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byPublished on 07-22-2016 05:00 AM Number of Views: 147
I wanted to get this out quickly, especially to those of you who have attended my Fantasy Bass Boot Camps. Although plans for my own All-Ages Bass ...
byPublished on 07-19-2016 08:45 AM Number of Views: 130
According to Wikipedia, "a wolf tone, or simply a "wolf", is produced when a played note matches the natural resonating frequency of the body of a musical instrument, producing a sustaining sympathetic artificial overtone that amplifies and ...
byPublished on 07-10-2016 07:10 AM Number of Views: 99
For those of you getting ready to start Lesson 3 of the TeachMeBassGuitar course, you are about to get into the world of using a pick to play your bass. Roy demonstrates pick technique, talks about the difference in sound between playing with a pick versus playing with your ...
byPublished on 06-30-2016 11:45 PM Number of Views: 66
From our own Keiko Gutierrez:
Three weeks ago, I started my new weekly University radio show called "Out of the Bassment." It's a lot harder than I thought it would be, but I think I've finally worked out most ...
byPublished on 06-30-2016 11:40 PM Number of Views: 105
Check out this amazing post Lane made on the Spector Bass Nation Facebook Page.
So... PJ Rubal put up a SWEET trio of vintage Spectors. I commented a few times there, and I almost commented about my own piece of Spector history: The Voice, my SSD-era NS-6. It's been my main bass since 1995, so 21 years old and finally drinking legal!
PJ himself helped me get this beauty, and I was lucky enough to get one of only nine SSD units that included the elusive fiber optic neck marker option, and the ONLY 6 to get it. Just that one thing is enough to make it pretty special. But WAIT! That's not all, because it also features:
First translucent black finish and first lack hardware. And Poor ...