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more... ArtistsBassistsGuitaristsFusionFebruary 2013Jeff BerlinScott Henderson

Interview: HBC's Scott Henderson and Jeff Berlin

Interview: HBC's Scott Henderson and Jeff Berlin

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For a taste of Scott Henderson and Jeff Berlin live, doing what they do best, check out the following clips on Note that Henderson has exacting standards for YouTube videos of his playing—he’ll vigilantly take down videos he doesn’t like, so watch these while you can!

Henderson, Berlin, and Chambers tear it up live on “The Chicken,” a classic jam tune by saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis.

Henderson uses one of his aqua Suhr custom models to solo over a bluesy vamp with Chambers and Berlin.

Berlin was one of the first to cast the electric bass in a lead role. Here, he plays an unaccompanied rendition of Eric Clapton’s “Tears in Heaven” that encapsulates the pioneering elements of his style, including a more chordal approach and virtuosic runs.

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