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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by bostich36, Jan 25, 2014.
This is a cool video, there're a few factual errors though.
Very nice, and informative.
That's 8 minutes I'm glad I spent watching that.
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That is a lot of fun to watch!
Awesome. Short and sweet, but a great look into the history of the low end!
The lack of edits is impressive.
That was fun. Thanks.
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.
Tons of fun. Thank you for posting that.
That was well done.
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.
Very cool. Thanks for posting that.
very cool. I really enjoyed that!
CDZA's other vids are worth checking out too. Talented group! I found out about them searching for vids on the new NS Radius bass and this vid came up..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Gks6-m99Ec&list=PLFiAuQCUuRyqFapqzZ5q3AQMYVNdX1-SL Aces of Bass!
CDZA is awesome - I subscribed to their youtube channel a few weeks ago. Great stuff.
Awesome! Just when I thought I had seen every bass video. Thanks!
That would be Monk Montgomery (and no I'm not being sarcastic). But later in his career he did switch to primarily playing the Jazz bass.
I'm sure the guy played basses he actually owns rather than buying some just to make a youtube video with. It never says "this is the exact gear that this song was recorded on," just shows "electric bass" and "fretless," which the jazz and the Godin certainly are.
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