Weekly Top 10: August 26 – September 1, 2023
This week’s top 10 reader-favorite list is 50% gear and 50% other good stuff from the land of the low-end.
Here are the 10 top articles on No Treble for the week of August 26 – September 1, 2023.
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This marks Atticus Lazenby’s fifth year as a luthier at Serek Basses, but he’s just started taking commissions for his own basses. Today, we’re sharing his “Concept 001,” which features an astounding ergonomic design.
Ernie Ball Music Man has unveiled the Summer 2023 collection of the Ball Family Reserve, which includes two guitars and one bass. The Ball Family Reserve “Shadow Korina” DarkRay is limited to 100 units worldwide.
Vola Guitars has teamed up with The Dali Thundering Concept bassist Steve Tréguier to create the Vasti 5 STM J1, which also marks the introduction of the Vola ATR-1 Active 3-band EQ.
California’s Xotic Effects has revamped the Bass BB preamp for 2023 with new functional and aesthetic features. The pedal offers up to 30db+ of boost with Gain, Level, Bass, and Treble controls.
Shouts Of Joy shared this video with some sage advice from one of the greats. John Patitucci shares his advice on the importance of work ethic, dependability, musicianship, and more.
Let’s add to your repertoire of country blues bass lines and practice the Johnny Cash classic, “Folsom Prison Blues.” Ryan Madora breaks it down in this “Keep It Groovy” bass lesson.
EBS has expanded its Magni 502 series of bass combo amps with a 1×15” model. Like its 210 predecessor, the new amp is a superlight combo featuring a wooden cabinet with front and rear porting plus a neodymium speaker to keep the weight down.
Suicidal Tendencies are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their self-titled debut album with a tour. The band’s current lineup includes frontman Muir joined by Ben Weinman, Dean Pleasants, Greyson Nekrutman, and Tye Trujillo.
Starlite & Campbell have just released their third studio album, “STARLITE.ONE.” We’re happy to present a bass playthrough for the new song “Blow Them All Away” and interview with bassist Suzy Starlite.
After a decade of dormancy, Dethklok has returned an album of all new songs and a full-length feature film. “Dethalbum IV” and “Metalocalypse: Army of the Doom Star” are out now, and as such, the animated death metal overlords are taking the metal to the masses.