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byPublished on 02-14-2012 09:00 PM
Gary Sinise is a Bass Player - (his day job is star of TV's CSI: New York) - and I came across the address of his website and, after seeing what he's been up to in reaching out to wounded ...
byPublished on 02-10-2012 08:00 PM Number of Views: 531
Clip-On Tuner with “True Color” Display
The BOSS “TU” line is synonymous with reliable, roadworthy and accurate tuning. Today, the world’s most famous tuner prefix gets “clipped-on” with the debut of the TU-10. Reinventing the traditional image of clip-on ...
byPublished on 02-08-2012 11:30 PM Number of Views: 191
Okay, at the risk of running a-foul of the copyright gods, I just love the bass to this song so much I HAVE NO CHOICE but to share it - at least a portion of it. I don't know who the bassist is, but he's (or she) is phenomenal, in my humble opinion.
Let's Face the Music Excerpt.mp3
If you'd like to hear the rest of the song, I strongly suggest you pony up the .99 at:
WELL worth it!
That looks like a great album. Tankee for sharing.
byPublished on 02-08-2012 12:00 AM Number of Views: 675
Further to our discussion on the best songs for a bass player to know, Lane on Bass has stepped things up a bit with his take on the subject.
The Most Important Songs for Bassists to Learn
© 2012 By Lane on Bass
Re-printed with permission
You see them all the time: The Top Ten Thousand Love Songs of All Time. The Top 100 Hits of the Last Three Hours. Boxcar Willie’s Top 500 Hits Box(car) Set. The Top One Hundred Top Songs for Bassists to Learn.
byPublished on 02-07-2012 07:25 PM Number of Views: 279
In the interest of longer string life and 'like-new' string sound, our friends at Roto Sound think you should know about their new Bass String Cleaner. Here's their press release. If you get one (and who wouldn't!) write and ...
byPublished on 02-05-2012 07:45 PM Number of Views: 444
I had a chance to see this monster on display in the music store this past week. The place was rather busy with customers so I couldn't get anyone to fire it up for me, but it sure looks like it could shake the rafters.
(click on the images to see full-sized)
byPublished on 02-01-2012 05:30 PM Number of Views: 338
There's a new interview with Roy on the Bass Musician Magazine Website.
Here's an excerpt:
FROM BEDROOM TO BUSINESS: HOW TO MAKE A LIVING AS A WORKING MUSICIAN WITH ROY VOGT
...In the weeks ahead, several full-time bassists will share their stories with us. They come from a variety of backgrounds and performance venues. While each will bring a unique insight, I challenge you to look for the common themes in their advice and to consciously apply their collective wisdom to your own skill set.
Without further fanfare, let’s start the series with Roy Vogt…
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