Busting Bass Posture Myths & Misconceptions

Several months ago I wrote an article for Bass Guitar Magazine covering some myths and misconceptions around posture and playing bass, as the issue has passed and I own the copyright I can release it online here, enjoy. Busting Bass Posture Myths & Misconceptions The relationship between posture and pain is a very controversial and […]

Warming Up for Bass

Several months ago I wrote an article for Bass Guitar Magazine covering warming up for bass playing on what we do and don’t know so far, as the issue has passed and I own the copyright I can release it online here, enjoy. “I know I should warm up” is a phrase I frequently here […]

Rest & Recovery for Bassists

A few months ago I wrote an article for Bass Guitar Magazine covering some principles of rest and recovery for bassists to help reduce risk of injury, as the issue has passed and I own the copyright I can now release it online here, enjoy. Getting enough rest and recovery can be a significant challenge […]

Load Management for Bassists

Several months ago I wrote an article for Bass Guitar Magazine on load management for bassists, as time has passed and I own the copyright for the article I am now able to release the article in full online here with some additional information, enjoy. Load management is considered one of the most important aspects […]

Understanding Upper Strings

A couple of weeks ago I attended the most recent BAPAM (British Association of Performing Arts Medicine) conference in London for clinicians, primarily looking at issues and problems faced in upper strings players. The event was full of healthcare clinicians all with a special interest in the performing arts, so as well as a good […]