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byPublished on 09-29-2011 05:00 AM Number of Views: 189
SELECTING AN ELECTRIC BASS IS A FAIRLY CUT-AND dried deal—listen to recordings, learn what your favorite bassists are playing, read reviews, and pull out your credit card. New basses from the same manufacturer and of the same model are likely going to sound pretty darn close.
byPublished on 09-28-2011 03:30 AM Number of Views: 482
Our friend Dave Molter from www.musicgearreview.com weighs in on the Sonuss Bass Midi converter.
"Bass players have experienced synth envy since the first MiniMoog bassline appeared in the 1970s, and although almost 40 years have passed, there are still few viable options for bassists who want to play synth lines without learning keyboard. ...
byPublished on 09-28-2011 01:00 AM Number of Views: 692
Thought I'd bring this up again - bass fun for our newbies!
It's just a little cartoon I made on the ToonDoo website. It's based on the old Charles Atlas ads from the comic books...but with more ...
byPublished on 09-26-2011 05:00 PM Number of Views: 776
byPublished on 09-23-2011 08:00 PM Number of Views: 218
If you are, re-Tweet our Twitters (or re-Twit our Tweeters, or...anyway) get the word out to Bass Nation! If not, sign up (twitter.com) and follow TeachMeBassGuitar. Then Tweet us to everyone you know! Help TMBG take over the world! (Put me in charge, where I belong)!
byPublished on 09-22-2011 05:30 PM Number of Views: 642
By Lane on Bass
Throughout my career of more than 35 years, the subject of whether to play covers or not has come along more times than I've tuned my bass, or so it seems. There seem to be two camps of extreme opinions bookending the middle ground in which most players camp. One extreme opinion is that anyone who plays covers isn't a "real" musician, is a sell-out. And it's to this camp I'd like to offer some thoughts.
byPublished on 09-17-2011 10:45 AM Number of Views: 386
If you are planning on recording yourself (purely for educational or with your band) there are a few methods available that you want to consider.
I'll try to give a brief review on various audio recording methods.
The first thing you want to know is if you want to record with or without the use of your computer.
- If you don't want to use a computer, there ...