Bandmaster (disambiguation)

Bandmaster (disambiguation)

A bandmaster is the leader and conductor of a band, usually a military or marching band.

Bandmaster can also be:
*"The Band Master", a 1917 film starring Oliver Hardy
*Fender Bandmaster, an amplifier made by Fender
*Fender Bandmaster Reverb, an amplifier made by Fender


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