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If you’re a bassist — you’re in the right place. Join Scott Devine and Ian Allison from SBL as they dissect every aspect to being a bass player - professional or hobbyist - from basses and gear hacks, to musicianship and gig tips, all the way to mental health and what the future might hold for the music industry.
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Feel better about marketing™ The go-to podcast for anyone trying to make sense of the world of marketing, business and beyond. In an industry that is a minefield of utter bollocks, we aim to capture our heroes and allies from the front line to have a chin-wag with. It’s like Pokémon Go, with the single but vital exception that it’s not a short-term bandwagon of shite. UK TOP 2 | US TOP 50 | RELEASED FORTNIGHTLY
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Welcome to the How to Hunt Turkeys Podcast. The goal of the H2HT podcast is to make you a better turkey hunter. If it’s your first year in the spring woods or you’ve been hunting turkeys for a few seasons, this podcast will help you become a better turkey hunter. Every episode we will dive deep into the minds of the finest turkeys hunters in the country. We will explore the gear, tactics, people and culture that surround Wild Turkey hunting. Not only will we learn from the wisdom only gained ...
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This week, we ate and left no some crumbs to lure and catch GEN-Z copywriters, Carolyn McMurray and Em Goodier. Co-founders of Word Tonic, the world’s first GEN-Z copywriting community, Carolyn and Em are hell-bent on helping and inspiring more young people to write for a living. Driven directly by young copywriters, it's a space to connect, share …
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This week I am joined by Bjorn Wilkerson. Bjorn tagged out on public land in Missouri this year which is no easy feat! He is also a great deer hunter and bow fisherman. He has lots of experience with these public land birds and this episode is full of great advice and stories. Topics include: Why hunt public land, finding overlooked spots, calling …
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Some bass players love to double down on a bad idea. And though we once bristled at the notion that there could ever be such a thing as a wrong musical opinion, we’ve since come to accept that there is such a thing. We know because we had one! Scott was colossally wrong about the Fender Precision AND slap bass! In this episode, Scott and Ian reveal…
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Today I am joined by Lance Krueger. He is a wildlife photographer that has been up close to more giant bucks and beautiful turkeys than most people have ever seen! We have a great conversation discussing the details and planning that go into getting the perfect shot. We talk about the different approaches to turkey hunting and I think no matter if …
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Whether you’re an established bass player looking to add to your library of skills, a total novice picking up the bass for the first time or you're heading back to school and want to take your four-string skills to another level, there are five common mistakes that nearly every bassist will make on their learning journey. In today’s episode Scott w…
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This week we asked “Is Pepsi okay?” to bait and catch Coca-Cola Creative Lead, Adam Ross. Creative Lead for Coca-Cola across the ASEAN & South Pacific region, Adam is responsible for translating and elevating global core creative ideas regionally and locally, wrangling agencies around the world, and driving thought leadership across the business. S…
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This week I am joined by Dink Watson. He is a first generation Louisiana turkey hunter who started hunting turkeys over 40 years ago. Since his first bird at 12 Dink has killed turkeys in 31 states, Mexico and New Zealand. We had an incredible conversation full of the great advice and entertaining stories you'd expect from such a veteran turkey hun…
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In the episode of "The Bass Lines That Made Me," Jon Button shares enlightening reflections on his early experiences as a bass player. Throughout the episode, Jon delves into the profound impact of iconic musicians such as Miles Davis, Weather Report, Marvin Gaye, and Journey, shedding light on the pivotal bass lines that have significantly influen…
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On this episode I'm joined by Jeremy Koerber of "Fit To Hunt" Jeremey grew up with a passion for the outdoors and fitness, one day while he was watching a hunting show he was struck with the idea of combining his two passions and from that passion "Fit To Hunt" was born. I had a great time talking with Jeremy about the correlations of hunting and f…
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Bass guitars are beautiful and they can make anyone look good, but during its 70-year history there have been a few that are gloriously gaudy or just plain ugly (Precision Bass Lyte, anyone?!) In this episode we’ve set out to name and shame some of the ugliest bass guitars of all time! In this episode: Does Ernie Ball make the world’s ugliest bass …
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This week, we caught Scott ‘The Boom’ to shake-shake-shake the room. Cutting his teeth at Saatchi and Saatchi, Scott Morrison has run the Nike business at Wieden and Kennedy, and been CMO and Commercial Director at Levi’s, Activision and Diesel. Now he brings the Boom! to brands and leaders to Unblock, Unlock and Unleash commercial, creative or cul…
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On this episode I talk to Scott Ellis, a turkey hunting veteran of several years who has won more calling championships and shot more turkeys than you can shake a stick at! He is a welth of knowledge on not only what to do but also when and why. It's a very well rounded episode with advice for all levels of turkey hunter and I know you'll enjoy it …
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The hate that some bass players have for jazz can transcend space, time, and the laws of nature. We get it. It can feel like your band mates are speaking another language, and you feel kind of left out. But, with practice, learning some jazz can give you musical superpowers. In this episode, we’re here to reveal why you should take the leap! In thi…
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Today I am joined by two of the creative minds behind the incredible film "The Colonel And The Fox" Nathaniel Maddux was the editor and director of the film, he's also one of the most passionate turkey hunters I've had the privilege of meeting. Arron Link is the man behind the music in the film scoring almost the entire thing himself. Aaron grew up…
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In today’s video, we asked Michael League to dig into his earliest influences and name the bass lines that helped define his career with four-time Grammy Award Winners Snarky Puppy. There were a few things we agreed on: Bootsy Collins belongs on every top 10 list. Your drummer is your best friend. David Hood is a bass guitar genius. Everything else…
