With the release of the newly re-engineered Sadowsky Blue Label Flatwound Bass Strings, we thought that it was time to put together a quick and easy guide to restringing your bass. Whether you’ve changed thousands of sets of strings or are just getting started, this guide (and video) will have you doing it like the pros…

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Let Us Help You to Choose the Right Bass String With the introduction of our new Blue Label Flatwound strings, we thought that it was time to put together a quick guide to the Sadowsky family of bass strings. Check out the descriptions below to see what bass strings are right for you, but feel…

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Ever wanted more insight into the role that tonewoods play in your instrument? See what Roger Sadowsky has to say in this article that he wrote for the Summer 2016 Issue of Guitarmaker Magazine on how wood choices affect sound in electric guitars, basses, and other amplified stringed instruments. Visit our the press section of our website…

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New this week! We are proud to be able to announce the new MetroExpress line today. We will have a few with us at our NAMM booth (#5129) to check out if you are attending the show.  Here’s the basic info: The MetroExpress basses will include the legendary Sadowsky preamp as well as Sadowsky pickups, strings, and…

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On January 15th, the Verdine White Performing Arts Center donated one of our Verdine White Signature Basses to a student.  “It was our pleasure to donate a brand new Roger Sadowsky bass to a gifted bass student yesterday. Desewn Fisher! His family along with Pastor Walter Davis and his wife Jeanne Davis were there for the…

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One day in 1987 I received a call from the man on the right, named Tatsuo Okada. He called me to ask if he could distribute my instruments in Japan. For the next 30 years Okada International would become my #1 dealer in the world and well as my partner in my Japan production of…

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A gallery of photos of my 20+ years with Walter Becker. He started visiting my workshop around 1990 and bought his first guitar from me for the first Steely Dan tour in 1992. It was a Candy Apple Red strat style guitar and it ultimately found a new home at a Hard Rock Cafe. He…

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