I’m so pleased to announce to that I’m officially a member of the NS Design family, check out my artist page here – https://thinkns.com/artists/ns-design-artist-george-price/

HOW COOL IS THAT?! Thanks to Ns Design and Dave Good from The Bass Centre UK who managed to pull this all together!

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Thanks to my friends over at Singular Sound for sending me their new Aeros Loop Studio! Straight out of the box, it looks sleek, clean and I just know I’ll have SO much fun with it! Keep an eye out on my insta for tunes!

I was asked to a do session last minute for artist for EiA the other day and wow, what a day that was! It was my first NS Stick session of 2020 at The Attic Sounds Studio over in Bermondsey, London.

I laid down the bass and even some (hopefully epic) guitar solos!! The Stick is one of the most versatile instruments I’ve ever played…what a joy to play!

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It was such fun being back at The Glad Pub with LYRA. What a fab evening with a lovely, friendly vibe! It’s a good intimate venue and the crowds are always really appreciative! I look forward to playing there again soon!

Big shout to NS Design because that Omni Bass turns heads and sounds FANTASTIC!!

February is going really so far, I’ve got a lot of gigs on the way! Here’s my mega cool rig with my new TC Electronic BQ500! It sounds incredible! I love my NS Design Omni Bass too, the Bass Centre really sorted me out a good’un there!

Here’s a clip of LYRA’s new tune, ‘Feels Like Forever’ from when we played the Camden Assembly! What a gig! This Camden venue is a joy to play and Jimmy did a wonderful on the on stage sound!

I love my NS Design Omni Bass

Here’s some exciting news! NS Design will be using a photo or two of mine in their exhibition booth at NAMM 2020!! They will be showcasing various NS Design players around the world, so I feel very lucky to be involved.

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Photo Credit – Ian Morrall