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byPublished on 07-09-2012 07:07 PM
Roy Vogt and Adam Nitti present two nights of bass at Summer NAMM
Roy Vogt and Adam Nitti are presenting two nights of back to back Bass at the Nashville Summer NAMM on Friday July 13 and Saturday, July 14 at Douglas Corner Café, 2016 8th Ave. South, Nashville, TN 37204 www.douglascornercafe.com
Some of the finest ...
byPublished on 07-09-2012 03:40 PM Number of Views: 231
Our good friends at Notreble.com have a great series called GETTING TO KNOW YOUR BASS.
Three parts so far...
Getting to Know Your Bass: Part 1 - Tone Controls
Getting to Know Your Bass: Part 2 - All About the Neck
Getting to Know Your Bass: Part 3 - How Your Bass’s Action Influences What You Can Do
byPublished on 07-09-2012 03:30 PM Number of Views: 307
Jamie Vazquez posts some interesting basslines! Some are Drop D, some are standard tuning.
byPublished on 07-07-2012 05:00 PM Number of Views: 367
You'll notice that our articles now come with those little Facebook "Like" icons. So, let your friends know you're a proud part of the web's greatest, most erudite web community and click that puppy!
byPublished on 07-07-2012 06:35 AM Number of Views: 272
To help organise things for our folks who play in Worship Bands, we have added a new forum specifically for your topics. I have already moved some of the content over. I'll go looking for the rest of it over the weekend.
Feel free to make this place a comfy home for all your P&W topics!
byPublished on 07-06-2012 05:30 PM Number of Views: 731
4 string Mk2 Fretted with Shedua facings
Wal basses divide into three basic models - Mk 1, Mk 2 and Mk3s.
The Mk 2 shape is the original 5 string design but is also available in a 4 string version. It has a 24 fret neck with a longer body horn and contoured cutaways.
byPublished on 07-03-2012 09:30 PM Number of Views: 990
Check out this stunning 6-string from Germany's Le Fay basses.
The long stainless steel fingerboard has 28 fret positions. A real all-round bass that can do much more than normal fretless jobs. Remington Steele is easy to intonate and does not sound metallic at all.