See anything familiar? It looks like classics – and it looks like vintage! But these are new instruments that are inspired by the classics, yet also bringing new concepts to the table and deliver on quality and tone!
Bass Gear Magazine is one of the most dedicated and thorough bass mags. It’s one of those cases where one guy’s passion, but backed with support from the bass community, can dig so deeply into covering in such detail.
We’re super-excited to announce that we have taken on the EU-wide distribution of Genzler Amplification – a new bass brand, yet one with a huge low-end legacy under the belt.
When music brands get mainstream airtime, usually there’s trouble ahead, but this time it’s different. Rotosound appeared on BBC simply as a recognition of a job extremely well done – continually over six decades!
There is a lot of talking about bass strings these days. Often this debate evolves around nickel versus stainless steel, but there are other choices out there… Rotosound’s Tru Bass 88 brings a completely different approach to the table.
Nathan Navarro does it again. He simply dials in a sound that inspires him and then just goes with the flow and plays something amazing. This time, Source Audio’s new Ventris Dual Reverb is the source for inspiration.
This is one cool demo of a bass that may have blood stains, but surely can nail all sorts of musical genres, while still having an edge and looking utterly brutal. Evil looks are not just for metal it appears!
Nathan Navarro is a very skilled bass player, who masters a wide range of different bass techniques and musical playing styles. He is also adventurous by nature and not afraid of experimenting with pedals!
OK. This is slightly bizarre… But also strangely intriguing and simply good fun! The video is named Spector Bass Busters. You have probably guessed the original tune by now!
This bass players band, Whico Skyla, is clearly inspired by Iron Maiden. And the bass line is in particular, galopping away into the sunset Steve Harris style!