Weekly Top 10: Top 5 ABBA Bass Lines, Super Easy Bluesy Jazzy Walking Bass Lesson, Remembering Robbie Shakespeare, Iron Maiden Tour, New Gear, and More
We’re wrapping up another week with a look back at the most-read articles on No Treble. Here is your weekly top 10!
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Julia Hofer’s “Top 5 Bass Lines” videos are always a big hit around here. She’s just published a new one, focusing on the music of ABBA and the bass lines of Rutger Gunnarsson and Mike Watson.
Ernie Ball Music Man has unveiled the Winter 2021 edition of their Ball Family Reserve instruments, including one bass: The BFR Stingray 5 Special Fretless.
I always love when fans send in basses that get them excited. This week we’re checking out a jaw-dropping six-string that was sent in by Tyler D.
This one features a super easy walking bass line that can make your blues progression a bit jazzier and your jazz walking bass line a little more accessible. Think about it as a good gateway between the genres.
Another icon of the bass has left us. Reggae legend Robbie Shakespeare has passed away at the age of 68.
Up the irons! Steve Harris and Iron Maiden have unveiled a new round of their Legacy of the Beast tour for North America in 2022. The outing will include 23 shows.
Darkglass Electronics has added a new pedal to their lineup with the Alpha·Omega Photon. The new offering takes their Alpha Omega distortion circuit and puts it into a more flexible format.
We love sharing the daily videos, and we love how much readers dig them too. Here are the top 10 reader favorite videos for the month of November 2021. We think it is a pretty diverse lineup once again.
Meet Ryan Templeton, a bassist from Springfield, Missouri who originally got his start on trombone before switching to bass. Since then, he’s covered a ton of musical ground. Here’s his story…
Deep Purple’s Roger Glover has been working on his autobiography, which is moving along. In other news, Deep Purple recently released a covers album. “Turning To Crime” is their first release to not have any originals on it.