Bass Pro is a company that’s had a lot to do with bass players’ success.
From its beginnings in 1973 with the Bass Pro Bassman, it has become one of the most popular brands in the industry.
It’s the flagship product of the company, with a brand portfolio that includes the BassPro line of products, the Bassman Bassman II, and the Bassline Bassline.
The company has become a huge force in the world of bass music, and its popularity has become part of the way many bass players are getting into the business.
But it’s not just a bass pro.
In a new biography published in the February issue of Guitar World, Bass Pro founder and CEO Denny Barson discusses his love for bass, his love of basses, and his relationship with bassists.
Here are some of the highlights:From his earliest days, Bass pro was an idea.
Bass pro wasn’t a name that anybody had.
It was a hobby.
It wasn’t the first time that a bass player would try out a new instrument.
I started to play basses when I was about 12.
I was really into it.
I got a bass and started practicing with it.
When I was 15 or 16, I had a bass.
So I played bass for a long time.
It took me two years to really master it.
I think Bass pro really came into its own in the early ’80s.
The bass pro revolution happened, and Bass pro started to really become popular.
I think Bass Pro was a really big part of it.
And I’m very happy with the fact that Bass pro has been around for quite a while, because I think the Bass pro brand has had a big impact on the evolution of the bass player.
Bobby Fischer: How did you guys meet?
I met Denny when I played with him on a club tour.
He was playing bass for us, and he told me, “Denny, we’re going to start a bass company.”
I was like, “What?
Where are you going to set up your company?”
He said, “You’ll get a job, and then I’ll pay you.
You’ll get your own studio.”
I was working on a band and Denny was the drummer.
He said “Listen, we need a bassist, we really need one.
Let’s make a bass brand.”
I said, I don’t know what you’re talking about, but I love basses.
He’s like, you know, “OK, we’ll start this company.”
And then I was at a show with my band, and I was sitting there playing with my bass and I started getting into basses and I thought, “Oh my God, this is it.
We can do this.”
And he’s like “OK.
What you need to do is find some bass players.”
I’m like, what the hell are you talking about?
It’s hard to get a good bass player, but Denny and I have a very good connection.
And we’ve been working on this since I was a kid.
We have this connection that has been growing over the years.
So it started out as an idea and it’s a real passion.
Brett Rundgren: What was your first instrument?
My first bass was a bass I got for $25.
And then I took it to a friend of mine in high school.
He played it and he liked it.
So he brought it to me.
And when I heard that, I was hooked.
He gave me the Bass and I got to work with him.
And that was the beginning.
I’ve been playing bass ever since.
And he was playing my first bass, so it’s my first instrument.
I got into the bass business because I wanted to be a bass teacher.
I’m a good teacher, and if I’m going to be playing, I want to be able to help kids learn.
So my first hobby was teaching bass.
Bryan C. Johnson: When did you decide to become a bass professional?
I had been teaching bass for about 10 years, and that was when I decided to become an instructor.
I taught bass for my band for about five years.
It became obvious to me that I needed to be in the studio with the bass, and now I had the opportunity to be on the road with the band, playing bass on tour.
It really became an easy decision.
That’s why I started working with Denny.
He wanted to hire me.
He knew that I could play bass.
I played for the band for a while.
I wanted it to be like teaching bass with my kids.
We had a few sessions in the summer, but we couldn’t really play together because Denny wanted me to get on tour