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byPublished on 12-31-2012 12:30 PM Number of Views: 434
We've been working on something new for all our Members. At the moment there is not much we can disclose about it but you can expect a big announcement next Friday (January 4th 2013) Until then have a safe and Happy New Year's Eve.
byPublished on 12-23-2012 06:30 PM Number of Views: 342
The man who designs basses for BassLab out of Germany is both a musician and a physicist.
"We use a highly innovative method, following a deep and longtime research on physics.
Our ergonomic designs result in instruments that supersede the playing comfort, sound and design of conventional instruments. BassLab instruments are handmade "monocoque" (one-piece), fully integrated acoustic and extremely lightweight hollow bodies.
byPublished on 12-21-2012 11:20 AM
The Row now supports embedding your soundcloud songs with your forum posts.
All you need to do us copy the share link (URL) from soundcloud (example : http://soundcloud.com/patrick-kox/tm...ettin-on-the-1 ...
byPublished on 12-21-2012 07:30 AM Number of Views: 1743
Practice this exercise until you can play the notes, and name them before the computer does.
byPublished on 12-20-2012 11:45 AM Number of Views: 259
The Warwick BC40 is a compact practice amp that just might serve your purposes. With some of the newest technology onboard, the folks at Warwick want to bring bass amps up to speed with the rest of the amplification world.
byPublished on 12-13-2012 09:50 AM Number of Views: 218
From The Nashville Cream
POSTED BY SEAN MALONEY ON WED, DEC 12, 2012 AT 7:45 AM
Nashville Cream: I grew up in Boston, I was raised on Aerosmith, and my first big question is: What was your first favorite local band when you were coming up?
Tom Hamilton: People usually think of our past and our early days as playing in clubs, but the fact is that in Boston there were no clubs where you could play originals. You had to play Top 40 covers. We didn't get a lot of club gigs, so we played a lot of college mixers and frat parties and high school dances and stuff. It was an amazing time. ...
byPublished on 12-13-2012 09:45 AM Number of Views: 195
Geddy Lee on Rush's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction: 'We'll Show Up Smiling'
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has been a source of tremendous frustration for years in the Rush fan community. The group didn't appear on a ballot until this year, even though they've been eligible since 1998. It's caused some fans (most notably VH1 Classic's Eddie Trunk) to sour on the whole institution, but Rush themselves always claimed that this didn't bother them, and the patience paid off. Singer-bassist Geddy Lee chatted with Rolling Stone a few days after he heard that Rush had finally been inducted.