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byPublished on 04-10-2012 01:30 PM Number of Views: 2059
1966 Fender Coronado II Bass
There were two series of these basses: Coronado I and Coronado II
TYPE: Hollowbody, twin cutaway, 4-string
BODY: Bound arched
NECK: Maple, bound, set neck, 21 medium frets
SCALE LENGTH: 775mm (30.5-inch)
FINGERBOARD: Rosewood, bound, white pearloid block ...
byPublished on 04-05-2012 10:40 PM Number of Views: 420
FOR WES WEHMILLER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
AT BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC
7th annual event breaks all previous years’ fundraising results
LOS ANGELES, CA (April 5, 2012) – WesFest 7, the seventh annual WesFest benefit ...
byPublished on 04-05-2012 01:30 AM Number of Views: 238
We are very pleased to have TMBG member stantonl in our bass family. Stanton writes album reviews and maintains a great website.
Check out his contributions to the bass world!
byPublished on 04-04-2012 11:30 PM Number of Views: 271
The D-Bass is the first long scale bass in the Duesenberg range. And we are sure the long time of waiting was worthwhile. It's another perfect blend of tradition and innovation.
The elegantly contoured alder body allows effortless playing up to the highest notes, supported by the smooth transition between neck and body, which is achieved by our new "hidden-bolt-on" neck joint.
byPublished on 04-04-2012 08:00 PM Number of Views: 258
Dean has a place to start. The following is from Amazon.com: (Please note, this bass has very mixed reviews, many think it's the greatest thing since wheeled suitcases, others were very unhappy. Looks like a crap shoot, but worth checking out.
byPublished on 04-02-2012 07:30 PM Number of Views: 276
Let's face it, if you're going to invest a lot of money into bass and guitar effects, you want to make sure you have the right sound for your ax.
This device is the direction of technology in effects pedals. They even give you a chance to try before you buy since each effect comes in the form of a digital download.
byPublished on 03-31-2012 09:30 PM Number of Views: 379
Found this great lesson on BassPlayer.com.
There are always new things to learn!!
Here's an excerpt:
"LAST MONTH WE LEARNED HOW the entire bass-playing universe is held together by four key elements of rhythm: pulse, tempo, subdivision of the beat, and accent. This time, we’ll focus on subdivisions of the beat using eighth-note triplet rhythms. Review the chart from February’s column to refresh your understanding of rhythmic subdivision.