Peavey

23 Jun 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

Peavey PV 14 AT Mixer with Auto Tune and Bluetooth. NOTE: This item is in good condition with some scratches and wear but nothing major. All faders, controls, I/O and other functions are fully operable. This item comes with the original power adapter. Features: Versatile mixer for your desktop recording and live sound needs Built-in […]

23 Jun 19
Sunburst Music Store Scranton PA

Ensure you store the amp in a suitable environment If your Peavey Backstage II is meant for mobile performance and you are often traveling, it might be challenging trying to ensure the storage environment is suitable. However, as a hobbyist, this is something you must consider. Make sure that your amp is stored in ambient […]

23 Jun 19
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21 Jun 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

The Max 158 bass amp is a 20 watt 1×8″ combo practice amp loaded with features. Features include 1/4″ input, Volume with Transtube distortion boost and psyco-acoustic low end enhancement. The Max 158 also features a 3 band EQ, chromatic tuner and 1/8″ jacks for phones output and aux input. The Max 158 also includes […]

21 Jun 19
Market Research Reports

June 21, 2019: An instrument amplifier is an electronic device that converts the often barely audible or purely electronic signal of a musical instrument into a larger electronic signal to feed to a loudspeaker. In the context of China-US trade war and global economic volatility and uncertainty, it will have a big influence on this […]

20 Jun 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

This Peavey Classic 20 Mini Head is in good shape. There isn’t much wear and tear or signs of use on it. This amp is great for small gigs and bedroom level recording with its direct out and USB recording capabilities. This amp has a nice bluesy and mellow tone with a warm clean channel […]

