We’re working away recording some music! Hopefully the album will be out soon.Continue Reading... No Comments.
As many of you know, Ian and Sean’s business of teaching is called The Music Joynt. We intentionally kept our names out of the title of the business because we want to be able to grow and thrive to the point where it’s more than the two of us! We wanted to share our awesome […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Head over to the “Sample Program” page under the Multimedia section of the top menu or click here to see a sample 1-hour program of our work. You can click each piece’s title to view the entire video, watch the sample 1-hour playlist, or view an abbreviated sampler.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Just added a few pictures from the Oceanside Library today. Check out the Photos section of this website. Enjoy!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ian and I are going to be posting educational videos concerning Giuliani’s 120 Right Hand Studies for the Classical Guitar. Be sure to check out our YouTube Channel and Subscribe so you don’t miss a single episode! Here is the first post, which is also available in the Musicians Section of our Website. Good Luck! […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Len Laviolette, a luthier based in San Diego, built The Bassett Bros. two beautiful custom guitars. They might look more alike than we do! Check out more of his work here: http://laviolette-guitars.com/ Here are some pictures as well: Sean’s Guitar #117: Ian’s Guitar #118 Twin’s Together Guitar:Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Bassett Bros. website has finally gotten a big overhaul and update. Here’s what’s new: To keep track of our live performances, head over to the Performance Calendar Section of our website. We’ll list the local performances there to make it easy for folks to follow us, but there is also a Calendar widget at […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here is our little feature from Vol. 106, No. 16 of the Coronado Eagle & Journal from April 20, 2016Continue Reading... No Comments.
Chaconne in G with 21 Variations is a monumental work by George Frideric Handel, one of the titans of the Baroque period. Originally for Harpsichord, this has been transcribed quite famously for guitar duo. The piece itself has a stately theme in the major key which the variations all derive from, then transitions to a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.