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This week we sent off a coupon to catch 1960s advertising copywriter, Howard Gossage, through the eyes and work of Steve Harrison and Dave Dye. As a copywriter, Steve tamed more Cannes Lions in his discipline than anyone else in the world. He’s been on the show twice before, once guesting, once hosting, and is a great friend of …Gasp!. Dave is the …
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The prodigal son returns this week as I am joined by none other than Paul Campbell, former host of this podcast. We have a fantastic conversation about what he's been up to lately, our recent success in the turkey woods and his search for a slam! Topics include: How one gobble can change your life, Turkey hunting without decoys, searching for a sla…
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A few months back, we got into the argument that all bass players get into – what are the coolest, grooviest bass lines of all time? After hours of heated debate, we decided to get Nick Campbell to help make that decision for us. In today’s podcast, Nick Campbell reels off the bass lines that shaped his sound. It’s the perfect way to introduce your…
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On this episode I have an enlightening conversation with Madison Cole about taking your turkey hunting to the next level. We talk about what to do when you lose hunting ground and a whole variety of other turkey strategies. Topics include: Leveling up as a turkey hunter, how public land is still overlooked, learning from turkeys, hanging with a gob…
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So which is better – a long-scale or a short-scale bass guitar? If you’ve ever wondered which is the right scale length for you, you’ve come to the right place! In today’s episode, we’re taking a closer look at the key differences between short-scale and long-scale basses, the pros and cons of each, and we’ll give you a few recommendations of short…
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It’s been 5 years since Call to Action® captured our first of what’s now over 130 heroes and allies from the industry front lines to have a chin-wag with. To celebrate, we’re rereleasing a choice cut of our favourite episodes as part of a ‘Best Of’ series. In February 2022, we stuck a fake shark fin on our back and lurked in the waters off Adelaide…
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Chris Chaney’s contributions to the bass world often go overlooked – but there’s genius in his bass playing if you know where to find it (take his game-changing bass lines with Jane’s Addiction for instance). Today’s interview is the perfect way to introduce yourself to some of his most mind-blowing rock riffs – and find out exactly what makes them…
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On this episode I have a great conversation about an incredible run of three turkeys in three hunts on one piece of property, but there is a fun twist. This is not your typical super managed farm nor is it in a dynamite area, it's just a humble premission piece. We dive deep into why you need to get more permissions and how to do that. Topics inclu…
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On this episode I sit down with my neighbor Luther Roweton, we have a fantastic conversation about what you need to do to set yourself up for success, and surprise, it has very little to do with the gear you buy. It has lots to do with mindset and woodsmanship. Topics include: Run and Gun turkey hunting, being bored in the woods, being a turkey hun…
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U2 has officially finished their residency in Las Vegas – the history-making shows saw over 700,000 fans descend on Sin City, from September 2023 through March 2024. In today’s episode, fresh from a weekend trip to Las Vegas, we take a trip inside The Sphere to uncover how Adam Clayton and U2 redefined live music at the city’s new high-tech venue. …
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This week, we scoured wardrobes far and wide to catch a man who has dressed rock icons, Sapeurs of the Congo, a blue monster for Ed Sheeran, and even ‘plug boy’ from the Sainsbury’s Christmas ad; Mr Gammon. Costume designer, fashion stylist, and distinctive English gent, Mr Gammon is the go-to guy for creatively styled costumes. Whether it’s dressi…
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On this episode I have an enlightening conversation with a man who has gotten 13 slams! We discuss several ways to keep yourself from getting caught with your pants down while turkey hunting. Topics include: Scouting strategies, If the roost play fails, The golden rule of scratching, understanding what you're saying when you're calling and holding …
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The year is 2006 and John Mayer has just recorded a landmark album that will put his new trio on the map. Drummer/producer Steve Jordan had the great idea of bringing Willie Weeks AND Pino Palladino in to play bass on one track, with Pino adding his own accompaniment to Week’s muted 8th note figure. When Sean Hurley landed the bass gig with John Ma…
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In this episode, we’re sorting through our pick of boutique basses from F Bass, Ken Smith, Olinto, Overwater and more. We’re also going to delve into some of the questions that often come along, namely: why are they so expensive? How are they built? And are they really worth it? The answers are often a matter of opinion, but we shall ponder them no…
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There’s a TON you can learn from Gospel bass players – and one, in particular, you may have overlooked. Justin Raines could teach you everything you need to know about pocket, songwriting, and epic bass fills. In today’s interview, Scott and Ian sit down with Justin to breakdown his tone, his technique and some of his signature licks, including his…
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It’s been 5 years since Call to Action® captured our first of what’s now over 130 heroes and allies from the industry front line to have a chin-wag with. The show is still very much like Pokémon Go, with the single but vital exception that it’s not a short-term bandwagon of shite. And to celebrate, we’re rereleasing a choice cut of our favourite ep…
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So, what makes a particular bass guitar a classic? While some basses are undoubtedly born great (it’s a testament to Leo Fender that the P-Bass is still one of the most played instruments ever): some achieve greatness over time and some have greatness thrust upon them (Rickenbacker have long enjoyed the star power of Lemmy, Geddy Lee and Chris Squi…
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Nick Campbell’s a busy LA session player for all the right reasons - great sound, groove, and awesome vibe. And in today’s new episode of our ‘Behind The Bass Lines’ interview series, Nick’s going to tell you exactly where he took ideas from to create his must-hear bass style – and even show you a few licks you can try out, too. In this episode Top…
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This year marks 5 years since our maiden episode launched in 2019. And to celebrate Call to Action® turning 5, we’ve asked the …Gasp! team to rummage through all 130 episodes to re release some of their favourites. In June 2020, we cast a net off the coast of Adelaide and caught one of the globe’s greatest researchers, Jenni Romaniuk, for her first…
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