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The word bass is a noun.  Bass means (1) nontechnical name for any of numerous edible marine and freshwater spiny-finned fishes, (2) the member with the lowest range of a family of musical instruments, (3) the lowest part of the musical range, (4) the lowest adult male singing voice, (5) the lowest part in polyphonic music, (6) any of various North American freshwater fish with lean flesh (especially of the genus Micropterus), (7) the lean flesh of a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae, (8) an adult male singer with the lowest voiceBass is also an adjective that means (1) having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range.
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  • Bass Guitars
    Bass guitars have larger bodies and longer necks than traditional acoustic and electric guitars. A standard base guitar has four strings and a lower sound than traditional guitars.
    http://www.bassguitars.us/
  • Bass Anglers Sportsman Society
    B.A.S.S., was founded in 1968 by Ray Scott of Montgomery, Alabama, with three simple objectives: to create a credible and honorable bass fishing tournament trail, to improve our environment by uniting and amplifying the voices of anglers, and to secure a future for our youth.
    http://www.bassmaster.com/
  • Speakers
    Browse this speakers manufacturer directory for information about speaker manufacturers and distributors in the USA. The photograph on this page depicts a bass audio speaker.
    http://mfg.regionaldirectory.us/speakers/
  • Guitar Amplifiers
    Guitar amplifiers, or amps, are vital accessories to electric guitars. An amp connects to the guitar via an audio cable and has volume, bass, and treble controls to adjust the sound.
    http://www.guitaramplifiers.us/
  • Guitar Amp Manufacturers
    This web page includes a list of selected guitar amplifier manufacturers. Browse their web sites to find amps for acoustic, electric, and bass guitars.
    http://www.guitaramplifiers.us/manufacturers.htm
  • Strand Book Store
    In 1927, Ben Bass opened the Strand Book Store on 4th Avenue, home of New York's legendary Book Row. Named after the famous publishing street in London, the Strand was one of 48 bookstores on Book Row, which ran from Union Square to Astor Place. Today, the Strand is the sole surviving book store on Book Row.
    http://www.strandbooks.com/
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