Guy Pratt, a legendary bass player and skilled musician, has captivated audiences and inspired fellow bass players for decades. He’s our guest for Episode #101 of Groove.
For the first time in 28 years, Pink Floyd has released a brand new song. “Hey Hey Rise Up” was recorded on March 30th as a means to raise money for Ukrainian humanitarian relief.
Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets is coming back to the United States for a 2022 trek entitled “The Echoes Tour”. The Pink Floyd drummer’s band will be performing music from the band’s early catalog, with Guy Pratt on bass.
Ashdown Engineering has teamed up with Guy Pratt to create a new signature amp called the Interstellar-600. The bass icon’s new rig is a take on his ABM-900 with revamped EQ and valve drive sections.
After being rescheduled due to the pandemic, Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason and his band Saucerful of Secrets have released “Live at The Roundhouse”. The album and concert film is from a 2019 performance with the group exploring Floyd’s earlier works.
Ove Bosch has announced a new online bass camp called BassCon Online. Bosch, who was the organizer and host of the Warwick Bass Camp, has confirmed four top-shelf bassists for the event: Leland Sklar, Stuart Hamm, John Patitucci, and Guy Pratt.
Session ace Guy Pratt kicked off a YouTube series last month called “Lockdown Licks” to reveal the secrets of songs he has recorded or has played. In this episode, he goes over two Pink Floyd classics he’s played with the band.
On the bright side of the world being on lockdown, many of our favorite bassists are able to take the time to create videos. That includes session ace Guy Pratt. He’s kicked off a new series he’s calling “Lockdown Licks.”
Spector has released a new “Spector on Record” video with a cool animated bass line. This time they explain the story of Madonna’s controversial “Like A Prayer,” which is anchored by session ace Guy Pratt.
Guy Pratt has teamed up with The Bass Centre to introduce the Guy Pratt Betsy Bass. A part of their British Bass Masters series, the instrument is based on Pratt’s 1964 Jazz Bass he named “Betsy,” which he originally bought from John Entwistle in 1987.
Ashdown Engineering has expanded their pedal offerings with the PRO FX line, which consists of five new units: The Triple Shot, the Macchiato Comp (Guy Pratt Signature), the Studio Comp, the Velvet Comp, and the Type 23.
Ashdown Engineering introduced an interesting new bass cabinet called the CL-310-DH. Rated at 450 watts at 8 ohms, the cabs were inspired by vintage British PA systems and feature a 3×10" configuration with dual high-frequency horns.