Kickin Valentina's Chris Taylor Signature Set 50-110

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Kickin Valentina's Chris Taylor Signature Set 50-110 Nickel Wound Medium Bass Set

50-70-90-110     53 inches


Label: Highway 9 Records

Rising Atlanta band KICKIN VALENTINA is creating quite a buzz and has already established a rabid fan base. The band was formed in early 2013 by guitarist Heber Pampillion and drummer Jimmy Berdine. After meeting vocalist Joe Edwards (whose distinctive style has been described as a “diamond in the dirt”), they began writing and rehearsing, then recruited Chris Taylor to round out the lineup. In 2013, their debut performance was in July, followed by the release of their self-titled debut EP on Highway 9 Records in October. The band has been busy in 2014 playing live (with many festivals scheduled for the Summer & Fall), and in June they were nominated for – and won – the 2014 Georgia Music Award for “Rock Band of the Year.”

With a little bit of sleaze, a little bit of blues, and a whole lot attitude, KICKIN VALENTINA have secured their place in the Southeast and are quickly gaining attention and traction across the US and overseas. The band has already performed with artists as diverse as Buckcherry, Queensryche, Pop Evil, Fozzy, Eve to Adam, Faster Pussycat, Nonpoint, and Cilver, while their first single “Get Ready” is already a fan favorite on radio stations around the world, and one of the top requested songs on Hard Rock Nights and Canada’s Rock X Radio. Both “Get Ready” and the standout track “Alone” will be featured in the upcoming action horror movie Altered from award winning film director Kely McClung (Summer 2014 release).

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  • 5
    The strings have a deep tone that is crisp at the same time.

    Posted by Gerald on 16th Sep 2016

    The strings have a deep tone that is crisp at the same time. I have always had strings that were either deep or crisp, but never both. I was able to get the crisp, clean, deep tone I have been looking for. Very good bottom end and also great top end bite. Really the best of both worlds for me.

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