"One night I was checking my social media pages before going to sleep and I found out this little boy playing bass…and I said….WOW!!!
That immediately brought me back to when I was a kid playing saxophone and dreaming about a new one…I still remember how happy I was we I finally had the possibility to buy it! It was with me all the time, even in bed!
For this reason, watching this pure enthusiasm and passion, I decided to sent to Gabriel one of my amps and cabs to give him the same excitement I lived when I got my new saxophone!
I think we must support music passion, especially when we see dedication and enthusiasm in young kids who will represent our next musical generation.
Playing an instrument, playing music, makes us better persons, it develops our sensibility and communication skills, so I really hope my little gift will make this boy a future big musician. I really hope to see his picture between my top endorsers ones…"
Here is Markbass top-artist Michael League performing the song Jan Jan by The Fabulous Counts using his Markbass Casa signature head! Michael League - Bass Roosevelt Collier - Lap Steel Ryan Scott - Guitar Louis Cato - Drums Video by Simon C.F. Yu | 2nd Camera by Nikki Birch
Here is Markbass top-artist Michael League performing the song Spike, written by Michael League and Roosevelt "The Dr." Collier. Michael is using his Markbass Casa signature head!
Markbass top-artist Jeff Berlin describes three techniques he incorporated into the all-new "Joe Frazier - Round 3": - String bending - A "percolating" staccato approach - Legato playing
On this video Michael League from Snarky Puppy plays a solo on his old Fender Precision using his Markbass Casa signature head.
A very cool "solo bass" version of Rag Doll (Aerosmith) by Markbass artist Alberto Bollati!
Markbass artist Dino Fiorenza plays "Seven" from his album "It's important" using his Bass Multiamp.
First single of the album "Our Soul Revealed", 2018, published by Markbass artist Mauricio Nader. Composed by Mauricio Nader Produced, arranged, recorded and mixed by Mauricio Nader and Cristobal Von Beck Photography and filmmaker: Synthya Marambio and Pablo Aliaga.
Markbass artist Tony Senatore and Steve Swallow playing a dual electric bass rendition of the jazz standard "I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You".