We visited Fender’s Custom Shop in Corona, California for a peek behind the curtain and some pearls of wisdom
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
Felix Pastorius on the importance of an artist's individuality, managing fans' expectations and befriending your bass
Give yourself the gift of thunder with the best bass guitar amps money can buy – featuring Trace Elliot, Hartke, Ampeg and more
The actor and musician Lynda Kay on a friendship less ordinary and a special duet with the late Motörhead frontman
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 great Lee Sklar, veteran of countless sessions, returns with the Immediate Family. “I’m your gardener!” he tells us...
The Dimmu Borgir bassist on satanic pickups, signature gear, and the cross-cultural exchange between Norwegian black metal and Swedish death metal
The Kyuss, Obsessed, and Fireball Ministry bassist, soundtrack composer, studio owner and icon on a career less ordinary
As Level 42 celebrate four decades in business, we sit down with King and take a look back - with the benefit of 2020 vision
The former Morbid Angel frontman has spent his career among the low frequencies. Here he explains how it all came to pass...
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 icon of the low-end talks songwriting, collecting vintage basses and giving others to good causes
The doom-metal bassist talks playing exclusively with a pick and the creation of the band's latest album, The Ghost of Orion
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