Tweet You’ll need to be fast on this one – just a few days left to win a Fender Jazz Bass, thanks to Rockschool, the well known rock and pop exams folks. They are giving the opportunity to win one of the three instruments used on their 2012 Syllabus Book covers (see, now you know [...]
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Tweet So.. The blog is back in action! I’m looking for: Guest bloggers Great bass news stories Interesting sites/links Good folks to follow on Twitter Get in touch and let’s roll the low end like never before!
Tweet Happy Bassmas – here’s to lots of playing and gear for 2010 – and The Bass Guitar Blog will be 3 next year! I’ll leave you with this, from young willwh. Level 42′s Mr Pink – I don’t think I was playing like this when I was 14
Tweet If you want a really small amp, and I mean REALLY small, then there’s a new kid on the block: The Boss Micro Cube Bass RX. The cube family has been around for as long as I can remember, but this new bass-version really has taken it to another level. Roland has posted a video [...]
Tweet I recently stumbled upon this great piece on practicing with a looper over at the Institute of Bass – the post was sponsored By SWR Sound Corporation and written by the ever impress Michael Manring, who I had the pleasure of seeing live with Steve Lawson last month. Looping History Looping devices used to be [...]
Tweet September 2009 and Michael Pedulla introduces a new bass, the Nuance, the latest in a long line of basses from the US-based going back to the late 70′s, when Pedulla started making the fretless Buzz Bass . The Nuance was designed as an acounstic instrument, focussing on tonal subtleties. Says Pedulla: It has been [...]