From his improvisational collaboration with Mick Cox to Thunder’s latest, All the Right Noises, Childs talks through some of the most memorable moments in his discography
The Player Plus Meteora HH and Meteora Bass both sport a pair of Fireball humbuckers with nifty switching options, and come in a quartet of dashing finishes
Like the sound of a handmade Flying V bass? Add a hollow body and a fiendish pricetag and let’s go...
Van Halen's longest-tenured bassist took center stage for a spirited version of the David Lee Roth-era VH classic during the Circle's recent performance in Plant City, Florida
The EHX founder says the company won’t be shipping in any more Russian tubes for the foreseeable future as the country’s export sanctions bite
The Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist dropped in for a guest spot with the Bad Seeds icons at their recent LA show
The Burnt Sugar Arkestra the Chamber bassist continues the grand funk tradition of his fellow Ohio players, without fingers or pick
The Fender budget brand’s latest high-spec, low-price guitars and basses feature roasted maple necks, sculpted neck heels and modern-voiced active pickups
It's one of the most visually stunning acoustic basses we've seen – but does its performance match up?
Two new finishes, Platinum Pearl and Metallic Black, have also been introduced for the company's Pro-Mod San Dimas PJ IV four-string model
The sprawling collection is comprised of a number of Stratocasters and Telecasters, a Jaguar, a Katana, and two Precision basses
“I really started to need something stable – it was clear there was no opportunity for growth for me,” Vega says
New unit features four isolated outputs that aim to emulate the “sound of a fuzz box on its last legs” via ‘sag’ volume trim pot controls
Like its bigger-boxed forebears, the versatile stompbox packs multiple tremolo shapes across triangle and square wave modes – now with added volume control
Why do they call it the Trapper? Who can say, but it has two distortion circuits to give options to those who need some low-end growl and thunder
One-of-a-kind instruments – including the Ghost Town Tele, Moto Jazzmaster and Peacock P Bass – promise to "push the boundaries of innovation and creativity"
We speak to the man behind one of the most memorable bass parts of the '80s, and hear about his remarkable career as a “bass manipulator” with the likes of Bryan Adams and Natalie Imbruglia