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We so hope you have a wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving! And to show our thanks we wanted to give you a Special Exclusive Early Bird Heads Up on our Holiday Specials!

Starting on November 28th We will be offering 20% Instant Savings on all Gift Cards over $50!

That’s a HUGE Savings! Plus! Wanna get in on some freebies??

Celebrate the Holiday Season with SoundCheck Music at our Customer Appreciation Holiday Bash and Get in our Raffle! Dec 17th at the Holbrooke Hotel! RSVP on our Facebook Event Page Here! NCMA & Cornerstone Accounting are to attend as well!

Go Turkey The Day after Thanksgiving and join us for Cornish Christmas on November 28th! We will be staying open till 9 PM Every Friday till December 19th!

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Welcome Back to SoundCheck Music Center! We have a little trivia that may blow you away!

What James Brown song was sampled in En Vogue’s hit “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)”?

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POST YOUR ANSWERS IN THE COMMENTS! OR – IF YOUR NOT A WORDPRESS USER!

Visit our Facebook Page to Post your Answers There!

http://www.musictriviamaster.com

1945 : John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival) in Berkeley, California.
John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival)

John Fogerty depicted his experiences from Putah Creek near Winters, CA in the Song “Green River” while vacationing from his hometown in Berkeley, CA. He was born and raised there attending El Cerrito High and practicing with others who would other band together and create the famous band “Creedence Clearwater Revival”

Their teacher Barry Olivier was the producer & creator for the Berkeley Folk Festival which was held annually from 1958 to 1970.

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Amazingly in 1970 – Fleetwood Mac lost founding member Peter Green when he announced he needed to leave the group to devote himself to “What God would have me do.” After a few member changes, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks join the band for their most successful lineup in 1974. ImageL

Featured Item of the Week! This week we are featuring an Ampeg 1972 Vintage Style B100! In good condition! Only $299! Get it now!

Call Bill at 530-272-7236 or Visit SoundCheck Music Center on Maltman Drive in Grass Valley!

Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones

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1967 : Mick Jagger does as he’s told and sings Let’s Spend The Night Together as “Let’s Spend Some Time Together” when The Rolling Stones appear on the Ed Sullivan Show. Jagger rolls his eyes derisively when he sings the altered line. http://calendar.songfacts.com/events/January/15/

Just Amazing! The Rolling Stones very own Mick Jagger ceases to amaze us and had events happen all over the world… But in 1967, on this day, he made his political statement while instructed to change the lyrics to his song. Check out the Performance here… Classic!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7JEGcWGbKE

 

Have you taken a good hard look at your Acoustic Guitar lately? Notice anything? Well… a guitar needs moisture to keep it sounding its best! A dry guitar would show signs of shrinking, widening or splitting joints, and maybe even, dare we say – cracks in the body of your guitar! Using a Humidifier is a great way to seal your guitar’s wood with moisture, ensuring that cracks and warping doesn’t happen during the dry season.

Acoustic Guitars Need Humidity!

If you are located on the East Coast, then you probably don’t have a problem with your guitar’s wood drying out… but many locations feature a dry climate, even and in some places, especially in the winter season. Taking care of your guitar comes with many responsibilities. Keeping clean and fresh strings, tight keys, a straight neck, updated electronics and healthy wood are all parts of keeping a healthy acoustic guitar.

SoundCheck Music Center offers maintenance and repair for acoustic guitars as well as electric guitars. It’s important to have a Specialized Repair Technician take a look at the condition of your guitar if you are unsure of your guitar’s health. A quick evaluation can tell you if a Humidifier is the right remedy for getting your guitar’s designed tone singing proudly. SoundCheck Music sells a few different types of Guitar Humidifiers. Located in Northern California, we recommend the Music Nomad Humidifier. It is an easy, no mess, simple to use humidifier that sells for a fantastic price of just under $12!

Care for your instruments and they will care for your musical spirit for a lifetime. Call Bill for more ideas on how to do your Equipment Check Up today!

SoundCheck Music Center on Maltman Drive in Grass Valley, CA. 530-272-7236