Der BluGuitar AMP1 ist ein extrem vielseitiger Boutique Amp mit vier exzellenten, modifizierbaren Kanälen mit zuschalt- und regelbarem Boost, Hall, drei integrierten Fußschaltern, einer erstklassigen Speaker-Simulation für Recordinganwendungen, kombiniert mit einer neuartigen 100-Watt Nanotube Röhrenendstufe – und all das im Taschenformat. Der AMP 1 ist eine rückenfreundliche Alternative zum traditionellen E-Gitarren Topteil. Der beliebte Amp1 hat mit der aktuellen Amp1 Mercury Version folgende Updates erhalten: mehr Tightness in den Overdrive Kanälen, dem High Gain und dem Modern Kanal wurde eine deutliche Schippe mehr Biss und Punch spendiert, erweiterter Dynamik Bereich im Modern Kanal für das ultimative Metalbrett und ein neuer, verbesserter Hall Algorithmus für erweiterte Tiefe im Hallsound. Durch das Update liefert die Mercury Variante authentischere Sounds und deutlich erweiterte Flexibilität. · Was bisher eine "Mission Impossible" zu sein schien, hat BluGuitar mit dem AMP1 nun in die Realität umgesetzt: Ein Gitarrenverstärker, der die Ansprüche eines professionellen Gitarristen auf der Bühne und im Studio erfüllt, der dabei aber so klein und leicht ist, dass man ihn im Handschuhfach oder Gigbag immer dabei haben kann. Eine breite Soundpalette von Jazz bis Metal in Top-Qualität, die enorme Kraft und der Charakter alter Röhrenamps ohne Verluste oder Kompromisse in einem einzigen Gehäuse, ein Konzept mit allen wichtigen Funktionen und ohne unnötigen Schnickschnack, das Puristen wie auch Programmier-Freaks gleichermaßen zufriedenstellt – dieser Gitarristentraum wurde wahr und heißt BluGuitar AMP1: Vier ausdrucksstarke Kanäle mit purem Tone, gepaart mit 100 Watt Pure Tube Tone Power! · Bauart: Röhre · Leistung: 100 W · Kanäle: 4 · Einschleifweg: seriell/parallel · Endstufenröhren: Miniatur Röhre/Nano Tube · Effekte: Hall/Reverb · Impedanz: 8/16 Ohm · Besonderheit(en): Gitarrenverstärker in Taschenformat · Abmessungen (BxHxT): 24,5 x 6,8 x 19,2 cm · Gewicht: Topteil E-Gitarre
For readers who loved Blue Like Jazz, comes inspiration and advice from Survivor contestant and Christian speaker Austin CartyFiguring out who you want to be in life is never easy. In High Points and Lows, Austin Carty traces his own stumbling journey toward adulthood and true faith, drawing on lessons from pop culture and Christianity. In these funny and moving essays that address questions on faith, goals, and vocation, Carty offers an uplifting message for religious and secular audiences alike.By turns amusing and endearing, Carty's essays explore everything from misguided evangelicals who treat salvation as a cottage industry to the real danger of cheating in school-everyone will think you're brilliant and then you've got a real problem. Whether he is failing miserably at his first real job as a nightclub gofer, explaining how Saved by the Bell has ruined our youth, or struggling to come to terms with the death of a beloved friend, Carty demonstrates how finding the courage to be ourselves is the best way to forge a genuine connection with friends, family, and God. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Austin Carty. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/oasi/000659/bk_oasi_000659_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Modern-day Renaissance man and star of Bravo's Thicker Than Water Ben Tankard offers powerful motivation and practical tools to empower listeners to find their destinies and create action plans to unlock them. As a pastor, pilot, motivational speaker, best-selling gospel/jazz musician, and reality TV star, Tankard has a lot of experience with both success and failure. He has learned that our greatest opportunities often come from our greatest disappointments. Today he is doing what he was born to do, and he knows it didn't happen by accident. Tankard encourages listeners to examine seven key elements - dreams, environment, subconscious, time, inspiration, network, and you -while sharing his life-tested secrets to help listeners find their own way. Including fresh insights on familiar Bible passages, wisdom from Tankard's own setbacks, and laugh-out-loud stories, Tankard shows listeners that they, too, can have "full tank" lives. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ben Tankard. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/002664/bk_hach_002664_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
"I can't remember where I heard it but I heard someone say, when referring to the music of Miles Davis, that he played the 'sound of jazz.' When I read Matthew Dadonna's book of poems, House of Sound, I have to say, "The poetry of Matthew Daddona is the sound of poetry." It is. Daddona's poems are sonically and visually brilliant. I mean brilliant, twofold. One, they light up the world. Two, they exist in a domain of magical surprise. There are the little moments of lyrical beacons like, "The roof is aflutter./Michael calls/Starlings, Darlings," and then there are the large heart monasteries like, "I know this: sound can make/a heart break like glass/and that there are two sounds/for every/one heart." That is what this book is, a heart monastery, and each poem has a least two sounds for its one big heart. Within the sound of his poems there is a silence, and in this silence, there is a world of image and light, big light, that sweeps across the landscape of human experience and implores you to listen. When you read House of Sound, listen aflutter. Read these poems to yourself. Read them out loud to yourself and then quietly to your beloved. Be beloved with these poems so you can be beloved with the world." -Matthew Lippman, author of Mesmerizingly Sadly Beautiful "'It takes a lot to say I love you, I mean it / and mean it,' says the speaker in Matthew Daddona's rich and impactful debut, House of Sound. These poems articulate not just love as an act, but also absence, longing, and philosophies, all as a measure of life and its relevance. To stay or to go? This is the central question that haunts the speaker. And when one goes, is one ever really gone? These poems ring with questions: 'I want their wings. I want their answer.' In sound, memory, and the lack thereof. In life, love, and the lack thereof. This collection is an exciting example of language as meditation, mediation, and conciliation, as well as action. To write, to love, to understand, to contemplate-these are all verbs that require action and attention. Attend to the quiet yearning in these poems. 