Joseph appeared at The Atlanta Bass Gallery on September 11th, 2010. This performance/clinic was webcast live over the internet via LiveStream.com. This is the Q&A portion of this event.
Re: JPM Endorsement with NS Design
We are proud to announce that Joseph recently became an “official” endorser of NS Design electric upright basses. Read all about it at NS Design News by clicking here.
NOTES JOSEPH: “The CR4 is a beautifully crafted instrument. It sounds rich and warm like a true acoustic Double Bass, furthermore its playability is refreshing and inspiring. The CR4 is hands down the best electric double bass I have ever played” – JPM
We are pleased to announce that Joseph Patrick Moore has recently become an official Aguilar Amplification Endorser.
Joseph has outfitted his bass rig with the following Aguilar products:
* DB 751 (pre/power amp)
* DB 115 (in monster green)
* DB 210 (in monster green)
* DB 112 (in monster green)
“I’m honored to be apart of the Aguilar family. Aguilar products are second to none and their artist relations department is first class! They truly are a bass company that cares not only about the products they produce, but also in developing lasting relationships with the players that use Aguilar products.” – Joseph Patrick Moore
JPM recently joined forces with Analysis-Plus Cables.
” It amazes me that players will spend a fortune on instruments, speakers, pre/power amps and yet with all that high end gear, they will use a cheap instrument/mic cable to connect the source. I’ve experimented with many of the “name brand cables” and nothing holds a candle to the Analysis Plus Bass and Yellow Oval Cables. If you think cables don’t matter, plug in and listen to the AP cables. Analysis Plus is the bomb!” – Joseph Patrick Moore
Pedulla Bass has accepted JPM as Artist Endorser. Pedulla Bass generally accepts less than 2 people per year in their Artist Program and JPM was one of those selected for the year 2003.
For more info on Pedulla Bass, visit:
Bass Player Magazine October 1993
On the jazz side of the street, three promising students were recently named winners of $1,000 awards from the Milt J. Hinton Scholarship fund: Joe Martin, Joseph Moore, and Nathan Peck. Martin is a student at William Paterson College; Moore is hittin the books at Memphis State University; and Peck, a 16-year old from West Virginia, is planning to pursue private instruction. The judges were Milt Hinton himself (of course) and noted jazz bassists Jay Leonhart and Charnett Moffett. The winners were chosen on the basis of their performances, their background, and an assessement of the potential benefits of private instruction in furthering their musical development.