Former MEGADETH Bassist Offers Tips On Packing For The Road And Travelling With Instruments
Former MEGADETH and current F5 bassist David Ellefson has posted another webisode in "David Ellefson's Rock Shop", an ongoing YouTube video series hosted by the bassist himself. The nine-minute clip, where Ellefson discusses packing for the road and travelling with the instruments for gigging and touring, can be viewed below. Ellefson comments, "I'm always asked questions from fans and other musicians about playing the bass, the business side of our industry, and music in general. So, I decided to create these regular video webisodes as a way to inform and respond to many of those questions."
In addition to numerous gold and platinum records and seven Grammy-nominated works, David is the author of the book "Making Music Your Business" and has two metal bass guitar instructional DVDs through Rock House Method entitled "Metal Bass Vol. 1" and "Vol. 2". He is also a featured bass clinician, keynote speaker and panelist on the subject of music and the music industry.
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