Jay Mueller & Ed Wise at 2008 Mammoth lakes
Ross with his own
Everybody I work with loves the sound of this instrument. It's the only traveller I've played that has the air and the wood in the sound.
- Roger Spencer at IAJE convention last January in Long Beach, California
To Ross "G'day Mate ! I love this "BASS"
- Jay Mueller member of Bill Allreds Classic Jazz Band
I have played lots of travel basses over the years , This is the only one that "PUMPS AIR"
Dave Stone at The NAM Expo in LA 2001
"YeeeeeeeeeeeeHAH! The bass is MAGNIFICENT! Even better than I had remembered from having seen/heard/played Jay Mueller's! Worth every penny...Thanks for creating an awesome instrument. I played the bass on my gig last night at Harrah's Casino, and everyone in the band, including yours truly, was totally knocked out by the bass. Have I thanked you enough?"
- Ed Wise, Bass Player, New Orleans.
Everyone on Facebook loves your bass... I've decided to call him 'Angelito' - my little Angel :)
cheers, Dan Allen - Sydney.
From Jenine Abarbanel
We were back in Melbourne yesterday after a weekend playing at a bluegrass festival in Harrietville. We played a gig with the American band Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen. They are amazing, such skilled musicians! Their bass player, Jeremy Middleton is very particular about the bass he plays, and had rejected the first loaner bass he was offered. He then played a folding travel bass someone else loaned him, before accidentally getting his hands on my Anderson Bass (her name is Betty). He loved her right from the start! So last night, when we played with them at the Ferntree Gully Bowling Club for Mountain Pickers Association, he played Betty. He had a fancy pre-amp that he used to make her sound like a throaty, 100 year old Kaye. It was glorious!
I’ve had a couple inquiries from people about Betty and I referred them to you. Do you have many left in the workshop? You had 8 when I saw you last year, I imagine your stock would be reducing!
Here are a few photos I thought you might like.