Bass playing legends congratulate BP on 400 issues
Deep Purple are the last hard rockers of their era still touring, and they’ve got some miles in 'em yet, says the man in charge of the band's low-end
We visited Fender’s Custom Shop in Corona, California for a peek behind the curtain and some pearls of wisdom
Felix Pastorius on the importance of an artist's individuality, managing fans' expectations and befriending your bass
The actor and musician Lynda Kay on a friendship less ordinary and a special duet with the late Motörhead frontman
The great Lee Sklar, veteran of countless sessions, returns with the Immediate Family. “I’m your gardener!” he tells us...
As Level 42 celebrate four decades in business, we sit down with King and take a look back - with the benefit of 2020 vision
Ida Nielsen talks cheap gear, the Purple One, and explains why her phenomenal new album, 02022020, is slap-free
The in-demand bass player goes deep on nailing the Stones' tones, playing with Miles Davis and the luxuries of touring with one of the world's most commercially successful bands
The Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera and Alicia Keys bassist on Mulgrew Miller's influence, tracking live, and how he became a 12-hour-a-day bass fanatic
The Jeff Beck and Whitney Houston session great on reading music, learning by ear, and why there are few better-sounding basses than the Yamaha BBN5 II
Sleep and OM bassist Al Cisneros is one a very short list of bassists with a signature Rickenbacker, and it is smokin' hot!
Guest editor and lord of the low-end, Sheehan talks complex arrangements, gear essentials and low-carb diets
The Minuteman punk icon talks signature models, trying to be funky, and starting out on bass not knowing what it was
The iconic Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist discusses philosophy, gear and his new autobiography, Acid For The Children
Ever been so deep into your music that you’ve lost your grip on reality? Meet Issues bassist Skyler Acord, newly equipped with a state-of-the-art signature Spector bass – and stand clear
"Whether the crowd is 200 or 200,000 people, there’s no difference - I still give 110 per cent wherever I'm playing"
Reginald Arvizu fields your questions, shares his low-end theories, and explains why the Ibanez K-5 became his number one bass
In this classic interview from 2003, the late, great Motörhead frontman shares his thoughts on five-strings, Jaco Pastorius and soloing - and he doesn't hold back...