Touchstyle, also called two-handed tapping, and finger-tapping on guitar, is sweeping the world as a new, fun, and powerful way to create new music. On specialty instruments like the Mobius Megatar, it's like playing bass and guitar ... at the same time! And yet, faster to learn than ordinary guitar. See and hear it for yourself on this podcast, and at http://megatar.com.
The Lombo Sound Project (Portugal), computers, sampling, guitar, keyboard, piano, and Megatar. The sound of Lombo is completely unique. Listen to the magnificent way the song builds, accompanied by images of Lisbon, and the lives of the members of Lom[bo] Sound Project. The bass is courtesy Jorge Pescara, a well-known bassist from Brazil, playing o…
Composed and Performed by Traktor Topaz on his Mobius Megatar Touchstyle Bass and electronic processing, this floating melody travels around the complete Cycle of Fifths, weaving into and out of every key center.
Megatar-player Stephane Lemaire and violinist Michael Hausseguy interpret this traditional in a passionate and powerful rendition.
Brazilian bass-player Jorge Pescara, plus drums, guitar and bazouhki, performing the hard-driving Bagdahnce on his Mobius Megatar Touchstyle Bass.
Traktor Topaz explains the true Bossa Nova rhythm, and then demonstrates on his Mobius Megatar Touchstyle Bass.
Daniel Schell performing on his Mobius Megatar Touchstyle Bass, with the Karo Trio. An Indian Music sound with a French Title, by a Belgian touchstyle player and Indian musicians.
Composed and Performed by Fabian Romero on his Mobius Megatar Touchstyle Bass with looping, in the style of Django Reinhart.
This premix version was composed and performed by Dino Haak, creating an amazing Wall of Sound, and it's all created by Dino and a Drummer. Amazing.
Jamsire FunkRock was composed and performed by Ernie Jackson (New York) on his Mobius Megatar Touchstyle Bass, with electronic processing. The photographic montage shows Mobius Megatar instruments, people who make the instruments, and a selection of Mobius Megatar musicians around the globe.
The evergreen-favorite ballad "Summertime" gets a fresh face with this uptempo jazz interpretation on Mobius Megatar, by Wolfgang Daiss (Germany).
Composed and performed by Traktor Topaz on the Mobius Megatar Touch-Style Bass, Sailing Away features a light bossa rhythm and a floating melody.
John Hall, from Fort Worth, Texas, reveals an unusual musical path in this quirky interview. He reveals how he took up guitar because he wanted to play two songs, discusses his Mobius Megatar touchstyle bass, and compares two popular tunings. Candid interview with John Hall about Megatar, Music, and Life.…
The sound of Lombo is completely unique. Listen to the magnificent way the song builds, accompanied by images of Lisbon, and the lives of the members of Lom[bo] Sound Project. The bass is courtesy Jorge Pescara, a well-known bassist from Brazil, playing on his Mobius Megatar ToneWeaver Banshee touchstyle bass.…