WT800 / D610XLT / Metro
|Dave Webb - Spicing up Sugarland
Dave Webb began playing upright bass in 6th grade school orchestra and played his first paid gig the next year. That's when he decided he would be a professional musician. He got his first bass guitar at the age of 13 and started listening to players like Stanley Clarke, Chuck Rainey, Michael Anthony, Jaco, Wyzard, John Entwhistle and Chris Squire. Having such a diverse musical background has allowed Dave to play gigs ranging from Beethoven to BTO, Bebop to Bluegrass. Dave has worked with Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell, Randall Bramblet (Widespread Panic, Steve Winwood) and Grammy nominated Blues diva Francine Reed. He has recording credits on over 30 albums, music for CMT, and numerous television commercials. He is currently on tour with Sugarland in support of their CD, Twice the Speed of Life.
Dave's first Eden was a Metro. "That amp is a lifesaver for gigs where I double on upright & electric. Having two separate preamps makes switching back and forth a breeze, and I can tailor the sound and balance the level for each instrument."
On tour with Sugarland, Dave uses a WT 800 head with a 610 XLT cab. "My Eden rigs always come on when I hit the switch and they always sound great! Eden has never let me down."