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DISTURBED BASSIST ENDORSES GROOVE BASS


Kustom amplification is proud to announce that John Moyer, bass player for Reprise Records’ multi-platinum selling band Disturbed, is officially endorsing the Kustom Groove Bass product line.

John, who cut his teeth with the popular Texas band Soak, eventually burst on the worldwide scene in 2000 as the bass player for Columbia Records band Union Underground. Union Underground enjoyed several hit singles including Across The Nation, Turn Me On Mr. Deadman, Revolution Man and Killing The Fly. In 2005 John joined Disturbed prior to the release of the bands third and best-selling album to date, Ten Thousand Fists, which debuted at #1 in the U.S. and went on to sell more than two million copies worldwide. The band spent the end of 2005 and all of 2006 on the road in support of Ten Thousand Fists.

Always in search of the perfect bass tone, John recently chose Kustom GROOVE BASS 1300 heads (1,200 watts of power) and Kustom GROOVE BASS 810H cabinets (each loaded with eight 10-inch custom-designed Eminence® speakers and a compression horn with volume attenuator) as his rig of choice for live performances as well as in the studio.

“From the first time I plugged into the GROOVE BASS it totally blew me away,” says John. “ In the studio and on stage it delivers the full range power and clarity that I need for top performance and sound.”

“It’s so great to have such a high profile, respected guy like John out there proving what the Groove Bass gear is capable of handling on a big stage every night,” says Ted Burger, Artist Relations Manager for Kustom Amplification. “We look forward to having the Groove Bass gear out on the road with Disturbed in front of thousands of fans in 2008.”



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