'Because a shadow / wants to leave you / but doesn't know how,' attend to the way these beautiful poems move through the body as heartsong, as a form of human touch." -Chelsea Dingman, author of Through a Small Ghost and Thawrs, right in the story and world the speaker brings us into. The anxieties over existing, personal bonds and relationships, and existential dread are all too familiar, and comfort us as we try to find ourselves nudging from darkness into light, from isolation to kinship."-Joanna C. Valente, author of Marys of the Sea and editor of Yes, Poetry
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Todd Douglas Fuller (born July 25, 1974 in Fayetteville, North Carolina) is an American professional basketball player who was selected by the Golden State Warriors with the 11th overall pick of the 1996 NBA Draft. He played in five NBA seasons from 1996-2001 for the Warriors, Utah Jazz, Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat averaging 3.7 ppg. This has led many sports sources to include Fuller on NBA draft lottery "bust" lists. He also played six seasons overseas, on pro teams in: Spain, Poland Greece, and Australia. Fuller played collegiately at North Carolina State University (NC State) and led the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in scoring during his senior year with 20.9 ppg and 9.9 rpg. He was an Academic All-American, and declined to accept a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford in order to play professional basketball. He was also inducted in to Phi Beta Kappa and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from NC State. Fuller is also a frequent public speaker.
NGS Street Fusion is a 100W wireless speaker that outstands for its compact and urban design that brings your party to life creating festival vibes both indoor and outdoor.The speaker features a rechargeable 2000 mAh Li-Ion battery that can keep the music playing more than 4 hours and is equipped with a removable shoulder strap to assist with carrying. It includes a microphone input for your karaoke sessions, furthermore it is also equipped with volume and Echo buttons for the mic.This compatible with Bluetooth speaker is equipped with USB port, Micro SD card slot, Radio FM and Stereo Audio input to connect external devices.The Led screen and simple buttons located on the side allow you to operate the device without any complications: volume Up/Down, Advance / Rewind the songs and Pause / Play the music. Four EQ mode are also available: Pop, Classic, Jazz and Normal.Furthermore, thanks to its REC function you can make voice recordings on a USB memory or Flash memory.Finally, NGS Street Fusion charging time is approximately 3 hours.
'A sequel of sorts to 'Ziggurat,' published in the Phoenix Poets series in 2010, the title poem from 'Ozone Journal' recounts the memory of the speaker's excavating the bones of Armenian genocide victims in the Syrian desert with a TV journalist crew in 2009. The speaker 'dreams back,' as it were, to the 1980s, when, as a young man in his thirties and caring for a young daughter after a recent divorce, he is having to juggle both personal and cultural/historical complexities living as a single parent in Manhattan. The poems create a montage that has the feel of history as lived experience, with the speaker struggling with the nature of memory as the poems move constantly back and forth to the Syrian desert, the dissolution of his marriage, visits and conversations with a cousin dying of AIDS, and encounters with famous jazz producers at Columbia Records to discuss music. In this book, Peter Balakian aims at the bigger picture of humanity's history of atrocity and trauma, but through short vignettes grounded in everyday situations, and in particular times and places'--Publisher's info.
A new survey of twentieth-century U.S. poetry that places a special emphasis on poets who have put lyric poetry in dialogue with other forms of creative expression, including modern art, the novel, jazz, memoir, and letters. Contesting readings of twentieth-century American poetry as hermetic and narcissistic, Morris interprets the lyric as a scene of instruction and thus as a public-oriented genre. American poets from Robert Frost to Sherman Alexie bring aesthetics to bear on a exchange that asks readers to think carefully about the ethical demands of reading texts as a reflection of how we metaphorically 'read' the world around us and the persons, places, and things in it. His survey focuses on poems that foreground scenes of conversation, teaching, and debate involving a strong-willed lyric speaker and another self, bent on resisting how the speaker imagines the world.
A new survey of twentieth-century U.S. poetry that places a special emphasis on poets who have put lyric poetry in dialogue with other forms of creative expression, including modern art, the novel, jazz, memoir, and letters. Contesting readings of twentieth-century American poetry as hermetic and narcissistic, Morris interprets the lyric as a scene of instruction and thus as a public-oriented genre. American poets from Robert Frost to Sherman Alexie bring aesthetics to bear on an exchange that asks readers to think carefully about the ethical demands of reading texts as a reflection of how we metaphorically 'read' the world around us and the persons, places, and things in it. His survey focuses on poems that foreground scenes of conversation, teaching, and debate involving a strong-willed lyric speaker and another self, bent on resisting how the speaker imagines the world.