FADE of DEPLACEMENT signs endorsement deal with G&L | Epictronic

January 21, 2017

FADE of DEPLACEMENT signs endorsement deal with G&L


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Fade started playing music when he was 16 years old, studying musical theory. Since the beginning he found out his passion for bass guitar so he started getting lessons in a music school in Bologna and in Cesenatico. He plays the instrument in a complete way, playing different styles (in particular funk and jazz), including fretless bass and double bass (which he’s playing even now). He has got a solid technique and excellent knowledge of the harmonic theory. Fade is curretly bass player in avantgarde gothic metal band Levania and recently started recording
music with his brand new project DEPLACEMENT (Electronic New Wave).

Founded by the legendary Leo Fender in 1980, G&L Musical Instruments is among the top makers of fine electric guitars and basses. The company is highly regarded for innovative design, precision craftsmanship and superb tone.
G&L offers instruments of a wide range of models made in the original G&L factory on Fender Avenue in Fullerton, California, while imported versions serve more popular price points while still maintaining the high standards associated with the G&L brand. Since the death of Leo Fender in 1991, the company has been owned by BBE Sound, Inc., a leader in audio signal processing technology, maker of professional audio equipment, and licensor of audio technologies to consumer electronics manufacturers around the world.

FADE stated:
“I’d like to thank Gianluca Aramini for the opportunity. The combiantion of the playability of the neck and the sound of the two pick ups makes the SB-2 G&L Tribute my ideal instrument to play. I can go from the deep and warm sound of Levania to the more dry sound of Deplacement.”