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In Conversation with Henrik Linder – Dirty Loops

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About This Episode

In today’s podcast we meet Henrik Linder, bassist with YouTube sensation Dirty Loops.

First thing’s first; Dirty Loops aren’t dirty and they don’t use loops! But if you’ve seen anything of the Swedish trio’s YouTube channel then you will know all about the funky, head-bobbing swagger of bassist Henrik Linder. He slaps and plucks with the utmost precision, making faces of both concentration and sheer joy in doing so. To execute technical lines of that calibre, Henrik confidently trusts his 6-string signature model to steady the growl - a bass designed by Swedish luthier Anders Mattison.

In this episode you're going to learn:

  • How Henrik first got started with Dirty Loops.
  • All about his killer technique.
  • How YouTube has impacted the band’s career.
  • How they adapted to playing live.
  • All about his signature 6-string bass.
  • And much more…

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  • Daniel Girouard

    At the moment Dirty Loops is the first music I listen to in the morning mostly everyday. They are absolutely awsome. Thanks for that guys.