Federico Malaman has a new bass cover video out. This time around, he’s taking on Madcon’s “Don’t Worry”.
Bob Glaub has been doing his job with Jackson Browne for years, and he’s hit the mark again on the songwriter’s new album, “Downhill From Everywhere”.
Meet Timothy Seisser, a bassist from Chicago who started out on bass thanks to it being the only instrument left unchosen. He’s made the most of it in the years since, both playing and building basses.
We were excited when No Treble reader Clive H Jones shared his latest solo bass video with us. In this clip, Clive takes on Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know”.
In 2002, the original quartet lineup of Descendents reunited to enter the studio and record their earliest material. After being shelved for nearly two decades, the tracks have been released as “9th & Walnut”, an album named after their Long Beach practice space.
This week we’re taking a look at The Enchantress, which is part of the Datu Series by Elegee Custom Guitars. They shared the beauty on Facebook with a rundown of its specs.
Dave Sanborn’s “The Sanborn Sessions” dropped another remote session episode recently, with Sting as the guest. The group performs Sting’s “Fragile” and The Paul Butterfield Blues Band’s “In My Own Dream”.
Munir Hossn has released “Vientre”, an album dedicated to his mother, who passed away in the spring of 2021. The multi-instrumentalist’s vision began as an homage to all women.
Aluminati Guitar Co. has previously focused on building bass necks out of aluminum, but now they’ve announced their first complete bass.
A Youtuber who goes by Professor Chocolate Cake put together this impressive video of Yes performing “I’ve Seen All Good People” live in 1973. The footage of Chris Squire and the band is fantastic, as is the production work.
An epic performance of the Tedeschi Trucks Band with guests Trey Anastasio and Doyle Bramhall II is now available as an album called “Layla Revisited (Live at LOCKN’)”.
Breedlove Guitars has unveiled the ECO Pursuit series, including the Pursuit Exotic S Concerto Amber Bass CE, which comes in fretted and fretless versions. The ECO Series boasts three layers of tonewood that were sustainably harvested.