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SBL Podcast – The Best Bits So Far!

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About This Episode

In today’s podcast we’re celebrating our 50th episode!

To mark the 50th episode of the SBL podcast we’re taking a look back at some of the best moments from our journey so far. Our subjects have ranged from young upstarts to technical wizards such as Hadrien Feraud; session stalwarts like Rickey Minor and virtuosos like Victor Wooten, delving into their influences, the gear they use, how they recorded some of their most famous basslines and much more. Special thanks to everyone who’s made it possible!

In this episode you're going to learn:

  • About Victor Wooten’s collaboration with Stanley Clarke and Marcus Miller.
  • Why Andrew Gouche plays a 6-string bass.
  • How Hadrien Feraud developed his ferocious technique.
  • What it was like for Nik West when Prince called.
  • And much, much more…

What To Do Next

As you can probably tell... I'm so excited to release this to you! Give it a listen and then, and if you’re up for it, leave the show a review in iTunes…

… It costs nothing, and it’d mean the world to me because it helps other bass players who are interested in listening and learning from some of the best players in the world to find the show and start making progress.

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Thanks so much for listening. I’m committed to serving you guys… and as always, see you in the shed!

Scott :)

  • Simon Ford

    Wow – 50.
    I imagine I am not the only one to have watched them all.
    We had the UK ones followed by a manic fortnight in the States, and then onwards.
    It would be interesting to comment on how Scott’s interviewing style has developed, but, frankly, Scott had it nailed from the start and simply honed his technique as the series progressed.
    Through Scott’s personality, he engages with his subject, has obviously researched their background, and manages to find a commonality of interest, and gives them room to tell their own story.

  • Trevor

    Loved Nik West’s Prince story!