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Scottish bass player living and working in Melbourne Australia. I teach and play professionally and love all things bass. This ...


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November 16, 2017 02:00 PM PST

Like myself, Drew Dedman is a self professed bass nerd and we get deep into a lot of topics in this interview like Drew's roots in speed and prog metal, his gigging philosophy, practice tips, his time with Melbourne Nu Metal kings Superheist, the current music industry climate and of course: bass gear!
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9pOCKhm9c8VhQbGFiBM5Ag
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drewdedmanbassplayer/
Drew Dedman the Electric Bassplayer
Debut solo record "Made in Melbourne" out mid to late 2017
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/drewdedmanbass/

October 25, 2017 12:19 AM PDT

Bass player, educator and luthier Neil Kennedy stopped by with a few examples from his stunning new line of basses soon to be released in conjunction with legendary Australian guitar company - Cole Clark. We discuss a range of bass building topics ranging from fingerboard radius, wood choice (including indigenous Australian woods), neck construction, bridge material etc etc; and we also hear about his bass journey and thoughts on technique and the science of bass building.
Follow his work on FB: https://www.facebook.com/KennedyBasses/
BLM http://www.facebook.com/bassguitarlessonsmelbourne
Insta: @basslessonsmelbourne

October 10, 2017 09:35 PM PDT

Chicago native Michael Manson has filled the bass chair for some of the top names in jazz and gospel music such as George Duke, Larry Carlton and Kirk Whalum. I caught up with him while he was in town with Jeff Lorber Fusion and we chatted about what it takes to be prepared for a high profile gig like that as well as the importance of developing your own voice on the instrument, his classical upbringing and his solo career. Manson not only has blazing chops but his sense of melody and pocket are second to none and it was blast getting to jam and talk with him!
http://www.basslessonsmelbourne.com
http://mikemanson.com/
http://www.facebook.com/bassguitarlessonsmelbourne

September 25, 2017 02:00 PM PDT

I was excited to have Claire on the podcast as not only is she a fantastic bass player, composer, band leader and educator, but she has a passion and drive for music and self improvement that is really inspiring. In this episode we hear about how Claire ended up falling in love with the bass, her penchant for classic artists like Steely Dan and Duran Duran, touring America with the outrageously talented 'Kneebody' and why enthusiasm has been so important to her musical development.
Remember to subscribe to the YouTube channel for the video version of these interviews!

August 25, 2017 05:59 PM PDT

If you've ever trawled YouTube for bass gear demos (and let's face it, who hasn't), chances are you've come across Gregor Fris's 'Bass The World' YouTube Channel which will have exposed to the immense bass playing of René Flächsenhaar. After watching a few videos of René playing numerous exotic basses, I was struck by the depth and variety of grooves he could demonstrate with seemingly effortless ease. I reached out to René during my recent trip to Europe and we caught up at local music school/studio/store Noisy Rooms in René's current home of Berlin, Germany. During our chat we discuss René's bass journey, his influnces, what it takes to be a working musician, gear and what it's like to be a YouTube star winking

Be sure to check out his YouTube Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd0tUZ-T7QSGdq0jdiKby_A
As well as Bass The World:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXvoRZ4JQezyPxWtUZ9QmWg
Noisy Rooms:
https://noisy-musicworld.com/rooms/en/
Bass Lessons Melbourne:
http://www.basslessonsmelbourne.com
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http://www.facebook.com/bassguitarlessonsmelbourne

August 11, 2017 12:05 PM PDT

David Searle is a Melbourne based luthier who hand-crafts incredible instruments with a wide variety of tone woods and design aspects.
In this interview we talk about what to look for in your first bass, tone woods, scale length, designing your own custom bass, active vs passive and a whole lot more!
Be sure to visit the Melbourne School of Guitar Making website to find out more!
http://melbourneschoolofguitarmaking.com.au/about-us/

July 27, 2017 01:00 PM PDT

Jon Wilson is one of Adelaide's finest bass players and music educators. With a packed gigging schedule and healthy work ethic, Jon sets a strong example for any bass player to follow. In this interview we learn about his beginnings as a player, his thoughts on breaking into a scene, the importance of musical diversity, teaching and also some great technique tips.

July 13, 2017 01:00 PM PDT

Dave is one of those players that really can do it all, from blazing fusion chops to tasty, reserved singer/songwriter supporting lines and everything in between. As enthusiastic about bass playing and music as he's ever been, it was a blast to hang with Dave and get to learn more about his bass journey and his take on being a sideman in today's current music climate.
Dave Anderson is a bass player with over thirty years' experience performing and recording in a wide range of genres. His credits span a range of world class artists in jazz, R&B, pop, folk rock, fusion, world music, and more. His recent work includes associations with Bill Evan's Soulgrass, Blood Sweat & Tears, Art Garfunkel, Bob Baldwin, Smokey Robinson, Special EFX, Kate Taylor, and others. His numerous past credits include Regina Carter, Joe Beck, Marion Meadows, Warren Hill, and many others.
http://www.daveandersonbass.net
http://www.basslessonsmelbourne.com

June 29, 2017 07:26 PM PDT

Born out the 90's acid jazz scene in London, Neil shared the stage with the likes of Jamiroquai as part of the pioneering group 'Mother Earth. A fellow F Bass player, Neil has a great ear for tone as well as being a superb groove player with some insane chops up his sleeve. In this video we discuss his 'bass journey', including his early basses and influences, as well as his writing process and what he believes are good qualities for any bass player.
Thanks Neil!
Website: http://www.basslessonsmelbourne.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bassguitarlessonsmelbourne
Twitter: @melbournebass
Instagram: basslessonsmelbourne

June 15, 2017 09:59 PM PDT

Jonathan Maron is probably best known as one of the founding members of NYC outfit Groove Collective, as well as his iconic playing on the Maxwell cut 'Ascension'. However, after spending some time with him jamming and talking it quickly became apparent that there is so much more to Jonathans playing and approach to music than meets the eye/ear. In this interview we discuss a myriad of topics including his early influences, tone, Meshell Ndegeocello, his gorgeous sounding Yamaha bass, playing with Mark Guiliana and so much more.
Be sure to check out his website:
www.jonathanmaron.com
http://www.basslessonsmelbourne.com
http://www.facebook.com/bassguitarlessonsmelbourne
http://www.pickpocketfunk.com

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