Author: iBass

Francis ‘Rocco’ Prestia | Tower of Power

Tower of Power took soul music to unprecedented levels with their ‘70s super hits. We meet legendary bass man Rocco Prestia. Tower of Power are a phenomenal band, you better believe it. With a staggering career spanning close to five decades, they have created some of the most influential, horn-fuelled R&B hits in music history – milestone albums such as Bump City from 1972, with songs like You Got To Funkifize and Down to the Nightclub: the 1973 album Tower of Power, with monster hits like What is Hip? and the ballad So Very Hard to Go. Squib Cakes and...

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Smooth Hound Innovations Wireless Guitar System

Bored of Your Cable? We Audition a Sleek Digital Wireless System From Smooth Hound Innovations Design This wireless system has been designed to offer quality tone with a consistent and interference-free signal. It transmits its signal within the 2.4 GHz frequency band (along with WiFi and Bluetooth), so is immune to outside interference from power sources like mobile phone towers, along with other analogue wireless systems that might be operating simultaneously. On the surface of the receiver sits a Control Mode button as well as LEDs indicating whether the unit is powered, the amount of interference being seen by...

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Victor Wooten

Victor Wooten’s unique approach to the bass guitar caused shock waves when he first emerged circa 1988. This is what he has to say about being a bigger, better bassist. An iconic figure in the bass world, Victor Wooten’s reputation is founded on three decades of exceptional work across a multitude of genres. You may not recognise him from his days playing solo at the Slice of Life restaurant in Nashville. It’s more likely you know him from his time toting a Fodera Monarch for Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. Either way, you know who he his. Victor is...

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Matt McJunkins: So You Want A Career In Music?

Matt McJunkins has emerged as one of the most sought-after bassists in American rock music today. A steady stream of touring has kept him increasingly busy over the past few years, with ASHES dIVIDE, 30 Seconds to Mars, Puscifer, A Perfect Circle and Eagles of Death Metal occupying much of his time onstage. Matt has also put the finishing touches to the debut release by The Beta Machine, an electronic-led rock project directed by Matt and drummer Jeff Friedl. So You Want A Career In Music? Congratulations! You’re about to embark on a very interesting journey that will (hopefully) take...

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