You can always rely on Damian Coccio to share some stunning solo bass music. Here’s a recent one with his composition for two basses and an Ebow. He says “the ‘pad’ sound on the Ebow comes from the Strymon Big Sky shimmer reverb.” Beautiful, as always.
Damian Coccio sent us this video with a simple note: “Here is something to help folks relax.” We’re all for that. The tune, “Inner Ponds,” features Damian’s fretless bass and EBow. And it is definitely relaxing.
I’m a sucker for the fretless bass, so when I saw this video of Damian Coccio performing his solo bass composition, “Alone On A Rock,” I knew I had to share it. Damian plays a 1998 Pedulla Pentabuzz masterfully in this piece. Enjoy.
Damian Coccio is back with a new tune, called “Cliffs of Aquinnah,” which is planned to be part of his next solo bass album coming out this year.
Damian Coccio sent us his latest solo bass performance of his composition, “Trial By Light”. The tune is the title track for his latest album. “The bass is a Fodera Custom Imperial MG shape and the effects are the Strymon Timeline Delay,” he shared.
Damian Coccio shared his latest video with us of a tune he wrote for solo loop bass, “What the Storm Brought”. He also shared the specifics in how his setup: “Using the Ditto X2 Looper and Strymon Timeline Delay. Using the volume knob on the Ditto X2 Looper for fading during the performance. Tuning is DGDGD. The bass is a...