String company GHS has donated ten sets of their well-known "Boomer" product to the MI Library for use on their bass guitars. These basses are available to all students on loan for practice and use in class. Bass Program Chair, Stuart Hamm, commended GHS for their donation, saying the strings will greatly benefit his students.
"I have been using GHS strings for my entire career, they're an integral part of my tone," says Hamm, a solo artist that has a built a career on his unique approach to the instrument.
"My friends at GHS graciously donated ten sets of the Boomers to re-string all of the basses in the MI library. All of the students at MI are able to check out these basses from our library and use them for any reason. For me, a new set of GHS strings on a bass is like a brand new pair of kicks on your feet. Now everyone at MI can enjoy the tone of fresh GHS strings!
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