Question of the Week: What would you like No Treble to cover?

This week, we’re changing up the question format a little and seeking your advice.

What would you like No Treble to cover more often (or start covering)?

We’re here for you, so let us know!

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  1. Jonathan J Potts

    I would love to see a feature about crazy old, ugly basses. There are so many to choose from. Who made them and who used them?

  2. I would like to see an article on cort’s freedom bass that was only made 2 years, a project that produced great sound a cool combo of p style and j style pick ups. I have 2 of these basses inexpensive and fun to play great action. multitude of sound combo’s.

  3. Extended Range Basses.. the players, the music and the rigs they need to get the range they are looking for..

  4. I would like to see a segment on affordable(cheap) but good gear, the ones that are practically a steal… I mean, I don’t have the money to buy a boutique bass but it’s like I normally would like to read reviews about basses that I can afford, like the Fender Modern series review, that was one of the most helpful articles that I’ve read in No Treble.

  5. I think as a whole there’s not a lot of good info out there about getting a good live tone, amp settings how different frequencies fit in the mix. How to adjust your tone to fit a different room. Too many knobs, not enough time :-)

  6. How about a section devoted to provide guidance to beginners. It would be great to know how do great bass players came into their instrument, how to maintain the bass, gear for rooKies, and techinique tips…. well these are my two cents.