About Bass Cave

As any musician knows there is more than one way to do something and the amount of answers out there on the internet which offer opinions is daunting. I believe very much in individuality and choice when it comes to music.  Bass Cave is a new project (April 2020) which is intended to be a resource for bass players.  It is written very much for the beginner in mind and hopefully will help a new generation, both young and old with their bass playing.

I oversee all the content on this site and all advice is given as my opinion based on my experience of playing and careful research that we have made. I have been playing bass guitar and double bass for nearly forty years. If you want to read more about my musical career please go to my portfolio webstite www.ianjennings.co.uk.

Over the years I have worked with hundreds of different bands and musicians. Some of the most memorable names I’ve listed below; they also reflect my musical roots and interests.

These highlights include live work and record sessions for albums, film and soundtracks. Such names as Carl Perkins, Jeff Beck, Robert Plant, Billy Lee Riley, Champion Jack Dupree, Jools Holland, Lowell Fulsom, Roscoe Gordon, Andy Fairweather Low, Ben Waters, Tom Jones, Little Willie Littlefield, Van Morrison, Lisa Mills, Mick Fleetwood, Paul Rodgers, Chrissie Hynde, Akarsha ‘Aki’ Kumar, Mike Vernon, Jimmy Page, Scotty Moore, DJ Fontana, Ben Carr, Ronnie Wood, Jimmy Copley, Eric Clapton, Lulu, Ray Davies, Brian May, Imelda May, Giles Robson and Mark Knopfler.
I am currently working with several bands most notably the American blues singer, Mud Morganfield, Adam Sweet, Primitive Noise Band, Sunjay, Ali Maas & Micky Moody.

At the time of writing there are no affiliate links on this site, in the future these will be added and will be clearly indicated.  Affiliate programmes mean that I will receive a tiny commission on any purchases made on third party web sites after the visitor has clicked on a link from www.basscave.net. Any commission is gratefully received and helps the further development of this project. 

All the best,

Ian Jennings