Affordable bass that 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.
Zoom R16- Great recorder!! It has lots of features and it's easy to use and navigate.​ I've received a lot of great comments on this step by step tutorial I did. I also did 4 follow up videos to this one that can be found on my YouTube channel.  Spinning Wheel, My Wonderful Pain, and Yours, Mine, And Ours was recorded with this. Click the original music videos tab above to check them out.
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. 
Review of the Boss CEB-3 Bass Chorus 
pedal. It's the best bass chorus out there in my opinion.
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, all elements of music theory.
This is the Rogue Fretless Bass Series lll.
It's a low cost 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.
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 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.​
The Zoom MRT-3 is a great drum machine. I've used it for years, both on my original recordings and for live performances. They are hard to find now, but look for them on ebay or at your local music store.
The Fender Rumble 500 is a working bassist's best friend. Light weight, durable, great tone, and plenty of volume for any gig.
The Casiotone CT-300 is a low cost keyboard with and easy to navigate layout.
Comparing multitrack recorders to
professional studios both with analog and d​igital formats.
$22? For real? How did I not buy one of 
these in the past 30 years?  Great little amp powered by a 9 volt battery so you can practice anywhere. You can also use a 9 volt adapter if you'd like.​
The Fender Mustang LT25 is a good sounding little amp that would be great for practicing solo or rehearsing with your band. It has 30 presets and learning the functions and navigation of the amp is easy.