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Bass Love: Thanks to Our Sponsors

No Treble’s sponsors are key to helping make this online magazine go. Their support of the bass community is terrific, and the people behind these companies are incredible across the board. We’re proud of association with them, for both reasons.

We hope you’ll join us in thanking them by checking them out, dropping them a note in the comments, and sharing.

We couldn’t do it without them!

Dunlop Manufacturing

Dunlop ManufacturingDunlop’s MXR line includes durable, lightweight, versatile & powerful MXR all analog bass effects pedals – designed by bass players for bass players.

Dunlop’s bass strings deliver exceptional string-to-string balance, amazing dynamic range, low tension, long life and quick break-in time. Dunlop Bass Strings offer traditionalists, slappers and pickwielding rockers cutting midrange, wide bottom end and a growl that will cut through any band.

Play Bass Now

Play Bass NowBeginning Slap Bass with MarloweDK offers up 25 bass licks and exercises covering the fundamental techniques of slapping, popping, slides, hammerons, pullofs, bends, double thumbing and more. All exercises are shown with a normal version, a slow version and additional splitscreen closeups of the right and left hand playing reeeeal slow versions. PDFs and MP3 files are also included. Beginning Slap Bass is available on DVD and as a digital download.

TC Electronic

TC ElectronicTC Electronic’s BH250 Head is a compact, low-end wonder with a massive 250 watts of power and a tone to die for, offering the ultimate in versatility via the unique TonePrint feature and a built-in bass tuner that works on anything from 4 to 6 strings. Their BC210 Cabinet is a 250 watt 2×10″ + 1″ Tweeter cabinet which comes ready for either standalone use or as part of the unique vertical stacking concept in combination with any other BC cabinet. Be sure to check out all the other bass goodness from TC Electronic.

Bassline Publishing

Bassline PublishingWhen it comes to transcriptions and method books, few meet the standard of Bassline Publishing. Be sure to check out the best selling The Bass Player’s Guide to Scales and Modes available in print and digital formats. Be sure to check out their new line of iBooks too – formatted to take full advantage of the iPad’s multimedia capabilities and offer up expanded versions of their popular print editions.