Three years ago today, we officially launched this online magazine for bassists we call No Treble.
Over these three years, we’ve made many friends: almost 66,000 on Facebook, over 4,500 on Twitter, not to mention the countless bassists we’ve met at NAMM, at concerts and other places). This, without a doubt, is the best part for us here at No Treble HQ.
We’ve also now published over 4,200 stories, videos, columns, lessons, stories and features.
Today, I’m thrilled to be able to say that No Treble is visited by more than 100,000 people a month, who combine to visit a total of 200,000 times a month. And we’re showing no signs of slowing down. That’s a lot of bass!
Thank you for reading, for Liking and Tweeting and commenting on our pages and across the social web, for sending us your stories and photos, and for connecting with us.
I’d also like to thank the incredible folks on No Treble’s team – past and present:
- Kevin “Mr. Crush It” Johnson (Managing Editor)
- Damian Erskine (Ask Damian Erskine and App reviews)
- Donovan Stokes (The Lowdown with Dr. D)
- Ryan Madora (I Wish I Knew That and Blues Bass columns)
- Phil Wain (Reviewer)
- Thomas “MarloweDK” Risell (Bass lessons)
- Rob Doane (Mod Shop)
- Grant Stinnett (Bass lessons)
- Dr. Randall Kertz (Health & Fitness for The Working Bassist)
- Jeff Gorham (Gear reviews and columns)
- Evan Kepner (Writer and bass lessons contributor)
- Flemming Dørken (Videos and the “official 1st friend of No Treble”)
- Russ Sargeant (Columnist)
- Jon Burr (Bass lessons)
- Phil Palombi (Guest columnist)
- Karla Collegeman, who has helped in many ways, including getting everyone’s t-shirt and sticker orders out the door.
Here’s to many more years of celebrating the greatest instrument on the planet together.
Happy birthday, No Treble!