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byPublished on 03-09-2012 11:20 AM Number of Views: 240
The folks at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in England - aware that we have a large audience in the U.K., passed along this press release about an upcoming workshop with our good friend Laurence Cottle. If there's any way you can attend, ...
byPublished on 03-06-2012 03:05 PM Number of Views: 293
Do you have a young daughter who's just dying to pick up the bass? Imagine how daunting it would be for a small girl to hang a heavy P-Bass over her shoulder. Sure, you could get her a short scale bass more suited to her size, but there are other options out there.
For example: this is the Canadian made Daisy Rock "Rebel Rockit" bass. It's a full sized, ...
byPublished on 03-06-2012 03:00 PM Number of Views: 802
Curbow52 Wins Top Bass Guitar from Best of NAMM
From the Cort Website:
Cort is proud to announce that our Curbow 52 bass guitar won Top Bass Guitar from Best of NAMM 2012 presented by Gear Guruz.
byPublished on 03-02-2012 09:30 AM Number of Views: 190
A notice for our friends in the London area from the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance. TM is an old friend of ours, and we highly recommend you attend this class if you have the chance. We guarantee it will ...
byPublished on 03-01-2012 06:30 PM Number of Views: 255
I found this interesting Modulation article on the Bass Player website.
Here's an excerpt:
"When Anthony Jackson laid down the bass line for the 1973 O’Jays hit “For the Love of Money,” he created one of the most iconic bass moments in recorded history. The song’s signature lick, played on a Fender Precision through a Maestro PS-1 Phase Shifter, still sounds way cool 38 years later, and it helped usher in an era of bass players using modulation-based effects."
View the entire article HERE