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For the Love of Bass – Gasper Nali

© 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

© 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

For the Love of Bass – Gasper Nali…

We all have a sound and a story about how we got there… share yours

This is a new segment on Bass Musician Magazine where we celebrate YOU, and other bass players world-wide dedicated to keeping the bass alive and moving our instrument forward!

Click to submit your story or video and share why you are inspired to play bass and how you developed your perfect bass/rig/sound. If chosen, I will contact you via email.

Let me introduce you to our first “For the Love of Bass” story, Gasper Nali – a Malawian roots musician. This creative young fellow has found his way to bring bass to his music using local resources. Through these videos, you will experience the lengths this man goes to for the love of bass. And don’t miss the detailed photos of his homemade Babatoni at the end!

Gasper is proof that if you really want to live a bass life, you can make it happen!

Babatoni detail. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail – Foot pedal. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail – Foot pedal. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail – Fretboard. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

Babatoni detail – Fretboard. © 2015 Mattias Stålnacke

 

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  1. Gracie

    December 15, 2015 at 6:58 pm

    I love the creativity of Gasper Nali. When you are really passionate with something, you can do whatever it takes just to share that passion with others. Didn’t imagine the sound would be that great from such a simple instrument. It’s wonderful to watch these people when they are playing, because you can see how they can get “lost” while their were playing their instruments. =D

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