20 Jun 19
The Mercury News
Red Devil Golf Classic: June 28 at Diablo Creek Golf Course. Registration starts at 11 a.m., followed by shotgun start at 1 p.m. $155 per golfer, includes lunch, golf, dinner, and raffle/silent auction. $40 for dinner only. Sponsorship opportunities also available. Proceeds benefit academic and athletic programs at Mt. Diablo High School. To register visit http://www.reddevilclassic.com or for more information contact Lou Adamo (925) 212-9332, louadamo@gmail.com VFW District 12 California Fundraiser: July 12 at Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Course. Registration at 11 a.m., followed by shotgun start at 1 p.m. $125 per golfer, includes golf, cart, tee prizes (as well as longest drive, putting contest), awards, raffle, and banquet. $40 banquet only ticket. Proceeds directly support Veteran programs and activities in 5 Counties (San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito). To register visit http://www.vfwcadist12.org/golf-1 or for more information contact Ermelindo Puente at (408) 836-4697, Steve Curtin (831) 247-0743 or Thomas Peavey (831) 801-5385 Green Tee Golf Tournament: July 15 at Metropolitan Links. Registration begins at 6:30 a.m., followed by shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. $125 each golfer ($40 lunch without golf), $400 foursome, which includes range balls, cart, lunch, chip n’ challenge and other contests. Proceeds benefit Oakland Parks and Recreation Youth Development. To register visit http://www.eventbrite.com/e/green-tee-golf-tournament-tickets-60487430533 or for more information contact Karis Griffin at (510) 238-7259 or Ron Scarborough at (510) 773-7679. San Jose High School Tournament: Aug. 8 at San Jose Country Club. $150 early bird, $175 after July 8. Includes green fees, range balls, cart, and dinner. For other info, go ahead and give my gmail address:  hpnakashima@gmail.com.For more information:  www.sanjosehighfoundation.org BAWPVA Tournament: Aug. 12 at Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club. Registration at 11 a.m., followed by shotgun start at noon. Box lunch provided to all golfers and an awards dinner will follow 18-hole scramble. Proceeds raised through the BAWPVA (Paralyzed Veterans of America Bay Area Western Chapter) golf event will go towards wheelchair athletes and helping to find a cure for paralysis. $240 per golfer, $880 foursome, $50 spectator ticket, $200 tee sponsor, $240 sponsor a veteran. To register visit bawpva9thgolf.eventbrite.com or for more info, contact Kory Amaral (650) 858-3936, golf@bawpva.org 31st Father Berris Golf Classic: Sept. 16 at Silver Creek Valley Country Club in San Jose. Registration and putting contest begin at 10 a.m., followed by 11:45 a.m. four-person scramble shotgun start. $190 per golfer or $720 foursome. Includes, green fees, practice balls, lunch, cart, tee gifts, on-course refreshments, dinner, awards and prizes. Proceeds benefit the youth at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. Sponsorships are available with and without golf. To register visit FrBerrisGolf.org or for questions or more informatoin, email: FrBerrisGolf@comcast.net To submit a golf tournament or hole-in-one, contact Nick Roth at nroth@bayarenewsgroup.com
20 Jun 19
East Bay Times
Red Devil Golf Classic: June 28 at Diablo Creek Golf Course. Registration starts at 11 a.m., followed by shotgun start at 1 p.m. $155 per golfer, includes lunch, golf, dinner, and raffle/silent auction. $40 for dinner only. Sponsorship opportunities also available. Proceeds benefit academic and athletic programs at Mt. Diablo High School. To register visit http://www.reddevilclassic.com or for more information contact Lou Adamo (925) 212-9332, louadamo@gmail.com VFW District 12 California Fundraiser: July 12 at Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Course. Registration at 11 a.m., followed by shotgun start at 1 p.m. $125 per golfer, includes golf, cart, tee prizes (as well as longest drive, putting contest), awards, raffle, and banquet. $40 banquet only ticket. Proceeds directly support Veteran programs and activities in 5 Counties (San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito). To register visit http://www.vfwcadist12.org/golf-1 or for more information contact Ermelindo Puente at (408) 836-4697, Steve Curtin (831) 247-0743 or Thomas Peavey (831) 801-5385 Green Tee Golf Tournament: July 15 at Metropolitan Links. Registration begins at 6:30 a.m., followed by shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. $125 each golfer ($40 lunch without golf), $400 foursome, which includes range balls, cart, lunch, chip n’ challenge and other contests. Proceeds benefit Oakland Parks and Recreation Youth Development. To register visit http://www.eventbrite.com/e/green-tee-golf-tournament-tickets-60487430533 or for more information contact Karis Griffin at (510) 238-7259 or Ron Scarborough at (510) 773-7679. San Jose High School Tournament: Aug. 8 at San Jose Country Club. $150 early bird, $175 after July 8. Includes green fees, range balls, cart, and dinner. For other info, go ahead and give my gmail address:  hpnakashima@gmail.com.For more information:  www.sanjosehighfoundation.org BAWPVA Tournament: Aug. 12 at Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club. Registration at 11 a.m., followed by shotgun start at noon. Box lunch provided to all golfers and an awards dinner will follow 18-hole scramble. Proceeds raised through the BAWPVA (Paralyzed Veterans of America Bay Area Western Chapter) golf event will go towards wheelchair athletes and helping to find a cure for paralysis. $240 per golfer, $880 foursome, $50 spectator ticket, $200 tee sponsor, $240 sponsor a veteran. To register visit bawpva9thgolf.eventbrite.com or for more info, contact Kory Amaral (650) 858-3936, golf@bawpva.org 31st Father Berris Golf Classic: Sept. 16 at Silver Creek Valley Country Club in San Jose. Registration and putting contest begin at 10 a.m., followed by 11:45 a.m. four-person scramble shotgun start. $190 per golfer or $720 foursome. Includes, green fees, practice balls, lunch, cart, tee gifts, on-course refreshments, dinner, awards and prizes. Proceeds benefit the youth at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. Sponsorships are available with and without golf. To register visit FrBerrisGolf.org or for questions or more informatoin, email: FrBerrisGolf@comcast.net To submit a golf tournament or hole-in-one, contact Nick Roth at nroth@bayarenewsgroup.com
19 Jun 19
The Mercury News
To submit an item to the What’s Happening calendar, email ccnsports@bayareanewsgroup.com to request a form. Put “What’s Happening” in the subject line. Nonprofit organizations only. You might be asked to submit a copy of your 1099 or 501(c) 3 to verify nonprofit status. Entries are edited for content and are published as space is available. Adult sports Albany Recreation: Registration open for the following sports: softball (men’s and coed), soccer, kickball, basketball, pickleball leagues held at Ocean View Park and Albany High School. To register and for more details, visit albanyca.org/adultsports or call (510) 524-9283. Berkeley Tai Chi: Drop-in classes on Wed. and Fri. mornings. Tai Chi at 8:30 a.m. and NejGong at 9:30 a.m. both at Hillside Club, 2286 Cedar St., Berkeley. $12 members, $15 non-members. For more info. contact 415-250-0375, jjshelfer@yahoo.com or visit sites.google.com/a/hillsideclub.org/hillsideclub/programs/chi-gong. Basketball Alameda HS Boosters Camp: Registration open for boys going into grades 3-9. July 29-Aug. 1 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m at SoldierTown in Oakland (formerly Jamtown). $275 per camper. To register or for more information contact alamedabball@gmail.com or 510-432-7856. Fundraisers Red Devil Golf Classic: The annual