Who was the second bassist for Metallica?

Who was the second bassist for Metallica?

Who was the second bassist for Metallica?

Jason Newsted

Jason Newsted
Instruments Bass guitar vocals
Years active 1981–2014, 2016–present
Labels Metal Blade Elektra Chophouse The End Surfdog
Associated acts Voivod Metallica Flotsam and Jetsam Papa Wheelie Newsted Rock Star Supernova Echobrain Ozzy Osbourne Spastik Children WhoCares Gov’t Mule Unkle

Which band member left Metallica?

“It wasn’t easy to walk away from them,” ex-Metallica bassist Jason Newsted told me almost nine months after he left one of the biggest band in metal on Jan. 17, 2001.

Who replaced Cliff Burton in Metallica?

Bassist Jason Newsted
Bassist Jason Newsted quit Metallica on Jan. 17, 2001 after nearly 15 years in the line-up. He joined the group after original bassist Cliff Burton died in a tour bus accident in 1986.

Where are Spector Performer basses made?

Our Performer Series are now made in Indonesia and were previously made in China. Our Performer Series are our most affordable basses and are all passive (meaning the do not have Active Tone Circuits) have flat non-curved more traditional electric bass body shape, 1pc maple necks, and Performer bridges.

Where are Spector Basses made?

Drawing upon years of legendary design, Spector’s Euro Series basses are individually crafted by hand in the Czech Republic. Each bass is constructed using only the finest source materials, including hand-selected tone woods from the most fertile regions of the United States and Europe.

Who was the original bass player for Metallica?

bassist Cliff Burton
The original members of Metallica were lead singer and rhythm guitarist James Hetfield, drummer Lars Ulrich, lead guitarist Kirk Hammett, and bassist Cliff Burton.

Who makes Spector bass guitars?

Spector Bass Guitars is a manufacturer that started in Brooklyn New York in 1976 by Stuart Spector and Alan Charney. Check out their iconic designs here!

What makes Spector basses so special?

With modern feel, powerful pickups, and nearly 40 years of experience, Spector basses have established themselves as the authority on modern bass design.

What year did Sting buy a Spector bass?

In addition to Spector’s increasing public awareness through the broader worldwide dealer network, the brand struck pop-culture gold in 1983, when a white Spector NS-2 bass was sold to Sting, at the start of The Police’s Synchronicity tour.

Who designed the Spector G-1 electric guitar?

Both G-1 electric guitars and SB-1 basses, designed by Stuart, were in the original product line. Among the other members of the co-op was Ned Steinberger, who had recently completed training in furniture design at Cooper Hewitt museum. He became interested in the work Spector was doing and offered to design a bass.