Rotosound strings have been around long before there was any such thing as heavy metal rock. But that doesn’t mean they’re not great for the heavier kinds of rock ‘n’ roll!
This is short and sweet. And probably the best minute you get to spend on bass-related stuff in the fun department today. So what are you waiting for!? Dig in!
The late, great Cliff Burton used a classic 70’s Morley Fuzz Wah pedal with Metallica in the early days. Now, Morley is paying tribute to Cliff Burton with a modern version of the pedal.
Our good friend, Nathan Navarro, is one hell of a bass player – and one that is not afraid of punching in a few pedals to make things even more interesting.
Ultimate Basses plugs in a Spector bass for a neat little jam session over ‘Walking on the Moon’, demoing each pickup in isolation as well as in combination.
These hands belong to bass wizard, Nathan Navarro, but he is using them for one thing only in this video. No bass playing this time – only tweaking knobs!
When we say that Rotos rock, we mean it! Add it to anything and it will make you rock out good – and as you can see on this video Sisters of Suffocation is no exception.
There’s a new bass beast in town. In one sense, it’s kind of a Precision type bass with a magnetic pickup in the middle, but it literally comes with a certain twist under the bridge!
Rotosound has been in the string business for many decades, but always strived to refine and optimize the production process – yet without compromising the quality.
Spector is widely known for the NS, Euro, Legend and other electric bass series, but maybe less so for acoustics. Well, this is all about to change with the introduction of the Timbre Acoustic.