Our friends at Premier Guitar just posted a great photo of Marshall Lytle's '40s Epiphone B-5 stand-up bass. (Currently on display at the Hard Rock Cafe in Orlando, FL.) Marshall was the bass player for Bill Haley and His Comets in their 1950s heyday, and he used the bass to record such classics as "Rock Around the Clock," "Shake, Rattle and Roll," and "Rock the Joint." Premier's Jeff Nolan stated, "If there's one thing we have in abundance around here, it's reverence for the tools of rock 'n' roll. Guitars, drums, basses--we think all that stuff is great. Every once in a while, though, we come across an instrument that's so historic, so iconic, and so badass, that it truly blows us away. This is one of those pieces." Read more at www.premierguitar.com.