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Bass Player May 2019

Bass Player is the world's most comprehensive, trusted and insightful bass publication for passionate bassists and active musicians of all ages. Each issue delivers the latest tips and techniques that are guaranteed to make you a better player.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Future Publishing Ltd
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bass player

Editor Joel McIver joel.mciver@futurenet.com Managing Editor Jacob Barlow Technical Consultant Stuart Clayton Senior Contributing Editor Chris Jisi Web and Contributing Editor Jon D’Auria Contributing Editors Jonathan Herrera, Jim Roberts, Rod C. Taylor Contributors to this issue Antonio Angotti, Silvia Bluejay, Mike Brooks, Stuart Clayton, Hywel Davies, Daniel Firth, Ruth Goller, Stuart Hamm, Joe Hubbard, Chris Jisi, Kevin Johnson, Steve Lawson, Phil Mann, Michael McKeegan, S. Marshall Perry, Simon Price, Joe Shooman, Dave Swift, Freddy Villano, Ray Walker Advertising Sales Guy Meredith Graphic Designers Rosie Webber, Mixie Von Bormann Cover image Tessa Angus for Fender Studio Photography Future Studio Advertising Sales US Chief Revenue Officer Luke Edson luke.edson@futurenet.com Advertising Director Jonathan Brudner jonathan.brudner@futurenet.com, (917) 281-4721 Advertising Director Mari Deetz mari.deetz@futurenet.com, (650) 238-0344 Advertising Director Jason Perl jason.perl@futurenet.com, (646) 723-5419 Advertising Director Scott Sciacca scott.sciacca@futurenet.com, (646) 723-5478 Chief Content Officer Aaron Asadi Brand Director, Music Stuart Williams Content Director, Music…

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editor

Welcome to this issue! Every issue of Bass Player magazine is packed with low-end goodness, but in this one we think we’ve outdone ourselves for sheer quantity—while not forgetting quality, of course... We kick off with an exclusive interview with Duff McKagan, who (as if you didn’t know already) is the bassist with Guns N’Roses, pretty much the biggest hard rock band ever formed. In his downtime from GNR, Duff has released a solo album and bagged a new signature Fender bass—so there’s plenty to talk about in this first-out-of-the-blocks interview. We also enjoy face time with a long line of talented bass players from all walks of low-end life. I wouldn’t normally list them, but why not? I’m proud that we pulled it off, so it’s (deep breath): Indo-jazz master…

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recommended albums

NEW ALBUM The Mute Gods, Atheists And Believers (2019) Nick Beggs is a (thankfully not mute) god in our world. Check out the effortlessly catchy, intelligent songwriting on his new album. OLD ALBUM Talk Talk, The Party’s Over (1982) TT singer Mark Hollis departed in February. Salute him by listening to this album, loaded with cerebral bass playing from Paul Webb. REALLY OLD ALBUM Elvis Presley, Loving You (1957) Bill Black’s propulsive upright bass playing never sounded more exciting than on Elvis’s first soundtrack album.…

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the lowdown

Q THE MUSIC Our friend Suzi Quatro, now in the music-business for more than 50 years, has released a new studio album, No Control, on SPV. “I’ve never stopped releasing music,” she says. “Back To The Drive in 2006, In The Spotlight in 2011—these albums were planned out in great detail. I’m proud of all three releases, but No Control is its own animal.” She’ll be touring through 2019; watch out for our forthcoming interview. www.suziquatro.com MR JONES Phil Jones Bass have announced the MICRO 7 amp, a single-channel 50-watt bass combo with a 7” driver and 3” tweeter. It measures less than a foot each side, and weighs 15.5 lbs (7 kg). The US street price is $279 but, as PJB tell us, it “uses the same quality parts that musicians have…

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low life

Check one, two... Check one, two! Welcome back, bassists—this month, I’ll be discussing some of the preparational aspects of live performance, and how to cultivate the best sonic environment for you to perform in. Soundcheck can be a varied experience for everyone, and it’s often easy to underestimate the time you have to spend on it. As a headlining act, you have the luxury of spending longer on tweaking your sounds, sorting your monitor mix and working through any issues with the front-of-house (FOH) engineer. As a support act, you get what you’re given time-wise, which can be anything from 30 minutes, to a basic line-check. With that in mind, it’s important that you make the most of your soundcheck, as bad sound on stage can really affect the way in…

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bass of tomorrow

Crusher. Constrictor. No, we’re not talking B-movie beasties here—these are the names of the fretted beauties that, along with the Tribute, and Ultra J models, make up the stunning Anaconda bass family. Founder, luthier, and bassist Andrew Taylor-Cummings ditched the nine-to-five back in 2013 to follow his dream of constructing the world’s most versatile basses. With over 30 years of bass-playing under his belt, it takes a player to know the game—and Andrew certainly knows what his customers want. “In order to be able to build the basses that bassists need, you have to have some kind of experience of actually playing the instrument,” he says. “I wouldn’t consider myself to be an amazing bass player by any means, but I have played bass long enough to know what a bassist…

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