Cheap bass but sounds good. It has really good tone and a nice, easy to play neck. Used it at gigs and was pleased with the overall sound of the bass.
Review of the Fender Rumble 500 with 2 10" speakers. Great sounding amp and plenty of power for most live situations with the ability to get a wide variety of tone. This is the amp I use for gigs.
Review of the Hofner C Series Club Bass. It's an extremely fun bass to play. The hollow body makes it incredibly light and adds richness to the tone. The neck is crazy thin. When strung with flatwound strings, it's great for roots rock 'n' roll and blues.
Zoom R16- Great recorder. Lots of features and easy to use and navigate. I've received a lot of great comments on this step by step tutorial I did. I recorded Spinning Wheel with the R16. I also did 3 follow up videos to this one that can be found on my YouTube channel.
Review of the Epiphone Les Paul 100. Priced right and a good guitar for beginners and intermediate players. With a little tweaking you can get it to sound good on recordings. I used it on the song I Wanna Know How To Shine.
The Toby Deluxe by Tobias is a great looking and sounding bass that's comfortable to play, but it has questionable electronics that are a bit noisy.
Review of the Boss CEB-3 Bass Chorus
pedal. It's the best bass chorus out there in my opinion.
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Here's a bass instruction video I did called
Bass Guitar 101: Fundamental Knowledge. Every beginner bassist should check it out. I discuss the natural notes, the C Major scale, chords in the C Major scale, triads, and popular chord progressions.
This is the Rogue Fretless Bass Series lll.
It's a cheap bass that can be bought for between $110 and $200 depending on if there is a sale. Not a lot of output with the pickups, but with a little tweaking it can sound good.
Review of the Mackie Pro FX 12. Good board for small bands.
The Mackie Mix12FX is a low cost compact mixer with built-in effects. Good for solo, duo, and maybe a trio situation. Cons to the mixer would be lack of mute buttons and monitor sends.
The Mackie Thump 12A is a really good sounding speaker. I like it for it's crispness and clarity. I use it as my personal stage monitor at gigs.
The Line 6 Pocket Pod has great sounds and is extremely useful. Great to plug in with a pair of headphones and play for hours. I used this to record the songs I Wanna Know How To Shine and Spinning Wheel. You can check them out on my Home page.
The microKORG XL is a great tool to have. I've had one for years and have used it on many recordings. It has quality sounds that help to inspire songwriting ideas.