Rodenberg Amplification has unveiled a handy new pedal called the KILLMISTER. Named in homage to bass icon Lemmy, the device is an automatic kill switch that lets you cut your signal with eight settings.
John McLaughlin celebrated his 80th birthday earlier this month. Victor Wooten shared this video on Facebook around that time of McLaughlin, Wooten, and Chick Corea performing Mahavishnu Orchestra’s “You Know, You Know”.
Josh Paul has announced he’s leaving Daughtry after fifteen years with the group. The bassist, who was one of the four original members, shared the news on Instagram with a heartfelt message.
This week we’re checking out one of the most evocative basses I’ve seen in a while. The Prophecy Instruments PLASMA-4 has an aesthetic design that pulls from both organic and synthetic themes.
I’m always excited when our good friend Tony Senatore reaches out with a new video. Here’s one he just sent us of The Andy Rothstein Band performing “Perfect Storm”.
Tower of Power has unveiled a new spring tour of the U.S. that marks their first major outing since the beginning of the pandemic. Bassist Marc Van Wageningen, who had filled in for Rocco Prestia through the years, will carry on the tradition.
This was a big week for traffic for No Treble, thanks to all of you. This week we posted Charles Berthoud’s latest creative video, shared the news of Alex Lifeson’s new band, Rich Brown shared a new lesson, we remembered Burke Shelley, and more.
Last month, Joe Walsh joined forces with some heavy hitters in the music industry for his “VetsAid 2021: The Basement Show”. Here’s Walsh with Ringo Starr, Benmont Tench, Waddy Wachtel, Leland Sklar, and Russ Kunkel performing “Funk #49”.
We’ve been enjoying the studio videos from Scary Goldings featuring organist Larry Goldings for the past few months, and now the full album is available. “Scary Goldings IV” is a collection of ever-funky grooves with Goldings and an unreal band.
Mastro Valvola has unveiled a new pedal called the OFF1. The unit combines octave, fuzz, and filter circuits into a stompbox made for “guitar, bass, synth, and any other stuff,” the company states.
Hovak Alaverdyan (Ellen Alaverdyan‘s father) reached out to me with this video, asking me if we’d share it with No Treble readers. In this one, Hovak and Ellen perform their first original tune, “Don’t Stop The Music”.
Metalheads rejoice! Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium, and In Flames have announced a 2022 leg for their “Metal Tour of the Year”. The package’s original dates were in 2020 and postponed until last summer.