Joe Dart is one of the most interesting bassist on the modern scene, thanks to his tasteful chops, funky grooves, rapid finger work, and unbelievable pocket!
"I used to ask the backline company to provide a bass amp by any one of a handful of amp companies, and so it ended up being a variety throughout the tour. And then I started noticing that every time they provided a Markbass rig, I walked off stage feeling like I had played a truly great show. Somehow the clarity, punch, and warmth of Markbass amps was making me play better." —says Joe— "Now I only play through Markbass rigs, and I've never heard another amp that sounds more like ME when I play through it. It's hard to put into words, really, but these amps sound like my hands, my bass, my playing. Not overly colored or effected - just a deep, punchy, warm and clear projection of what it is that I'm putting out there. It feels absolutely amazing. My deepest gratitude to the Markbass team."
WELCOME JOE! Here at Markbass we’re all very happy and proud to have you in our family!
As part of percussionist Martin Verdonk’s Master Sessions Youtube Channel here the episode about a new exciting project with Markbass Artist Lorenzo Feliciati: Skunk Funk International-a tribute to the music of Brecker Brothers.
Markbass artist Alana Alberg plays Sir Duke (bass cover) by Stevie Wonder.
Jeff sat down and improvised this gorgeous version of "Ave Maria."
Markbass artist SONG YANG demoing the CMD 102P combo. Thanks to our distributor Parsons Music.
Markbass artist Marco Micheli plays his Markacoustic AC 101H combo.
Here is Markbass top-artist Michael League performing the song Jan Jan by The Fabulous Counts using his Markbass Casa signature head! Michael League - Bass Roosevelt Collier - Lap Steel Ryan Scott - Guitar Louis Cato - Drums Video by Simon C.F. Yu | 2nd Camera by Nikki Birch
Here is Markbass top-artist Michael League performing the song Spike, written by Michael League and Roosevelt "The Dr." Collier. Michael is using his Markbass Casa signature head!
Markbass top-artist Jeff Berlin describes three techniques he incorporated into the all-new "Joe Frazier - Round 3": - String bending - A "percolating" staccato approach - Legato playing