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byPublished on 07-30-2012 08:00 PM Number of Views: 2605
Anita Carter was a singer and member of the famed Carter family of country music.
Ina Anita Carter was born March 31, 1933 into one of country music's most famous families. Anita Carter's mother, Maybelle, was a member of the legendary Carter Family trio, which consisted of ...
byPublished on 07-28-2012 06:00 AM Number of Views: 569
Micro Bass Head Packs A Punch - and at a decent price
The Overtōn Flyweight 200 features six front panel knobs for shaping your bass tone and three contact switches to control muting, compression, and sculpting.
The back panel features a DI with controls for ground lift and level. As ...
byPublished on 07-26-2012 01:30 AM Number of Views: 345
If you know the band, Orleans, you know Larry Hoppen. In addition to being a bassist, he also played lead guitar, trumpet, keyboards, and melodica. And he sang some of the nicest songs the band ever ...
byPublished on 07-23-2012 06:45 PM Number of Views: 289
Our good friend Bernard Lackner will, of course, be a guest instructor at Roy Vogt's Fantasy Bass Boot Camp in Nashville next week. But he's not letting the grass grow under his feet after that. Here's a peek at his schedule for August. If he's going to be in your area, don't miss the chance to see him in action!
byPublished on 07-23-2012 05:30 PM Number of Views: 588
Do I need to learn to read sheet music in order to play the bass? There are TABS out there, right? I've even written songs and can play them on my bass - without ever learning to sight-read.
The age-old question of whether or not a person needs to be able to read sheet music in order to play an instrument is a matter to be solved internally. Some people play just fine and have never studied formally. Others are deeply devoted to the art of musical structure and consider it the most important part of playing an instrument.
byPublished on 07-22-2012 02:45 AM Number of Views: 524
There's been a lot of interest in Thunder Row's new "Home Recording" forum, so I thought I'd post this "Cheat Sheet" from the "Home Recording For Musicians For Dummies" book.
Anybody who's ever used the "Dummies" books knows that they provide terrific resources on a wide variety of topics.
The Dummies website provides this cheat sheet to all - it is free to print, as indicated on the page where the sheet appears.