golf tournament, in which proceeds go to help academic and athletic programs at Mt. Diablo High School, will be held on June 28 at Diablo Creek Golf Course in Concord. Registration starts at 11 a.m., followed by a shoutgun start at 1 p.m. $155 per golfer, includes lunch, golf, dinner, and raffle/silent auction. $40 for dinner only. Sponsorship opportunities also available. To register, visit http://www.reddevilclassic.com or for more information contact Lou Adamo (925) 212-9332, louadamo@gmail.com. HDSA San Jose Hope Walk & Run: June 22 in Campbell. The nonprofit Huntington’s Disease Society of America is hosting the Inaugural San Team Hope 5K Walk & 10K Timed Run. The dollars raised funds local Huntington’s Disease clinics, support groups, education days and community outreach projects to help families struggling with HD. For more information, visit hdsa.org/thwsanjose. San Jose High School Tournament: Aug. 8 at San Jose Country Club. $150 early bird, $175 after July 8. Includes green fees, range balls, cart, and dinner. For other info, e-mail hpnakashima@gmail.com. For more information: http://www.sanjosehighfoundation.org. AWPVA Tournament: Aug. 12 at Palo Alto Hills Golf & CC. Registration at 11 a.m., shotgun start at noon. Box lunch provided to golfers and awards dinner to follow 18-hole scramble. Proceeds raised through BAWPVA (Paralyzed Veterans of America Bay Area Western Chapter) golf event go towards wheelchair athletes and finding a cure for paralysis. $240 per golfer, $880 foursome, $50 spectator ticket, $200 tee sponsor, $240 sponsor a veteran. To register, visit bawpva9thgolf.eventbrite.com or for more info, contact Kory Amaral (650) 858-3936, golf@bawpva.org. VFW District 12 California Fundraiser: July 12 at Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Course. Registration at 11 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 1 p.m. $125 per golfer, includes golf, cart, tee prizes (as well as longest drive, putting contest), awards, raffle, and banquet. $40 banquet only ticket. Proceeds directly support Veteran programs and activities in 5 Counties (San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito). To register, visit https://www.vfwcadist12.org/golf-1 or for more information contact Ermelindo Puente at (408) 836-4697, Steve Curtin (831) 247-0743 or Thomas Peavey (831) 801-5385. East Bay ALZ Walk: Join East Bay Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Oct. 26 at Bishop Ranch in San Ramon. Free. Proceeds benefit Alzheimer’s Association. To register, visit act.alz.org/eastbay2019 or for more details contact Brittany Harrit (408) 372-9912, eastbaywalk@alz.org. Golf Alameda Jr. Golf Club: Registration open for the upcoming tournament season and clinics for boys and girls, ages 7-18. Tournaments run June-August on Wednesdays at Corica Park Golf Course. $50 per player. For more information, call 510-521-4737 or email alamedajrgolf@gmail.com. The First Tee of Contra Costa Summer Golf Classes: Through August 5. Kids ages 5-17 can register for classes at five different golf courses in Contra Costa County and Solano. During classes, kids learn important life skills such as respect and courtesy while having fun playing golf. The First Tee is an international non-profit organization teaching kids life skills through the game of golf. Cost for 8 weeks of classes: $129 for ages 5-6, and $139 for ages 7 and above. Financial aid available. Register at thefirstteecontracosta.org. Hall of Fame Piedmont Sports Hall of Fame: The PSHOF, founded in 2003, honors and enshrines Piedmont HS and Millennium HS athletes, coaches, administrators and community members for outstanding and extraordinary contributions to Piedmont High athletics. The PSHOF accepts nominations on a year-round basis for their biennial induction ceremony. For nomination criteria and forms, visit piedmontathletics.com/hall_of_fame/. Jobs Alameda HS: Seeking assistant football coaches. Contact head coach Paulo Sunia at Paulo_sunia@yahoo.com. Alameda Girls Softball Association: Looking for coaches for Alameda Blaze competitive travel teams during summer and fall leagues, for ages 8U, 10U and 12U. Former softball players and current/former coaches wanted for the opportunity to develop players and grow the program. For more information visit alamedagsa@gmail.com or contact Heather at 510-316-7299. Berkeley HS: Seeking assistants for varsity and junior varsity girls soccer programs. For more information, contact Alejandro Mendoza at amen510gs@gmail.com. Also seeking boys varsity water polo coach and boys and girls junior varsity water polo coaches. For more information, contact Britta Fjelstrom at brittafjelstrom@berkeley.net. Bishop O’Dowd HS: Seeking girls water polo coach at all levels for Fall 2019 season. For more information, contact Michael Bowler at 510-553-8640 or dragons@bishopodowd.org. Freedom HS: Looking for junior varsity head football coach and assistant varsity football offensive coordinator for 2019 school year. Apply on edjoin and/or email Andrew Cotter at cottera@luhsd.net. Holy Names HS: Seeking JV and assistant varsity girls volleyball coaches for 2019-2020 school year. Contact Tamara Herendeen at 510-910-0468 or athletics@hnhsoakland.org. Piedmont HS: Seeking football coaches for varsity offensive line, varsity wide receivers and junior varsity defensive coordinator for 2019 season. Contact John Trotman at 510-861-4735 or Jtrotman74@yahoo.com for additional information. St. Joseph Notre Dame HS: Seeking athletic director. For more information, contact Julie Guevara at 510-523-1526 or hiring@sjnd.org. Also seeking varsity boys soccer coach. Contact Chris Pondok at 510-995-9434. St. Mary’s HS: Seeking a varsity head coach for women’s softball for the 2020 season. Also, looking for JV football offensive coordinator. Contact Casey Filson at 510-559-6218 or by email at cfilson@stmchs.org. Pickleball NorCal Courts Pickleball: Open gym for adults +16 and up from 10 a.m.-noon Monday, Wednesday and Fridays at NorCal Courts, 360 Ferry St., Martinez. $4 per person. (925) 457-5081, http://www.norcalcourts.com. Walnut Creek Recreation: Drop-in play for adults +18 every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m.-noon at Tice Valley Gym, 2055 Tice Valley Blvd., Walnut Creek. $4. (925) 256-3572. Rugby Berkeley Rhinos Rugby Club: Have started training for 2019 season. Practices are held at Gilman Fields at the Tom Bates Regional Sports Complex in Berkeley each Tuesday and Thursday from 5-7 p.m. and are open to all high school-aged players. Cost ranges from $100-$300 based on financial ability. For more information, call Bhu Muhler (510-295-7092) or visit http://www.berkeleyrhinos.org. Berkeley Rugby Football Club: Looking for players for 2019 season. Practices are Mondays and Thursdays at Gilman Fields at Tom Bates Regional Sports Complex in Berkeley from 7-9 p.m. Open to anyone 18+ that wants to play rugby. For more information, visit http://www.berkeleyrugby.org or email berkeleyrfc@yahoo.com. Soccer Orinda Adult Drop-in: For men and women ages 30 and up, every Sunday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Wilder fields, Wilder Road, Orinda. For more information, 925-254-7688. Tennis Pleasant Hill Recreation: Registration open for monthly lessons for kids (6-12) and adults and teens (+13). Tuesdays or Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. or Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Also offering Summer Youth Camp one-week sessions Monday-Friday, for ages 6-12. Register at http://www.phrecsports.com/tennis.html, (925) 682-0896. Track and field Castro Valley Track Club: Online registration open for year-round boys and girls track and field club, for ages 8-18. $275. (510) 409-9308, mail@jamesjphillips.com, http://www.cvtrackclub.com.
19 Jun 19
Power Of Vision Mural Project

