Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Mogami Cables – The Cable of the Pros

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Everyone who has ever played an instrument knows the drama of having a cable that is just not dependable; either the cable crackles, it has a wiring issue, or there is a terrible hum to it. When you are sick of dealing with crummy, low-quality cables, invest in Mogami cables from Bass Central.  

Professional musicians and studios rely on Mogami cables because they produce accurate sounds, do not produce background noise, and are simple to use. Bands like Imagine Dragons, The Used, and Crosby, Stills, and Nash are just some of the musicians who count on these cables when they are performing or recording music.

These cables are made in Nagano, Japan, under the supervision of the company founder. Each cable is made by dedicated craftsmen who always make sure that the cable meets the company’s rigid quality specifications. Our business offers both gold and platinum selections for your bass players. Many bassists who use these cables are amazed at how much detail and punch their instruments have when they use these cables. The platinum cables are designed to be the best sounding cables available, regardless of cost or other issues. Take a look at the selection of Mogami Cables we offer and place your order with us today!

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Famous Bass Players Turned Producers

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A good bass player is important to any band. Whether you are jamming to reggae music or rocking to some metal, the right bass player can turn a standard song into something special. This month, we’ll be sharing some great bass players turned producers. Not only can these guys lay down some great low end – they can also make a track sound amazing!

  • Trevor Horn – Originally the bass player and lead singer for the Buggles, Horn eventually became a member of Yes and the Art of Noise, as well as a producer for Grace Jones, Seal, Tina Turner, and Robbie Williams
  • Bernard Edwards – Edwards started work in the disco and funk group Chic before he started working with groups like Duran Duran, ABC, and the Missing Persons, as well as Jody Watley and Diana Ross.
  • Don Was – After packing the dance floor with his band Was (Not Was), Don Was began working as a producer for Brian Wilson, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, and Iggy Pop.

That’s just a small sampling of some of the great bass players who became talented producers. Whether you are starting your production career or just trying to join a hot new band, we feature great electric bass guitars at Bass Central!