He uses his cort signature bass as his main bass. more
He uses his cort signature bass as his main bass.
Following the 2014 debut of the Rithimic bass, Cort and Jeff Berlin have once... more
Following the 2014 debut of the Rithimic bass, Cort and Jeff Berlin have once again put their heads together for the Rithimic V.
They didn’t just slap an extra string on it, either. The specific intent here is a passive five-string with lighter strings and a slimmer neck to help make the switch from a four- to a five-string bass a little easier.
His Dean signature model It has been said that Jeff Berlin is one of the m... more
His Dean signature model
It has been said that Jeff Berlin is one of the most talented artists who ever picked up the electric bass. He certainly is one of the world’s most influential bass players. Jeff is a player who commands respect from all of the greats in jazz, rock, funk and blues and from players of all instruments. He is a legend of the electric bass. Simply put, he is considered by many to be the finest electric bass player in the world.
Jeff Berlin & Mike Pachelli - "Footprints" Mike Pachelli Published on Dec... more
Jeff Berlin & Mike Pachelli - "Footprints"
Mike Pachelli Published on Dec 29, 2009
Jeff Berlin on bass, Mike Pachelli on guitar & Craig Pechanek on drums playing the Wayne Shorter composition "Footprints" - LIVE on the Mike Pachelli Show in 1996.
Playing his Peavey signature model
Jeff Berlin's main bass for many years in the 1970s and early 80s was a b... more
Jeff Berlin's main bass for many years in the 1970s and early 80s was a blonde Fender Precision heavily modified by Glen Quan. You can get a pretty good look at the instrument in this video here:
Klaus Doldinger - Bassic - Jeff Berlin bass solo - YouTube
"I was offered an endorsement with every amp company there is at some time ... more
"I was offered an endorsement with every amp company there is at some time or other. But as a bass player I only function at the level of tone, which was something that I personally couldn't find in any amp for many years. Everyone builds great equipment, but, without that one all-important addition (in my opinon) which is great tone. Markbass sent me a 15 inch bass cabinet that simply changed my musical life in a moment. I so fell in love with the sound of this amp that Marco De Virgiliis, the head of Markbass, named it the Jeff Berlin combo and sells it worldwide. It is a standard produced cabinet except that I asked that the tweeter be removed from this line as I really hate the tweeter sound."