Weekly Top 10: Todd Kerns Podcast, Top 10 Bass Gear, Genesis Tour Announcement, New Albums, and More
Time for the weekly roundup of the top 10 reader favorite stories on No Treble.
Todd Kerns is currently the bass player for Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators. But his story is much deeper than that. Enjoy the conversation...
In 2014, Simon Wood-Harris shared a video for his Unidentified Flying Project. “There is a Dream” was a huge hit for readers, thanks in part to Pino Palladino. Seven years later, we get to hear more, with their tune, “Dance The Rain”.
This week we’re looking at the Ikejima Four Fretless by Kriz Lenz. The first of the new “Ikejima” design series, the bass features simple materials used in a beautiful way.
Positive Grid has released a special edition of their flagship practice amp with the Spark Pearl. The amp is styled with white Tolex trimmed with gold piping and a contrast-stitched carrying strap.
April is in the books, so it is time to look back. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorite bass gear stories of the month.
Last year, Genesis announced a highly-anticipated reunion tour that would take the band across Ireland and the UK. It was ultimately rescheduled to this fall, but now the group has unveiled its first North American dates in 14 years.
Sinobas Amplification produces a healthy line of bass cabinets and cables, but now they’re also getting into the world of pedals. Their first stompbox offering is the Boost BT-1, a “mean and clean” boost designed for the bass guitar.
Rich Brown is kicking off a new series in his “Brown’stone” lessons, focusing on triads. In this one, Rich shares the different ways to approach the major and minor triads with some straightforward but beautiful exercises.
Attention jazz-loving audiophiles! Christian McBride has teamed up with Qobuz, the hi-res streaming, and download service, to release a new EP called “The Q Sessions”.
Avishai Cohen has expanded his palette for his new album, “Two Roses”, which features the bassist and composer’s trio alongside the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. The fourteen-song collection features songs near and dear to Cohen.