On March 4th & 5th I was at the London Bass Guitar Show again with Schack Guitars. Although the show has grown from last year in every aspect it still has a very nice vibe and a family atmosphere.
Visitors’ interest in our instruments was enormous and we good very positiv feedback on our basses from some world class player. So for Schack Guitars it was a big success.
I personally had a great time meeting and hanging out with a lot of friends, old and new ones, and meet some of my bass heroes.
This video should give you an short impression on what was going on there.
I’m already looking forward to the London Bass Guitar Show in 2018 and it would be a pleasure meeting
Schack Guitars has just launched his all new website! There you find a lot of pictures and videos of these great instruments and more than this plenty of background information about the company, master luthier Nico Schack and his philosophy on building bass guitars.
So please take some time to explore and enjoy!
I proudly present “Red Zora”, my new Schack Unique V signature bass. She is a dream to play, sounds just fantastic and beside this she looks awesome.
My heartfelt thanks to Nico Schack from Schack Guitars for the best bass I’ve ever put my hands on.
As you can see, I already love it! 🙂
On March 12 & 13 the London Bass Guitar Show took place the Olympia London, organized by the Bass Guitar Magazine.
I was there with Nico Schack from Schack Guitars as exhibitor and we had a fantastic time there!
It was great to meet so many outstanding bass players on one spot and the feedback from them on our basses was beyond expectations. I’d like to thank everyone who visited us on our booth and special thanks to everyone involved at the Bass Guitar Magazine for organizing this great event! We will be back next year! Here you find some pictures of our stand…
Shortly before the bass event “Feel The Bass” that Schack attended in October, I created a slogan for a shirt that Nico Schack had designed. The slogan I liked the best is my definition of the Groove: You Groove – They Move. You Don’t – They won’t.
It may sound simple, but to me this is the essence of what Groove is about. I’m pretty sure a lot of you musicians agree to that, especially bass players 😉
If you want to show your passion for the groove get your shirt for just 19,90 € (M-XXL, free postage & shipping within Germany, international orders: terms of delivery on request, varies by country). To place your order just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The “Feel The Bass” show last Sunday was a huge success. Thanks a lot to all of you who visited the Schack booth. We are more than happy to get so much positive feedback on our basses, especially on our brand new features we showed there for the first time. That’s a great appreciation for what we are doing. Check out some pictures here
As you probably know I am a huge fan and enthusiastic player of Schack basses. Schack Groove Session is a series of short videos that feature various bass players and their Schack basses to give you in impression on how these premium handmade instruments from Germany sound in different styles of music played with different techniques in the hands of different players. I hope you enjoy it! If you want to be a part of if, please contact Schack or me. Let’s groove!
I guess it’s no secret that I love my Schack Guitars basses and the guys who build them.
Since 1992, when I got my first Schack Guitars bass, I’ve checked out many basses made by other great luthiers and companies, but none of them made me want to switch over. I’m sure that our 22 years relationship will go on for quite a long time 😉
If you want know a bit about the history and the corporate culture of Schack Guitars and want to get a inside view of the work of master luthier Nico Schack, check out this video (click for English subtitle. Produced by Adstore):
As I allready mentioned in the last post, I’ve just picked up my new Schack Guitars bass!
I immediately fell in love with it when I picked it up at Schacks’s open house presentation last Sunday and I really got to have it. To me it sounds, feels, plays and looks amazing! Of course it sounds different from my other Schack basses but it’s exatcly that difference I was looking for. It’s “only” a 34″ scale but the low B string is awesome. You got to check it out yoursef! 🙂