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byPublished on 01-21-2013 09:15 AM Number of Views: 249
Our good friend Bryan Beller forwarded this press release from Mike Keneally, one of his musical partners, about their upcoming (March-April) tour of the U.K. and Europe. Great music, guaranteed! DC
byPublished on 01-19-2013 01:50 PM Number of Views: 476
After I finished my practice today, I wondered how typical my approach to TMBG is. So I thought I would ask.
So, how long have you been working through the course? What lesson are you on? What do you play? How many days a week do you practise? For how long? Do you ...
byPublished on 01-17-2013 01:15 PM Number of Views: 290
The first-ever pix of Brubaker's Custom-Made TMBG Brute bass - won by Nicki - will be posted in the next day or two. Meantime, the bass has undergone its final series of inspections and is being shipped today, so no doubt Nicki will be posting pix of her own in the near future!
byPublished on 01-17-2013 01:10 PM Number of Views: 223
If any TMBGers in the L.A. area would like to attend NAMM as our official ThunderRow correspondent, we'll see if we can scare up a ticket or two. CAVEAT: You have to write articles with pix about items of interest to us on the Row!
If interested, write firstname.lastname@example.org.
byPublished on 01-16-2013 09:45 AM Number of Views: 245
I found this guy's YouTube page - he offers some lessons in basslines. They're good viewing and can help to increase your riff library, but as I was watching him, some of his explanations were a little weird (not very user-friendly). Makes me really appreciate the way Roy explains his lessons and - most of all - the TMBG real time fretboard.