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byPublished on 03-12-2013 05:45 PM Number of Views: 313
Lane is still working on finishing up his latest TMBB lesson. He's hit some obstacles in terms of finding a more efficient recording technique, but we understand help is on the way in the form of a new Producer, so they should be ironing things out very shortly.
In the meantime, we continue to thank you for your patience; the lesson will be worth the wait!
byPublished on 03-12-2013 09:45 AM Number of Views: 603
12-Band means more control, more sound and more power. There are six footswitchable features: Pre Shape for that classic Trace Elliot sound; Valve to add real tube warmth and overdrive; 12-band classic Trace Elliot Graphic Equalizer; Dual-Band Compressor with separate controls for high and low bands; sophisticated Effects Loop with High-Pass/Low-Pass/Full Range outputs, Left/Right/Mono returns, Series/Parallel ...
byPublished on 03-12-2013 09:00 AM Number of Views: 832
Here's the process to follow if you are a TMBG owner and want full access to the Members' Only section of Thunder Row.
How do I register as a Thunder Row Member?
1. Go to: www.thunderrow.com
2. In the upper right-hand corner, choose “SIGN UP”
3. Follow registration steps. On Step 2, if you are a TMBG owner, please make sure you enter the code found on the inside of your TMBG package on the line towards the bottom of this page. This code will allow you seamless access to all areas of Thunder Row, including the Members’ Only section.
byPublished on 03-08-2013 10:00 AM Number of Views: 2255
Anthony Wellington is, like our own Roy Vogt, an exceptional educator as well as an exceptional player; proof of which is the fact that he's Victor Wooten's ...
byPublished on 03-04-2013 06:00 AM Number of Views: 207
Ed Friedland, from Bassplayer.com, has a new tutorial to offer. Check out this excerpt:
Blues You Can Use: Rhythmic Fun with the Shuffle
By ED FRIEDLAND - Wed, 30 Jan 2013
THIS MONTH, I’M GOING TO PRESENT SOMETHING very different. The examples shown here are not something I recommend you try to play on a blues gig - unless you want to get fired real quick! Instead, look at them as rhythmic training tools - the more control you have over the shuffle rhythm, the better you can do your job when it comes to playing it straight.
byPublished on 02-28-2013 06:25 PM Number of Views: 333
Bassist Jeff Berlin will be performing with Jazz legends Michael Wolff and Mike Clark, the Wolff & Clark Expedition, in support of their self-titled debut CD release on Random Act Records at Snug Harbor in New Orleans on March 9 & 10, 2013. Jeff, along with Pianist Wolff and Drummer Clark, will present an unparalleled musical odyssey at Snug Harbor. The Expedition aims for uncharted, compelling musical territories while still entertaining all astute listeners. Join the Expedition...
byPublished on 02-27-2013 11:30 PM Number of Views: 175
If you don't check out his website on a regular basis, now's the time to start. TR member, Stanton Lawrence, gives us his TMBG lesson reviews, gear info, and all other things related to the bass!
Check out his latest entry: a review of TMBG Lesson 13.
Visit his page often to keep up with the Bass Ramblings!