World Cafe Recap PPl Listening Session Recap What’s Next A community mural project is about convening people and listening with open hearts to what is alive. The Mural On the Ave project has created two intentional spaces thus far to bring people together to reflect on important memories, moments and movements that have shaped and […]

19 Jun 19
Mech Gadget Reports

Summary of the Report: Excellence consistency maintains by Acquire Market Research in Research Report in which studies the global Studio Monitors market status and forecast, categorizes and Equipment. The Global Studio Monitors Market Report provides a detailed analysis of the current dynamics of the market with an extensive focus on secondary research. It also studies […]

18 Jun 19
Globalmarketers

The Global Guitar Amplifier Market Research Report describes the fundamental involvement of the Guitar Amplifier industry that consists of, major company profiles, product classification, cost of the product, growth rate, current scenario of the Guitar Amplifier industry, along with advanced and technological development, and product enhancement. The global Guitar Amplifier market is primarily categorized on […]

17 Jun 19
DecisionDatabases - Official Blog

The Global and Japan Microphone Market Report is prepared to club all the essential market details such as market size, share, value, growth, restraints, challenges, and opportunities during the study period of 2017-2022. The data presented in this report has been gathered on the basis of historical data, primary interviews and expert’s estimation of future […]

16 Jun 19
Sunburst Music Store Scranton PA

Test it on your main guitar Is setting out for amp shopping, it is important that you bring your own guitar so that you try the amp on that guitar. By testing different amps on your main guitar, you are assured that it will sound the same while playing. Otherwise, you might be in for […]