Tone does come from the hands but it also has a lot to do with your gear. These lessons contain bass guitar gear reviews, tips, and advice on how to find the tone you love.
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1968 Fender Precision vs Warmoth P Bass
I’m lucky to own a 1968 Fender Precision bass. It’s one of the holy grails of bass tone and has been heard on countless albums over the decades. James Jamerson perhaps, did more than anyone to popularise the P bass tone: thick, punchy, and prominent in any mix. One thing I’d always wanted to do was
Fender JMJ Road Worn Mustang Bass (Justin Meldal-Johnsen) – Fingers/Plectrum/Slap/Effects
The Fender Mustang is the unsung hero of the Fender bass range. Everyone knows about its more celebrated siblings; the Jazz and the Precision. But not enough people know that this bass packs a huge punch. Don’t be fooled by its diminutive size, this 30 inch short scale bass sounds every bit as mighty as
Blender Pedal On Bass Guitar (With A Rat Fuzz Pedal)
Using a blender pedal with an old pedal or one that does not have a blend knob can really help retain your low end. Don’t forget that this is one of your main considerations. Watch the video below for a few different settings with this great Pro Co The Rat pedal. Related video: How To Put
Bass Guitar Effects Tip: Use A Looper Pedal
Putting together a bass guitar pedalboard is fun and – these days – bass players are required to make all kinds of weird and wonderful noises from effects pedals. The problem is that going through pedals degrades your tone; especially the low end. One of the bass player’s roles is to provide the bottom for
100 Pro Tips To Improve Your Bass Playing
I get lots of questions about how to do various things on the bass guitar but, the reality is that there are lots of areas that come together to make you a great musician. This guide contains one hundred ideas that will make you a better player. Save this post, give it a good read
Studio Tour- (For Remote Bass Guitar Recording)
You really don’t need as much gear as you might think to record quality bass tones at home. I’ve recorded professionally for hundreds of people all over the world, playing on well over a thousand tracks. Check out www.onlinebassplayer.com for more. For more videos on bass guitar recording, gear and reviews, head over here.