Ashdown has expanded their pedal lineup as well as their range of artist products with two new effects units: the John Myung Double Drive Pedal and the Geezer Butler Pedal of Doom.
Zander Zon just released his latest video, and it’s as impressive as always. Using fretless and fretted basses, an E-Bow, pedals, and altered tunings, here’s his arrangement of the theme from “Halo”.
Double bassist and composer Teppo Hauta-aho has died. He was 80 years old. Hauta-aho wrote over 300 works for bass, making him one of the most prolific composers for the instrument of our times.
Mike Watt is such an icon of the instrument that it’s only fitting his signature bass is equally epic. This week we’re checking out the second version of his Wattplower by Reverend Guitars.
Juliaplaysgroove is bringing the groove once again. In this one, she plays along with “Smokin’ Out The Window” by Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, from their album “An Evening with Silk Sonic”. She’s playing a Music Man Joe Dart Signature Bass.
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G&L Guitars has added a new JB-5 to their Fullerton Deluxe lineup that will feature a Western Sugar Pine body. The move is in part tribute to founder Leo Fender, whose first instruments were built with pine.
No Treble reader Shane Hendrickson has sent us some fantastic videos this year. Here’s the latest from him, with him performing a bass solo at the Colorado Irish Fest.
Sting has returned with his fifteenth solo album, called “The Bridge”. The star-studded release was fleshed out over the past year and lyrically connects deeper subjects.
Sunnaudio has expanded its pedal lineup with the Stage DI-2 Prestine preamp. The all-analog device is described as “a console-quality preamp with full functionality, effortless dynamic range, and clarity.”
The Martin Miller Session Band says they’re heading back in the studio soon, and in the meantime, they’re dropping more videos. Here’s the band performing Stevie Wonder’s “I Wish”, with Benni Jud laying down the groove.
Bassist and composer Eivind Opsvik has returned with a new album, “Emotional Switches”, which diverges from his “Overseas” series. The experimental record ranges from art-pop songs to ambient instrumentals.