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Peavey Millennium 5 AC BXP 5 String Bass

Peavey Millennium 5 AC BXP 5 String BassThe Peavey Millennium 5 AC BXP 5-String Bass features an agathis body with a quilted maple top and a rosewood fretboard. The look is furthered with a string through body bridge and a five bolt neck joint with hipshot Y-style machine heads. The instrument comes in many colors including Transparent Black, Maroon, Tiger Eye, and Black Violet.

Coming in at 34 inches in scale length, this bass provides 21 frets and the necessary equipment to adjust the sound levels with volume, pickup blend, bass, mid- range, and treble controls. This beautiful instrument also features two Peavey VFL Active pickups that provide for a crisp, clean, modifiable sound to best match your playing style. Further, at only 11 pounds, this instrument is light enough for all styles of playing: from rehearsal to performance.

This instrument, while being in the lower ranges of pricing, provides high quality sound and performance without breaking a musician's bank account. The Peavey Millennium series is well known for its solid low end, playability, and well- constructed design, and the Peavey Millennium 5 AC BXP 5-String Bass portrays this assumption beautifully. Useful for any type of playing, this five- string bass can produce any sound from the thickest of the garbled lows to more crisp tones for warmer styles of play. The ability to customize the sound to your style of playing allows this instrument to transform into the one most right for you.

This instrument makes a fantastic introduction to the five- string bass market for any person who plays another style of guitar primarily or for anyone looking to break into a five- string for the first time.

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"Reader, she married me." For one hundred seventy years, Edward Fairfax Rochester has stood as one of literature's most romantic, most complex, and most mysterious heroes. Sometimes haughty, sometimes tender-professing his love for Jane Eyre in one breath and denying it in the next-Mr. Rochester has for generations mesmerized, beguiled, and, yes, baffled fans of Charlotte Bront's masterpiece. But his own story has never been told. Now, out of Sarah Shoemaker's rich and vibrant imagination, springs Edward: a vulnerable, brilliant, complicated man whom we first meet as a motherless, lonely little boy roaming the corridors and stable yards of Thornfield Hall. On the morning of Edward's eighth birthday, his father issues a decree: He is to be sent away to get an education, exiled from Thornfield and all he ever loved. As the determined young Edward begins his journey across England, making friends and enemies along the way, a series of eccentric mentors teach him more than he might have wished about the ways of the men-and women-who will someday be his peers. But much as he longs to be accepted-and to return to the home where he was born-his father has made clear that Thornfield is reserved for his older brother, Rowland, and that Edward's inheritance lies instead on the warm, languid shores of faraway Jamaica. That island, however, holds secrets of its own, and not long after his arrival, Edward finds himself entangled in morally dubious business dealings and a passionate, whirlwind love affair with the town's ravishing heiress, Antoinetta Bertha Mason. Eventually, after a devastating betrayal, Edward must return to England with his increasingly unstable wife to take over as master of Thornfield. And it is there, on a twilight ride, that he meets the stubborn, plain, young governess who will teach him how to love again. It is impossible not to watch enthralled as this tender-hearted child grows into the tormented hero Bront immortalized-and as Jane surprises them both by stealing his heart. MR. ROCHESTER is a great, sweeping, classic coming-of-age story, and a stirring tale of adventure, romance, and deceit. Faithful in every particular to Bront's original yet full of unexpected twists and riveting behind-the-scenes drama, this novel will completely, deliciously, and forever change how we read and remember Jane Eyre .
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Wars of the Anunnaki
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Examines the Anunnaki gods' evolving relationships with humanity, their power struggles, and the details of their nuclear war on Earth Analyzes the crisis and rationale behind the Anunnaki decision to nuke 5 cities in the Jordan plain, resulting in the obliteration of Sumerian civilization Draws upon the work of Zecharia Sitchin, the Book of Genesis, Sumerian clay tablets, and archaeological evidence such as ancient radioactive skeletons Examines the Anunnakis' lack of higher consciousness, their reliance on technology, their sacred power objects and sacred geometry, and the possibility of Anunnaki bases on Mars in the distant past The detonation of nuclear weapons in the 20th century was not the first time humanity has seen such terrible destruction. Drawing upon the work of Zecharia Sitchin, the Book of Genesis, Sumerian clay tablets, and archaeological evidence such as ancient radioactive skeletons, Chris Hardy reveals the ancient nuclear event that destroyed the Sumerian civilization and the power struggles of the gods that led up to it. The author explains how the Anunnaki came to Earth from the planet Nibiru seeking gold to repair their ozone layer. Using genetic engineering, they created modern humanity to do their mining work and installed themselves as our kings and our gods. Anunnaki god Enki had a fatherly relationship with the first two humans. Then Enlil, Enki's brother, took over as Commander of Earth, instating a sole-god theocracy and a war against the clan of Enki and humanity for spoiling the Anunnaki bloodlines through interbreeding. This shift imposed a blackout not only of the very human nature of the Anunnaki gods but also of humanity's own ancient past on Earth. Two of Enlil's attacks against the Enki clan and humanity are described in the stories of the Deluge and the Tower of Babel. His final attempt, after coercing the Assembly of the Gods into voting yes, was the nuclear bombing of 5 cities of the Jordan plain, including Sodom and Gomorrah, which resulted in the destruction of the Sumerian civilization and the Anunnakis' own civilization on Earth, including their space port in the Sinai. The author reveals how, after each attempt, humanity was saved by Enki, chief scientist Ninmah, and Enki's son Hermes. The author explores how the Anunnakis' reliance on technology and their recurrent wars caused them to lose touch with cosmic consciousness. And she reveals how we will be doomed to repeat this dynamic until humanity awakens to our true origins.

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