Way Huge has announced the STO, an overdrive pedal inspired by the “purr of a freshly tuned-up muscle car.” The circuit is based on the Nobels ODR-1 that is revered among Nashville recording studios.
10-year-old bassist Áron Hodek is grooving hard on this bass cover of the dvsn and Ty Dolla $ign tune, “I Believed It”, which featured Mac Miller.
Steel Panther has announced the “end of an era” with the departure of bassist Lexxi Foxx. The humorous glam metal band, which Foxx has been a part of since its 2000 inception, released a statement.
Leones Guitars shared their latest JB model, and it’s a stunner. The Leones JB 541FR Rosewood is a fretless version of the bass built almost entirely with rosewood.
Pete O’Neill shared his latest video with us, and it is a beautiful solo fretless bass arrangement of “Change the Sheets” by Canadian singer/songwriter Kathleen Edwards.
BMF Effects has unveiled the High Roller, which the company calls an “updated take on a rodent-style classic circuit.” The distortion pedal has a streamlined control layout with three knobs: volume, gain, and tone.
Happy Sunday! As we close out another week, we look back at the top 10 reader favorites, including a great bass lesson, top videos, new gear, and stories.
Celestion has announced a collaboration with Bergantino Audio Systems to release a line of Impulse Responses based on the company’s NXT and NXV series bass cabinets.
It has been a while since we shared one of Leland Sklar’s videos. In this one, Lee plays along to one of his favorite tracks (“Everyday”) from James Taylor’s 1985 record, “That’s Why I’m Here”, and shares the story behind it.
Up the irons! For the first time in six years, Iron Maiden has released new music. The band has dropped a new single called “The Writing on the Wall”, along with an epic animated music video.
Purple is the new Orange, or should we say the new Orange is Purple. The British amp giant has unveiled a new signature combo amp for Dead Daisies member and former Deep Purple bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes.
Julia Hofer is back with another great video showcasing one of the great bass lines. In this one, Julia Hofer plays along with Stevie Wonder’s “Do I Do”. If that’s not enough, Julia shows off her multi-tasking skills to David504.