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byPublished on 01-02-2012 09:00 AM Number of Views: 302
Now that we're entering a new year, let's get the BEST list going.
I know we are a smaller bass family than some of the big sites, but durnit, our lists count too!
Name your fave bass player of all time.
I'll compile the totals and prepare a top ten list. Let's see if a real star emerges. ...
byPublished on 12-30-2011 12:00 PM Number of Views: 544
Opened up an e-mail this morning from our friends at Bass Gear U.K. in which they had the following to say about the Aphex Xciter.
"How did we ever play bass without this ...the all new Aphex Xciter? We don't know how it works, but we do know it makes a real difference to your bass, be it fretted, fretless, passive or active. ...
byPublished on 12-29-2011 08:15 PM Number of Views: 367
Okay TMBGers, here's a little year-ahead dream challenge for you: Make a note of your bass goals for 2012 and where you expect to be in TMBG by next 31 December and stick it on your refrigerator. THEN post it on this thread (if you dare) and, at year's end, we'll compare your actual progress to your goals and, depending on your results, either commend you or chide you mercilessly.
byPublished on 12-29-2011 04:15 PM Number of Views: 447
From Roy, Ashley, Sir Ralph, David, Barb, Brie, Jason, Cheryl, Patrick, Sue and all the other two and three-dimensional characters here at The Learning Dock Transdimensional Headquarters; we wish you good health, happiness, and a steady wind to sail you closer to your dreams.
We're proud of you all.
byPublished on 12-29-2011 04:00 PM Number of Views: 598
Based on the legendary Bassman® amps, the Bassman TV Series offers classic FENDER® bass tones to modern bassists. They're available in four different configurations, with wattages ranging from an ample 150 watts up to a beefy 350 watts.
byPublished on 12-28-2011 01:20 PM Number of Views: 242
On this day in 2009, Lowell Kiesel, founder of Carvin Guitars, passed away at the age of 94.
Mr. Kiesel was born on a farm in Eustis, Nebraska on February 22, 1915. As a young man, he spent time in Wichita, Kansas, where he developed an interest in musical instruments; specifically, Hawaiian steel guitars, resonators and the newly-emerging electronic aspects of these instruments.
Enjoy the rest of this tribute on the Carvin Website. ...
byPublished on 12-23-2011 06:15 PM Number of Views: 342
It's the time of year when all the Christmas CDs come out! Here are some of my favorites from some of my favorite bassists:
Victor gets down in a Merry Groove with Bela and the Boys!