We’re really excited to announce that we have relaunched our website, bringing with it an engaging way to navigate our extensive product range and explore the company’s rich history. The redesign includes an abundance of new features, a fully updated portfolio of endorsees, a wealth of technical information, and a trove of fascinating photos and documents from The Rotosound Archives.
Outstanding musical instrument website Gear Savvy have released their Ultimate Bass String Buyers Guide for 2020. We’re delighted to say that our stainless steel roundwound Swing Bass 66 strings have garnered the top spot. We’ve republished their glowing review here…
Yesterday we embarked on our first artist session since the Coronavirus pandemic first made its cruel mark on the UK. With equipment sanitised and distances kept safe, we managed to film a tremendous amount of footage which we will be releasing over the next few months.
Bass Player Magazine just released their list of top flatwound bass guitar strings for 2020 and, perhaps not surprisingly, our Jazz Bass 77 strings made the cut. Ed Friedland’s article includes a fantastic write up on the story of flatwound strings including how Rotosound helped shape the sound of bass guitar as we know it.
With much of the world staying at home to help with the fight against COVID-19, many musicians and beginners are making the most of their free time by improving their chops, picking up a new instrument for the first time, or just giving their gear some love and affection.
Whether you’re showcasing your talents to step up your musical career or just filming for fun, Instagram makes it simple to share your performance with the world.
Exciting, fresh new band, Blaenavon, is making big waves in the UK with the help of the Rotosound strings. Working their way from a group of schoolmates to having worked with topArtic Monkeys and Bombay Bicycle Club producer, Jim Abbiss, the band have their sights set for big things.
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