Bass Player April 2012

Bass Player April 2012

Aug 15, 2023

Bass Player April 2012 PDF. Bass Player is a monthly magazine which was founded in 1989. The magazine is dedicated to providing information for bass players. The publication provides equipment reviews, instructional lessons for bass players, interviews with well known and up and coming bass artists, and music just for bass guitar. Tutorials and lessons for bass players in Bass Player Magazine PDF include learning different music styles and songs.
Bursting with the latest news from the bass community, showcasing the ‘great and less-great work’ of a bass star and interviews with bass players. Perfect for beginner and advanced level players, you’ll find helpful lessons in every issue of Bass Player to improve your technique. You’ll also find reviews of the latest gear to upgrade your kit to the best on the market. Bringing you the latest product reviews, news and updates from the bass community, you’ll find everything from genuine rock and jazz to metal and funk bass features.

Bass Player April 2012 contents:

  • Guide to Bass Shops. Shopping for bass gear has never been easier. We check out some of the top U.S shops just for bass players.
  • Esperanza Spalding. She's the baddest upright player of her generation. Now, with Radio Music Society, Esperanza is embracing fretless electric sounds with mainstream appeal. By Chris Jisi
  • COMMUNITY. Lowdown, The Real World, Dig My Rig, Court of Opinion
  • NEW GEAR. The latest from Winter NAMM 2012
  • TECH BENCH. Looping tools; portable recorders
  • THE GROOVE YARD. The legendary Jack Bruce
  • JOEY VERA. Progressing with Armored Saint and Arch/Matheos
  • MEET YOUR MAKER. Bill Conklin's extended creations
  • RETRO-RAMA. A Kent bass straight out of the ’60s
  • JOSEPH KARNES. Echoes of Jamerson with Fitz & the Tantrums
  • BP RECOMMENDS. Stanley Clarke, Stephan Crump & more
  • ASHDOWN. LB-30 Drophead 15H combo amp
  • JOHN GOLDSBY. From supersonic to a crawl
  • HARMONIC AWARENESS. 2nd & 3rd inversions
  • BLUES YOU CAN USE. Push the envelope, or just lick it?
  • Transcription. THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND’S “MELISSA”. Cut down in his prime, BERRY OAKLEY works a tasty sub-hook on this Southern rock classic from 1972.

Text Format PDF, 92 pages.

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