As this week comes to a close, we’re looking back once again at the top 10 No Treble reader favorites.
This week’s list includes some exciting news about John Entwistle’s “Rarities Oxhumed,” Ozzy Osbourne’s impressive bass lineup on “Patient Number 9,” Rich Brown’s Zen & The Art of Playing Bass lesson, our interview with Joel Quarrington, and more.
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Nu-X has introduced an enhanced version of their Mighty Plug with the Mighty Plug Pro. The headphone amp features effects, amp modeling, and Impulse Response (IR) cabinet models for bass and guitar.
This week we’re checking out a TULIP model from Wood Guerilla Basses. Dubbed “HoneyBlackCaramel,” the bass is actually a babyTULIP, which takes the single-cut bass and adds a headless tuning system.
Julia Hofer is back with a new video. In this one, she breaks down the excellent bass line by Kelsey Gonzalez on John Legend’s new tune, “Strawberry Blush.” The transcription is included, so grab your bass and follow along.
Holeyboard Pedalboards has introduced their smallest design yet with the Holeyboard Mini. Designed to be light and compact, the board is built from 5052 series aircraft aluminum with the company’s signature holey design.
The estate of bass icon John Entwistle has unveiled a new series of posthumous releases. “Rarities Oxhumed” includes unreleased and remastered studio tracks as well as demos and live recordings.
Ozzy Osbourne has followed up 2020’s “Ordinary Man” with another solo album, entitled “Patient Number 9.” On the low end of the frequency range are three monstrous bassists: Robert Trujillo, Duff McKagan, and Chris Chaney.
This week in The Brown’stone, Rich Brown wants to ensure you’re playing as relaxed as possible. So in this lesson, he gives us a few tips to stay relaxed and ready to play at our best.
Joel Quarrington has been one of the world’s leading double bass players for over forty years. In this wide-ranging interview, we talk about “The Music of Don Thompson”, the pros and cons of being a principal bassist, and much more.
KJ Jensen has released a new book called “Titans of Bass” that gives insight into the tactics, habits, and routines of the world’s top bassists. The author consulted with over 130 artists on perspectives of the bass.
Vocalist and trumpeter Jennifer Hartswick has released her third solo album, “Something In The Water,” which she co-wrote with Nick Cassarino. Hartswick also reconnected with her friend and collaborator Christian McBride for the project.