots of different musical acts. You can see where Shawn will be performing next by following his bandsintown page or twitter/instagram pages : @shawncavbass.
John Seda-THE PRODUCER- Founder of the digital music distribution site. John Seda and his Rising Sun Music recording studios in Tampa Florida, have proven experience gained over more than 30 years. John has worked for a long and unwavering career in music, including roles as a performer, songwriter, producer, audio engineer, sound engineer, and more. He has collaborated with Grammy, Gold, Platinum, and Hall of Fame recipients and generated soundtrack credits seen on Bright House, Cablevision, Cox, Time Warner and many more. John Seda is endorsed by Black Diamond Strings and Cubase Pro and all Steinberg products. More about John
Ben O’Neill, guitarist with John Legend and Jill Scott and long time Black Diamond String endorser.
|Wimberley Bluegrass Band is comprised entirely of four siblings based in Southern California! They provide fun and wholesome musical entertainment, and strive to keep the traditional sounds of bluegrass music alive and well by taking it to new audiences. Danielle Wimberley plays the mandolin, James Wimberley plays banjo, Mark Wimberley, his twin, plays guitar, and Michael Wimberley plays the fiddle. They all sing, with Michael usually taking the lead and the others singing that tight harmony unique to family groups. They are honored to be endorsing artists with some great companies: Weber Mandolin Company, Deering Banjo Company, Black Diamond Strings, L.R. Baggs acoustic pickups, and G&H Plugs.|
"I bought several random sets of strings for my dread because I have not found a 'go-to' brand of strings yet. I like Elixirs, but not enough to continually pay $15/set for. Ernie Balls (my electric go-to brand) on acoustic sound too brassy for my tastes. Of all the random sets I bought, these were far and above the best sounding (to my ear), and still 2/3 the cost of Elixirs. They sound very stringy, light and airy. A kind of shimmery-vocal sound, not harsh and nasty like phosphor bronzes. Plenty of projection. Eventually, the set I had broke, and I a set of Elixirs laying around, so I put them back on. I was disappointed with the Elixirs. So, I'm sold on these strings now." Pscheoverdrive MD
"Give these a try, you may love'em! Seem to be well made strings. Black Diamond is reborn and seems to be doing a great job with this string. I've only played one set but love them. The Black color and feel is unique but becomes really nice after awhile. the coating will wear off in time, but it helps the string last much longer and even it the coating wears off where the pick hits the strings, no big deal for me, the string still sounds good. I have 3 Martin Vintage Reissues, a 1995 Golden Era D18, one of 250 which is what I have used the BDs on and love the sound and feel. I plan on putting them on my HD28 LSV next. Both of these guitars are cannons!! "Sharpsound TN