This is the isolated bass version of my 2009 cover video. Chris played the original on his Gibson Thunderbird. At the time I hadn’t one (I got one but on reverse body) so I used 1972 my Fender Jazz.
When I started to listen Yes from the 70’s, my friend lent me Tormato – he thought that it would be a nice mid term to start with… That was when I started to appreciate some Yessongs. I recorded the vinyl LP to a cassete… all of it? No… I didn’t care too much forContinue reading “Release, Release – BASS AUDIO”
This is probably the most asked question, so I will try to resume my setup. Bass: Usually it’s my Rickenbacker 4001 CS. It’s a Chris Squire signature limited edition of 1000 and mine is #605. It was manufactured on the 30th January 1996. Other basses are: early 70’s Fiesta Red Fender Jazz Bass late 90’sContinue reading “FAQ #2 – How do I get my bass sound”
I’ve been very busy for the past weeks working on my Music, also working with a few other live projects. On the top of that my regular job also requested more time, so I haven’t had the chance to upload something new. In exchange, I am uploading something old :). This is from 2002 (ifContinue reading “Tempus Fugit – BASS AUDIO with TRANSCRIPTION”
While I have been part of several local bands throughout the years, only this one – Caffeine – has released a video clip that actually aired on some tv stations. To put it simple, Caffeine was a rock act that had it’s major activity around the turn of the millenium and saw an EP andContinue reading “Caffeine – Slippery Ride”
Music has magic – That stuff of syncopation. Music is a shout of foregone conclusions. Treat it good. Treat it rightly. And if you get it flowing. The harmony is glowing. Music – Good to you.
One of my all-time favourite bass lines and songs of Yes – Parallels, written by Chris Squire, from the album Going For The One. SETUP: Early 70’s Fender Jazz Bass, a brand new set of Blue Steels, Sansamp Bass Driver DI, GR3 “bass pro” ampeg SVT emulator. The sansamp settings make a huge difference butContinue reading “Parallels”