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Built-in USB C chargers allow you to power your phone or laptop, and 2 10-watt speakers with extra bass keep things sounding good.

Baauer’s song starts with a 15-second intro, a bass drop, then 15 seconds with the bass, and a lion roar at the end of the first 30 seconds.

From the prehistoric-looking alligator gar to the ubiquitous smallmouth bass, there are dozens of popular freshwater fish native to the United States.

He loves to sing and plays the piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin and bass.

Longer and thicker strings produce lower pitches, which we hear as bass notes.

The exception I take to it is the persistent employment of the cymbals with the bass drum.

Nicolo Paganini: His Life and WorkStephen Samuel Stratton

Clarke has set a bass to it, and I intend putting it into the Musical Museum.

Finally the bass was tired out, and Torry drew him in close to the boat.

They make excellent poultices from the bark of the bass and the slippery-elm.

Life in the BackwoodsSusanna Moodie

The instrument thus had a compass of three octaves and a half from the C below the bass.

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