There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned shootout! Like this one. Three different NS2 Spector basses, but each with a unique wood and pickup combination. Let’s tune in…
Why have two separate pedals when you can have them gathered in just one? Like in this case with the Morley Cliff Burton Fuzz and Wah pedal that unites two classic effects.
Reviews by the media are great, but sometimes it is also nice to hear an opinion from a regular end user. Like in this case, where an end user reviews his Spector Euro 4 LX on activebass.com.
Who says a demo has to be an in-depth experience that lasts for hours? This bass demo gives you nothing but the essentials of the Spector Coda Pro, which is essentially all you really need.
The Source Audio pedals are just awesome. But that doesn’t mean they can’t get any better. How? Because Source Audio frequently offer new, free effect engines for download!
The Tru Bass 88 are black nylon bass strings, which obviously give you a very different tone compared to steel or nickel strings. But in what way? And what types of music are they great for?
This bass-only impro may be mellow at first, but beware… It is not for the faint-hearted and will take you tripping through outer space before safely entering orbit around planet Earth again.
All Spector basses are made with utmost attention to detail. Watch along, as Stuart Spector himself guides you through his US factory and also shares his thoughts on bass building in general.
Premier Guitar’s Steve Cook plugs into the Manta bass envelope filter by Source Audio, starts tweaking, enters ‘the wobbly space’ and really likes what he’s hearing.
If you ever wondered how a certain Morley pedal sounds, look no further. Chances are that you will find it in this massive demo of 10 pedals with and without dirt across 22 demo tracks.