ROCK & POP

Low End Legend | Paul McCartney

If you go to a Paul McCartney concert today, he plays a wide range of instruments – and shines on most. But there is one that he helped develop during the 1960’s. You know which one…

Low End Legend | Geddy Lee

Geddy Lee’s black 1972 Fender Jazz is iconic, his aggressive right-hand technique an example to follow and his crunchy tone has become a sonic footprint in the history of rock…

Les Claypool | Post-Primus Hoedown

If you remember Primus , you know the Claypool madness. Well, some things never change! The setting is different, but the madness remains intact. And we appreciate that very much!

Billy Sheehan | Winery Dogs Mashup

Billy Sheehan and Richie Kotzen of Winery Dogs share the story of how they accidentally mashed up two of their songs during a concert – and they demo what that sounded like. Not that bad, actually!

Michael League | Hallelujah!

Hallelujah! That pretty much sums up this performance. Michael League never ceases to amaze, and this duo performance with singer, Hildegunn Gjedrem is no exception…

Low End Legend | Willie Weeks

With the unfortunate losses of Jamerson, Babbitt and ‘Duck’ Dunn, Willie Weeks is one of the finest, original soul and groove masters of the low end that is still active in the low end world…

ayumu | Clean and Dirty Shredding

ayumu has uploaded a series of impressive bass-shredding videos. Many of them are residing in the Prog Rock sphere, but there is also a pretty fresh take on a Kendrick Lamar hip hop cover…

Will Lee | Steve Gadd Session

Will Lee is one of our favorite players. And on the drum side of things, Steve Gadd is no doubt most bass players dream companion in the groove department…