Warwick bass dating
It’s good for all bass players.” “Everyone wants to be daring, creative, and original. But unless we return over and over again to the basics, we will have no chance to truly soar. Without it, we can never issue forth true power.” —Alphonso Johnson This investment is perhaps most obvious in the sheer density of iconic talent assembled to teach the campers.When John Patitucci, Victor and Regi Wooten, Leland Sklar, Steve Bailey, and Stuart Hamm (among many other bright lights) can hang for the week, you know the organizers are deeply invested in the event.
Tummy rumbling for breakfast, I arise to shower and head out, errantly glancing at my watch as I peel back the covers. But the truth is, nothing else matters comparatively.” Patitucci marked Wayne Shorter cohort Danilo Pérez as a major influence on his own rhythmic development.
The Grammy-winning Panamanian pianist is a master of the syncopated, complex rhythms of Latin America.
Said Patitucci, “Before I started to hang with Danilo, I could play Afro-Cuban pretty good, but in my heart, I knew it wasn’t totally happening.
He turned me on to really digging into clave and understanding how it works in an ensemble.” “A player needs to have a great feel,” he continued.
The Thumb electric bass has been the flagship of the Warwick line for years.