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Here is a short video from The Netherlands where bassheads compete in a fantastic competition format called;

"Propper-Droppers".

Since this game uses the real lows (20hz (!!), 25hz, 33hz & 40hz) it's a fun thing to watch because lots of hairtricks.

We all like wobbling, whale stimulating BASS!

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