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  • Kala Introduces Stand Out Wall Hangers

    Kala Introduces Stand Out Wall Hangers

    UBass manufacturer Kala Brand Music has introduced a new line of wall hangers in their “Stand Out” series of instrument display accessories. The Stand Outs come in two sizes: one for basses and guitars and one for ukuleles and mandolins. Manufactured and assembled in California, the wall hangers are made with reclaimed wood, making each... »

  • Weekly Top Ten: The Best in Bass for the Week of October 27th

    Weekly Top Ten: The Best in Bass for the Week of October 27th

    This week’s top 10 features what is easily the most popular video on No Treble, all time. In fact, it may exceed the views on the other nine, combined. But the other nine were no slouches either, making it a record week for readership. Here are the top 10 most read stories and most watched... »

  • Miki Santamaria: Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” Solo Bass Loop

    Miki Santamaria: Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” Solo Bass Loop

    Back in July, we featured one what turned out to be one of the most popular videos on No Treble this year: Jim Bennett’s solo bass take on Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”. Another one of our favorite bassists, Miki Santamaria took the same tune and did his own thing with it. Miki’s version layers loops... »

  • Level 42 Releases “Sirens” EP

    Level 42 Releases “Sirens” EP

    Level 42 is giving a nod to their past with a new EP entitled Sirens. The six-song album, mixed and produced by John Morales, is firmly rooted in the retro dance format. “Back in 1980 and 1981 when we started out, we were very much a club band,” bassist Mark King told the audience at... »

  • Hevos Introduces 2×6 Combo Bass Amp

    Hevos Introduces 2×6 Combo Bass Amp

    Hevos has introduced the 2×6, a compact bass combo amp fitted with a pair of 6″ loudspeakers. It utilizes the company’s 400C amplifier, which includes a Class-D power amp rated at 400 watts. Features include two separate inputs, a mute for tuning, -6dB pad and a phase switch the company says is great for double... »

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  • Akashdeep Gogoi & Nawaz Hussain: Weekly Once

    Akashdeep Gogoi & Nawaz Hussain: Weekly Once

    Here’s a cool video sent in from our friend Akashdeep Gogoi, featuring drummer Nawaz Hussain. The duo play their original song “Weekly Once,” featuring a tight groove and a great bass solo. »

  • Nadja Peulen Rejoins Coal Chamber

    Nadja Peulen Rejoins Coal Chamber

    Coal Chamber has announced that bassist Nadja Peulen is back in the fold. The band, which reunited in 2011 and has been “taking it slow” since then, made the announcement on their website: “Sometimes change is good. Especially when that change reunites a person with someone from the past who they love and had missed.... »

  • Bass Gear Roundup: The Top Gear Stories in October

    Bass Gear Roundup: The Top Gear Stories in October

    October is in the books… and those books include at least four new fuzz pedals! Add a couple of new Fodera basses, even more pedals, and some other exciting bass gear, and you have the top 10 gear stories of the month. As always, these are ranked by reader views. Thanks as always for reading,... »

  • Dirty Loops: Hit Me

    Dirty Loops: Hit Me

    They’re back! Dirty Loops, the Swedish power trio known for their incredible renditions of pop songs has released a video for “Hit Me,” their very first original track. The song retains all of their energy and musical complexity, and bassist Henrik Linder’s playing is spectacular as ever. »

  • Rex Brown and Kill Devil Hill Release “Revolution Rise”

    Rex Brown and Kill Devil Hill Release “Revolution Rise”

    Kill Devil Hill has released their sophomore album, Revolution Rise. Following up on their self-titled debut, the effort dishes up a variety of groove metal with southern and grunge tinges. The record shows the band’s chemistry from touring, says bassist Rex Brown. “It’s collective, but there’s more diversity on this one than the last one... »