The Dream Theater bassist shares advice, gear tips and explains the joy of six
The effects-keen bassist brings a huge tone – and attitude – to modern rock music. We find out (partly) how it’s done
The Camel bassist is hoping to bring a little light to the world with his meditative new album, Still
Despite a mutant virus, presidential upheaval and the end of all our gigs, we’ve had plenty of new bass guitars, amps and effects to enjoy
King has played Hamilton, Mamma Mia!... You name it, he's played it, and this is the story of his journey to the stage
The bassist for the returning Chicago alt-rock heroes on piece-of-crap basses, love of the groove and Chi Cheng's influence
The Austrian luthiers have a novel, customer-driven approach to bass-building – reflected in this Sting tribute model
Calling all bassists... It’s time to enter the biggest bass talent search of the year – deadline now extended to November 15!
Celebrating the back catalog of the former Public Image Ltd. bassist – all the hits, the misses and the maybes
Chic's low-end master of funk on gear, influences, touring with Cher and keeping Bernard Edwards' basslines alive
The Slyboots four-stringer recalls her formative years playing bass, and how the NYC bass community moulded her into the player she is today
Get your hands on incredible prizes from Fender, Bite, Gallien-Krueger, Ashdown, Orange, Ernie Ball and many more
The architect of Trivium's low-end on his studio setup, and why MIDI drums were key to their monstrous new album, What The Dead Men Say
Idaho-resident bassist Mark Rowe owns what is thought to be the world’s largest collection of 12-string basses. We meet him for a chat about the thang behind the twang...
The Dimmu Borgir bassist on satanic pickups, signature gear, and the cross-cultural exchange between Norwegian black metal and Swedish death metal
The doom-metal bassist talks playing exclusively with a pick and the creation of the band's latest album, The Ghost of Orion