After the official breakup of Suspect208, Tye Trujillo and Noah Weiland have unveiled they’ve started a new band called Blu Weekend. Trujillo told Eric Blair of “Blairing Out with Eric Blair” that the music is more punk-oriented.
This week we’re checking out a decked out Sono Magna Single Cut bass by AGH Custom Basses out of the Staffordshire Moorlands town of Leek. AGH says this bass has “the works,” and we believe it.
Jazz bassist and Mahavishnu Orchestra member Rick Laird has passed away. He was 80 years old. Tributes have been pouring in from musicians around the world, including his former bandmate Billy Cobham.
Like you, we’re really enjoying Rich Brown’s The Brown’stone lesson series on No Treble. But today, we’re going to watch the man play. Check out “Ukudlala”.
Swedish melodic death metal mainstays At The Gates have just dropped their latest studio album, entitled The Nightmare of Being. The album gave bassist and primary songwriter Jonas Björler plenty to work with.
On-Stage has expanded its lineup of Striped Bags with the GBB4770S, which is the first in the series to accommodate a bass guitar. The gig bag’s colorful exterior protects against the elements.
Miki Santamaria shared this video of some music he recorded with Pepe Bao. In this clip, they perform “Andebass”, which appears on Bao’s second solo album. What a duo!
After dropping their debut EP, “Doom”, in May of 2020, Doom Flamingo has released a companion EP called “Flamingo”. The band, founded by Umphrey’s McGee bassist Ryan Stasik, calls it the alter ego to its predecessor.
Time is flying by, and with the start of a new month, we take a look back. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorite bass gear stories for the month of June 2021.
Ryan Madora’s Youtube channel is full of so much bass goodness. This clip offers a lesson on building a bass groove with the help of a drum loop.
Jeff Lorber Fusion has returned with a new album called “Space-Time”. The trio, completed by drummer Gary Novak and bassist Jimmy Haslip, welcomes a variety of guests for the effort.
Crazy Tube Circuits has introduced the TI:ME, an all-analog delay/echo pedal featuring a compact design and high-quality op-amp. The circuit is inspired by the first digital delay rack units of the mid-late ’70s.