Bass Player September – October 1991 PDF

Bass Player September - October 1991

Apr 12, 2023

Bass Player September – October 1991 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 September – October 1991 contents:

  • Jason Newsted. On previous Metallica albums, the bass was smothered by a wall of guitars. Not anymore – Jason Newsted is taking a new approach. Hear what he has to say about Mctallica’s new album and the role of bass in any music. Plus: A study of Jason’s hella-heavy picking technique, and a look back at his predecessor, the late Cliff Burton. By Kart Coryat
  • The 1991 Bassist Of The Year. Who did you choose as this year’s most inspirational bass player?
  • Hartke Factory Tour. Larry Hartke’s aluminum-cone speakers have become an industry standard. Join us for a step-by-step account of assembly operational Hartke’s New Jersey plant – and “listen in” as top bassists Jeff Andrews and Harvie Swartz jam on the new Hartke combo amps. By Chris Jisi
  • Symphony Bass. The Principal Bassists of four leading symphony orchestras recall their trips to the top – and offer solid advice to young bassists who aspire to a classical career. By Richard Johnston
  • Guild/Randall Giveaway. Win a Guild Pilot 5-String bass and a 500-watt Randall bi-amp system – total value almost $4000!
  • Stu Hamm on tour, Allen Woody’s 18-string Modulus monster, and more!
  • Mike Mills – REM’s multi-talented bassist
  • Kim Clarke – Putting the funk in Defunkt
  • Nathan Berg – 19-year-old jazz prodigy from Kansas
  • Carvin LB70 BASS
  • Korg A5 Bass Multi-effects
  • Godin/LR Baggs fretless bass
  • Dave LaRue – Starting Out
  • Rich Appleman – Theory
  • Chuck Rainey – Improvisation
  • Will Lee – Pocket Central
  • Steve Rodby – Modern Acoustic
  • Rick Turner – Bass Tech
  • John Patitucci – The Working Bassist
  • Sitting In – Marc Johnson

Text Format PDF, 82 pages.

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