August 16, 2014

EWS Little Fuzzy Drive - Demo by Simon Gotthelf

This video is about Little Fuzzy Drive from EWS. The Little Fuzzy Drive is designed to provide sounds based on retro fuzz tones, but with modern controllability and stability resulting in a rich variety of tones.

August 13, 2014

Jaco Pastorius Film - Into the Life of a Genius

The Jaco Pastorius Documentary Film set to premiere on November 2014.

Bass players and music aficionados all over the world are getting more and more excited as the release of the documentary about jazz legend Jaco Pastorius nears.

Set to premiere on November this year (2014), the much anticipated film has steadily been garnering attention worldwide what with all the names it had been attracting since talk first started in 2012.

Allen Hinds plays Pat Metheny ( Bright size life)

Pat Metheny's Bright size life played by the amazing Allen Hinds in his own style. Could enjoy an entire cd like this Allen!

NAMM Bass Bash 2010 Katsuji Morioka (bass), Allen Hinds (guitar), Oscar Seaton (drums) 

August 8, 2014

Pasquale Grasso plays Trenier guitar

Pasquale Grasso picked up his new guitar this week, here is a short clip of the two of them getting to know one another.

August 3, 2014

Simble / Zendrive or Dumble shootout!

Ricardo Silveira's studio 66 sessions

Brazilian guitarist and studio ace Ricardo Silvera has a great series of programs on his youtube channel. Studio 66 sessions with different brazilian masters! Chack them out and be inspired!

August 2, 2014

No more Tribal Tech!

'Willis and I have decided not to continue with Tribal Tech. There are many reasons, but here are a few of mine. 

I find it difficult to work on music when band members live in other countries. It’s a lot of work sending files back and forth, and there’s an unbelievable amount of post-production needed after the basic tracks are done. The recording budgets are low enough with a trio - I can no longer justify spending that amount of time for the same budget with a quartet. 

It’s a similar situation with touring. I have a family to support and thankfully I’m making good money with my trio and HBC. Nothing against keyboard players, but I’m having a great time writing instrumental music for guitar and I want to put all my attention on that path because it’s more challenging as a guitarist and composer. I still hope to play with Deron Johnson in LA, and also with Steve Taviglione, two of my favorite musicians. 

Thanks to all the fans who supported Tribal Tech!'
Scott Henderson