What is the best way to develop your groove? Some would say practice to a metronome and they would be correct, but practicing with a metronome can get a bit monotonous. I believe if you're going to spend hours doing an activity, it should at least be fun! Enjoy the video. https://youtu.be/cwaf2pP3piw Don would love…Read more How to groove!
What a time to be a musician! I used to dream of being able to sound like my heroes. Having an amazing bass seemed like a dream, and for me that dream has become a reality. In this video I will explain how to consistently achieve amazing tones on your bass guitar every time you…Read more How to record amazing bass tone!
Being an entrepreneur and a musician is a very fun and rewarding experience, but it also comes with the challenges of motivation. Setting your own agenda, without someone over you like a coach, requires you to develop self-motivation. It's not everyday you will feel the vibes, but you have to do it anyway until the…Read more Let your best self emerge!
I have been touring solo (One Man Band) since 2013, all around the world, from Alaska to Canada, the Caribbean to Mexico, the USA to Europe, and more. Touring solo has been a fantastic experience and also a great learning opportunity. Being able to engage your audience when you are all by yourself is quite…Read more Finally a drummer that fits in your back pocket!
I have been using Phil Jones Bass products for about two years and I must say it's been a pleasant experience. I was able to have a quick word with the man himself to find out what's new and exciting this year. If you thought that BP400 was amazing, they decided to double the power…Read more Phil Jones Bass @ SNAMM Show ’18
It's 1AM and I was just about to go to bed. Suddenly it hit me...🤔😳💡Could the Ashdown Engineering Tone Pocket be used as a mixer? I tour about 250 days each year and find myself in airports and hotel rooms more often than I can count. Having a device that's really small that fits in…Read more The Tone Pocket Experiment!
I have been playing the Hapi Drum for only a month, and I can't seem to put it down. It's like playing a video game, but a lot more fun! The Hapi Drum is a steel tongue drum made in the USA by Graham Doe. It's as if an African thumb piano (Mbira) and a…Read more Hapi Drum… Makes HAPI days!