A great interview of Jennifer Young appears in this month's Bass Musician magazine.
Jennifer Young is bass player extraordinaire for the Travis Larson Band – an award winning progressive rock trio that hails from the central coast of California. TLB is a group that always seems to be in motion, whether they are touring nationally in support of their six records and two full-length performance DVD’s or working in the studio often alongside such luminaries as Steve Lukather, Victor Wooten, Dave LaRue, and Vinx; they have also shared billings with Ted Nugent, UFO, Steve Morse, and Ronnie Montrose, to name a few.
> Check out the full interview here.
Check out what Jennifer has to say about her Markbass gear!
"In the studio, I ran direct for the first four records. For the latest record, Soundmind, I tracked with the Markbass Compressore. I prefer to track sans ambient effects so I can decide later what the mix requires."
"We perform live in a lot of different scenarios so I have several rig and effect setups. I use Markbass 410 cabs, but depending on the gig will use the Markbass F500 or MoMark heads. For clinics and one-offs, I will sometimes run direct to the PA. I use Digitech multi-effect processors, either the GNX4 or the BP355, which have amp and speaker simulators for the PA scenario. My whole rig varies considerably, depending on the tour, but the perfect rig? Four Markbass 410s, two MoMark heads, stereo. In the studio and live, I never play a note on anything but my MusicMan basses."
> Jennifer Young Artist Page
> Travis Larson Band website
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