Double-neck guitarist Felix Martin has been broadened the range of his instrument company, FM Guitars, with a new line of basses. The company now offers 8, 10, and 12-string basses
No Treble reader Eduardo Kusdra sent us this video he did a few years ago, and we were glad he did. Eduardo took The Beatles’ “Martha My Dear” and turned it into an incredible all-bass arrangement. I love the fretless work on this.
One year after she was removed from the band, Mia Wallace is back among the ranks of the black metal outfit Abbath. The news was announced on Abbath’s social media.
Luthier Yuki Nishgaki of Nishgaki Guitars draws his inspiration from nature. That’s clear on this gorgeous semi-hollow Tempesta bass, which summons visions of huge waves of sound.
Pete O’Neill sent us a new video, and it has quite a story behind it. Check out his solo bass performance (and transcription) for Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect”.
For the first month of the new year, the bass videos we shared were quite popular. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorites for the month of January 2021.
D’Addario has introduced a new tuning pedal called the Chromatic Pedal Tuner+. The new utility device is described as having the speed and accuracy of the original pedal tuner with two new onboard features.
Following the popular video Gilad Ephrat sent us for “Mercy Street”, here’s another he just sent us. Here’s his beautiful solo double bass performance of “My Beloved Country”.
Edie Brickell and New Bohemians have released a new album called “Hunter and The Dog Star”. The record, which marks their fifth studio effort, is once again anchored by bass heavyweight Brad Houser.
Ibanez has unveiled their annual limited edition run of SR Premium basses, which they describe as “built to be noticed.” The four-string SR4CMLTD and five-string SR5CMLTD are built with multi-piece bodies of alternating ash and figured maple.
It’s always a blast watching videos by The Main Squeeze. The band always nails it on their covers, and they look like they’re having a lot of fun recording them. Here’s their latest, with their cool take on “Hotel California”.
Fender is celebrating their 75th anniversary with a few limited edition basses, but the iconic brand’s three-quarters of a century will also be documented in a new book, “Fender 75 Years”, written by Dave Hunter.