Kalani Das, co-inventor of the Paddle Bass, explains how the instrument works in a new video.
Kala’s new Paddle Bass, which was introduced at Winter NAMM 2017, was co-developed with Kalani Das.
Das, a world-renowned music educator and percussionist, has a video explaining the Paddle Bass and how it can be used.
Check out the video HERE.
The Paddle Bass hasn’t shown up on Kala’s web site yet and there’s no word on when it will be available and how much it will cost.
Magnus Sjöquist puts the Kala Paddle Bass through its paces.
Our friend Magnus Sjöquist of PlayUBass fame, posted a video of himself and his bandmates putting the new, as yet unreleased, Kala Paddle Bass through its paces.
Check out the video here.
As Magnus demonstrates in the video, the one-string bass can be adapted to any genre of music and can be played on the lap, mountain dulcimer style, or it can be held like a guitar and played that way.
He also did a Facebook Live video, explaining how the Paddle Bass works. Check that video out here.