William was really one of the first prominent players to bring Sadowsky out, and make them known as a hi-end brand. He also played Carvin basses for a minute, also.
And, when it comes to playing different styles, the guy is a chameleon. As far as being a versatile player, he was my main influence when I first started gigging in the early 80's.
Originally Posted by ma4rk
I've seen him use a Beatle bass on Letterman heaps of times.
Have you seen, or heard his Beatles tribute band? They're close to better than The Beatles themselves. And, that's a big statement. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lknCpGbsJc