Canadian Lee Barker is making more time in his life for being with friends and playing bass, which unfortunately means he is no longer making his well-known basses. Barker’s Basses have been sold all around the world and can be seen on many a famous stage. Barker says that his “life’s privilege” has been to create these instruments and see them played, but now he’s stepping back to let others in the spotlight. The article also contains contact information for those looking to purchase one of his last line of basses.
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