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byPublished on 11-18-2011 09:00 PM
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byPublished on 11-17-2011 06:30 PM Number of Views: 410
Many of you will have heard of the devastating tornadoes that swept through Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Joplin, Missouri earlier this year. Every day has its own news. Other tragedies inevitably superseded these stories and, page by ...
byPublished on 11-17-2011 06:30 PM Number of Views: 259
Chosen Most Outstanding Design at the 2009 NAMM Show.
The TC Electronic RH450 Bass Amp Head is the company's first full bass rig. With 450W of Class-D power, the RH450 bass amp has the power to run multiple bass speaker cabinets and is especially effective when combined with the RS210 and RS212.
byPublished on 11-15-2011 06:05 PM Number of Views: 500
Roy starts off Lesson 2 by having the student do some warm-ups from Lesson 1. This puts you in the mind of where you left off and gives you a chance to relax and get your fingers going. When you start a new lesson by diving head first into new material, it might feel daunting ...
byPublished on 11-15-2011 06:00 PM Number of Views: 546
When your TMBG course arrives in the mail, strap on your bass and get ready to learn!
When mine first arrived, I spent but a few minutes looking over the packaging before I loaded up the first disc (which contains Lessons 1 and 2) and was right away introduced to Ashley, who described what would be happening in the ...
byPublished on 11-15-2011 05:00 PM Number of Views: 319
Chuck Rainey, a prolific bassist whose mile-long list of credits over the span of 43-plus years includes Aretha Franklin, Quincy Jones and Steely Dan, suffered a stroke over the weekend, his wife said in a message to fans on Monday.
byPublished on 11-15-2011 01:05 PM Number of Views: 230
Keeping up with our good friend Stu Hamm, we submit the following:
PRESS RELEASE: From the Musician's Institute
byPublished on 11-14-2011 06:00 PM Number of Views: 231
This could be interesting: When did you first become aware of the bass? Where were you, and who was playing? In my case, I listened to a lot of music in the fifties and early sixties, but it wasn't until I saw The Beatles on Ed Sullivan that - despite the low-fidelity speakers of the old Zenith 16" black and white set - I really became aware of the instrument. The song was She Was Just Seventeen It was an epiphany!
byPublished on 11-14-2011 04:15 PM Number of Views: 916
All you need to do is sign up for ThunderFist - a series of FREE excerpts from Roy's world-famous Teach Me Bass Guitar. No cost. No obligation. No fuss. Just fill out the 'ThunderFist' form on the left between now and December 15th, and - together with the excerpts - we'll send you a compilation album of songs from Roy's albums! Now THAT is a wonderful idea!