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10/10/2006

COMPASHAUN INTERNATIONAL

Andrew Osenga writes...

"My friend Aaron Sands is selling a couple of his basses. He asked me to let folks know about them. For all you bass players out there, Aaron played with Jars of Clay until this past year when he decided to get off the road to be with his family, so you can trust they play well and sound great. They’re expecting a new baby next month, as well, so bid high and bid often!

I write...

I got to know Aaron when I opened for Jars of Clay on their last tour with Jennifer Knapp. (Name dropper) Great guy. Great bass player. I don't know anything about basses but I can't imagine Aaron playing a piece of crap, so check it out and feed his family. For the price of a cup of coffee a day....

While I'm at it, I'm selling some bizarre stuff over at ebay too, to get through the slow winter(ish) months:
Camera
Pentax-M 200mm Lens Tempo 2x Tele-Converter
Another camera
24 Original Star Wars action figures (hey, they were Christmas gifts, a long long time ago)
And that guitar of mine

8 Comments:

Anonymous keith said...

Very nice. Your Yoda has red eyes and a utility belt. My Yoda has black eyes and no belt. And I didn't think Cobra was part of that galaxy.

10/10/2006  
Blogger Shaun Groves said...

I don't know who Cobra is. Seriously, this stuff has been sitting in my attic for years...I only play with it when a new Star Wars movie comes out, and Becky dresses up in a golden bikini and pins danishes to her head and...I feel like I've over shared.

10/10/2006  
Anonymous tunz4jesus said...

Boy, I can't top that...but I did post the basses on a forum that sees a lot of people. Would love to add one to my collection, but when you have a collection, you probably have too many anyway.

http://www.bwacksforum.com/forums/showthread.php4?p=37055#post37055

10/11/2006  
Blogger Mustard Packet Pelter said...

Sweet I'm liking the cameras. Didn't know you liked photography Shaun. Learn something new every day.

10/11/2006  
Blogger Rachel said...

Would that telephoto work on my Canon? It's a bayonet mount...or is it specific to the brand? Sorry, it's a bit of an amateur question, but I know it can't hurt to ask. :)

Thanks Shaun.
*Rachel

10/11/2006  
Blogger Shaun Groves said...

I'm so amateur I don't know the answer.

10/11/2006  
Anonymous keith said...

The little blue broken guy is a Cobra trooper-some'n-er-n'other. He's an enemy of G.I. Joe, not the rebel alliance.

10/11/2006  
Blogger Rachel said...

haha Shaun...that's okay. One of my photographer friends thinks it should fit. We'll see who ends up with the lovely item up for bids.

*Rach

10/12/2006  

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