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  1. New transcription, analysis and video over at Jamerson Analysed! Reflections by Diana Ross and The Supremes - http://www.jamersonanalysed.co.uk/2018/07/reflections-diana-ross-and-supremes-1968.html

  2. Hi all, Just to let you know I have a new post - this time I take a look at 'Reflections' by Diana Ross and The Supremes. Full transcription and video on the Jamerson Analysed site! - http://www.jamersonanalysed.co.uk/2018/07/reflections-diana-ross-and-supremes-1968.html Cheers, Chris.
  3. Hi all, Just to let you know I have a new post - this time I take a look at 'Reflections' by Diana Ross and The Supremes. Full transcription and video on the Jamerson Analysed site! - http://www.jamersonanalysed.co.uk/2018/07/reflections-diana-ross-and-supremes-1968.html Cheers, Chris.
  4. chrisaxe

    TC Electronic BC210 Cab

    Now sold.
  5. I've got a few tuition slots available - please get in touch if interested!
  6. TC Electronic BC210 cab. Gigged extensively but now surplus to requirement. For condition see photos - cosmetic nicks and scratches in the tolex but it's all just cosmetic. The cab works perfectly. Great sounding, loud 210. Link to TC Electronic site - https://www.tcelectronic.com/Categories/Tcelectronic/Bass/Cabinets/BC210/p/HE016 Any questions, get in touch. Collection from Bristol - I'd rather not ship this! Thanks.
  7. Hello, So I'm selling an Ampeg PF-350. I have owned this for around a year, and have gigged it lightly in that time. Recently it's just been sat at home and used for low volume practise. There are a few things that need some attention with the amp, hence the low price: As you can see from the photos this is a little...er... road worn. There are a few screws missing from the lid - the lid is still held securely, and you can probably find replacements for these easily, although one or two were cross threaded and had to be removed so I'm not sure how easy it would be to just screw new ones right in. There are also some scratches and general wear and tear. The functionality of the amp in unaffected - no damage to any of the pots / switches and it all works as it should. The main reason I stopped using this is rattle. I originally had this mounted to the flip top 210 cab, but I found that the vibrations from the cab would cause a loud rattling / buzzing noise from within the amp. When I unmounted the amp from the cab and just placed it on top of the cab instead, these rattles were reduced. If I lift the amp away from the cab and place it to one side, the rattles disappear. I have tried to isolate the buzz, opening the amp to see if any components were the obvious culprits - but to no avail. I am sure that this is possible to sort if you're a little more tech-savvy than myself - if you can then you've got yourself a great little amp for a low low price. You could also use this for silent recording - it has a good sounding DI out and can be ran safely without a speaker load. So you could get some of that Ampeg tone whilst recording silently. I can throw in a kettle lead, but unfortunately not a speaker cable. Link to spec on Ampeg website - https://ampeg.com/products/portaflex/pf-350/ Anyway, I've attached plenty of photos and tried to describe this one as accuracy as possible. You're welcome to come try it out, and any more questions just drop me a message. Chris. Oh - located in Bristol, happy to ship ay buyers expense.
  8. No problem! I hope you find it useful. There’s loads more on the blog, so check it out! Chris.
  9. Hi - thanks for your comment. I believe that it is Jamerson, yes. The track is from the Marvin Gaye album 'Heard It Through The Grapevine'... the album displays a wide variety in his playing, with some of the tracks showing Jamerson 'changing his lines in every verse', and other more repetitive figures - such as on this track. Even his bassline on the title track is relatively simple when compared to some of his busier work, but it is definitely still Jamerson.
  10. chrisaxe

    Aguilar TH500 & SL 112. (SOLD)

    A little bump for a great seller! @wolldav
  11. Bass lessons for all ages and abilities, with a focus on the style of music you love. My name is Chris, I am a professional musician and tutor from Bristol and I have a few tuition slots available for new students. I have been playing and teaching for over a decade, and have a wide range of experience of live and studio work - with credits including performances at 2000 Trees Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Great Escape Festival and BBC Radio sessions, as well as soundtrack work for film and television including Aardman Animations. I also hold a First Class Degree in Professional Musicianship. I have experience in teaching students of all ages and abilities, and have taught privately from home, as part of an extra-curricular school club, and most recently lecturing at a local music college. I also run the James Jamerson Analysed blog - www.jamersonanalysed.co.uk Whether you are a seasoned player or a complete beginner, I will work with you to tailor a comprehensive syllabus focused around your musical goals and ambitions, with a strong foundation of essential musical theory. Slap, fingerstyle, plectrum and palm muting; all techniques can be covered, as well as sight reading, scales and modes, ear training, critical listening and performance skills. Just want to focus on one genre or player? Not a problem - I can create in depth case studies of particular bands, techniques or bassists. Able to travel to you in the Bristol and Bath area, I can teach you from the comfort of your own home - or if you’d prefer, I can teach you from my home studio in Bristol. Please get in touch if you would like more information. I look forward to hearing from you. Chris. www.chrisaxe.co.uk
  12. Hi all, It's been a while but I have finished another analysis of Jamerson's playing. This time I have looked at his bass break from Marvin Gaye's 'At Last (I Found A Love). The full article featuring my analysis, full transcription and cover video can be found here - Jamerson Analysed Or, if you just want to watch the video, you can do here - At Last (I Found A Love) Enjoy! Chris.
  13. Hi, I stumbled upon an amazing Jamerson bass break on the 1968 Marvin Gaye track ‘At Last (I Found A Love)’ and decided to look at it in closer detail on my Jamerson Analysed blog. Full transcription, breakdown of the line and video available at http://www.jamersonanalysed.co.uk/2017/12/at-last-i-found-love-marvin-gaye-1968.html Enjoy! Chris
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