The fourth episode of the Bass Freq’s Podcast features UK bassist, producer, and engineer Adam “Nolly” Getgood. Nolly spent several years in the band Periphery, showcasing both his bass and recording chops, and he now spends most of his time working in the studio. He’s done production work for Animals as Leaders, Rise to Remain, and Bleed from Within among many other bands. 

Speaking with host Josh Paul, Nolly goes deep on a range of topics, from obsessing over the perfect bass tone and honing his picking technique to gear choices, music production, and working with Periphery. 

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As the shapes and sizes of guitar pedals have moved toward a more standardized form to accommodate players who use numerous pedals on carefully configured pedalboards, the volume and wah pedals occupy an awkward position. Literally. They come from a time before guitar pedals were even a thing—that rocker pedal design was originally for organ players, after all.

Until now, modern players who use volume and wah pedals had to account for a footprint that was increasingly out of step—*ahem*—with the rest of their setup. Thankfully, this dreadful dilemma is a thing of the past. Dunlop’s volume pedals and Cry Baby Wah pedals now come in three different sizes, so you can choose the one that’s right for your own situation. 

If you dig the original form of the rocker pedal with its familiar feel and footlong size, that’s lovely. But we now offer two additional sizes—the junior and the mini. Whether you’re playing the big stages, roughing it on the road from club to club, or woodshedding in front of a computer, we have what you need. 

So which is the one for you?

For the third episode of the Bass Freq’s Podcast, host Josh Paul sits down with Victor Wooten (Bela Fleck and the Flecktones; SMV), a multiple Grammy Award winner and a true innovator of the electric bass.

Victor isn’t just a master of technique—he’s a technical pioneer who explores every which way to make the electric bass express what he hears in his head. But underneath that technical mastery, he relies on a solid foundation of rhythm, feel, and knowing when—and when not—to play. When he’s not composing and playing music, Victor spends much of his time educating players at camp and clinic events as well as with the written word.

This episode features Josh and Victor discussing the latter’s early start at the tender age of 2 as well as his technique, gear, and some of the life lessons he’s picked up while holding it down. 

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The second episode of the Bass Freq’s Podcast is live. Host Josh Paul sits down with Bryan Beller, a bass player, composer, and clinician whose work ethic, technical prowess, and tasteful ear have made him a first-call guy for numerous guitar heroes. 

Bryan’s resume is chock full of some of the most technically sophisticated acts working today, including the Aristocrats (Guthrie Govan, Marco Minneman), Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, G3 (John Petrucci, Phil Collen), Dethklok, Mike Keneally of Zappa projects fame, and many others.

And that’s just a part of what he does as a pro musician. Alongside his work as a performer, Bryan has also gained renown and respect among the bass community for his work as a masterclass clinician and his writing as a contributing editor contributor for Bass Player Magazine.

This episode of the Bass Freq’s Podcast takes you into Bryan’s world, where you can learn how he started his multi-faceted musical journey, what he thinks about gear, and much more.

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