|Michael Jewels ||01-25-2014 06:29 PM |
Very nice, and informative.
That's 8 minutes I'm glad I spent watching that.
|Reddog01 ||01-25-2014 06:40 PM |
That is a lot of fun to watch!
|BassDaddy77 ||01-25-2014 06:44 PM |
Awesome. Short and sweet, but a great look into the history of the low end!
|temmrich ||01-25-2014 06:50 PM |
The lack of edits is impressive.
|Kmrumedy ||01-25-2014 06:50 PM |
That was fun. Thanks.
|randyripoff ||01-25-2014 07:55 PM |
|Herrick ||01-26-2014 02:27 PM |
Replying so I can find this thread later & watch the video at home.
I just fell in love with the bass all over again...Thanks.
|SBassman ||01-26-2014 03:07 PM |
Tons of fun. Thank you for posting that.
|Herrick ||01-28-2014 09:21 AM |
That was well done.
|3234718 ||01-28-2014 09:29 AM |
To demonstrate the transition from upright to the invention of the electric bass in the 50's, they use a jazz bass, and the man who really made it big was the great Mark Montgomery.
Then they put the jazz bass away and demonstrate Jaco's fretless innovation with a Godin.
|JonDark ||01-28-2014 11:22 AM |
Very cool. Thanks for posting that. :bassist:
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