In the beginning, there was an intro. A Bass Player played an introduction and set the mood for an entire song.
WHAT ARE THE OPTIMAL CONDITIONS FOR RECORDING A HIT JAZZ–POP crossover album?
A COVER VERSION OF A SONG SOMETIMES BECOMES THE DEFINITIVE version.
“WE’D LIKE YOU TO MEET A FRIEND OF OURS WHO GOES BY THE NAME of Killer Joe.
IN MY LAST TWO WOODSHED COLUMNS, WE LOOKED AT TYPICAL LINES
that a studio bassist should be able to sight-read.
John Goldsby remembers the inimitable Charlie Haden, who passed away July 11 in Los Angeles.
WHAT SKILLS DO YOU NEED TO BE A BASSIST IN DEMAND? A KILLER
groove? A large repertoire of tunes? A designer instrument? A Lexus SUV worthy ...
Learn why some bassists play more melodically than others.
John Goldsby explores 7th intervals, which sound wide and angular.
AT MY REGULAR GIG WITH THE WDR BIG BAND, I WORK WITH A ROTATing
roster of great jazz composers, arrangers, and soloists. I was thrilled rec...
Watch the V3 Route 66 American Overdrive Pedal Demo
Eastwood Link Wray Tribute Guitar
48 Acts Added to Eurosonic Noorderslag Line-Up
EASTWEST Offers Buy 1 Get 1 Free
EastWest offers buy one get one free until November 30
Working with analog synths and your DAW
Guitarist Eva Vergilova Covers Prince’s “Purple Rain”
Eric Johnson and Mike Stern Play “Cliffs of Dover” at Soundcheck
Interview: Lzzy Hale of Halestorm Gives Update from the Studio
Skybound Premiere New Song, “Desolate”
Monster Licks Unleashed with Glenn Proudfoot: Blues Scale Chaos — Video
Sunday Strum, Episode 17: 16th Note/Stutter Phrase — Lesson
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