Top 10: The Best Bass Gear (September 2010)
This week, we’re taking a look back at the top 10 most popular bass gear stories for September, 2010, based on No Treble readers.
Music Man introduced roasted maple necks as an option for their instruments. No Treble readers voted with their visits and said they love this the best.
EBS Sweden’s sequel to the Fafner bass amp, appropriately named the Fafner II.
DR announced their new patented K3 string coating technology, saying these strings will last “at least 9 times longer (by documented factory tests) than previous DR coatings”.
There’s no school like the old school, so Guardian announced a vintage hard case.
Speaking of old school, Aguilar Amplification unveiled their newest pickup, the AG 5J-60, made to bring the tone of a 60’s era Fender Jazz to modern 5-string basses.
Time to shred. FEA Labs has announced their latest creation, the FEA Dual Band Distortion pedal.
Road ready… this portable sidekick bass that weighs only 3.5 lbs!
The Fleabass line expanded with the the Street Bass model, which Flea himself is using to tour and write the new Red Hot Chili Peppers album.
Bassists asked for it, Tech 21 delivered… the VT Bass Deluxe, a 6-channel programmable version of their SansAmp Character Series VT Bass pedal.
10. Music Man Reflex
More Summer NAMM fun, with the new Music Man Reflex.