26 November 2008 — Vigier, the pioneer of carbon-fiber technology in guitar design, is pleased to welcome esteemed bassist Pascal Mulot into the family of Vigier artists. Mulot has been surrounded by music from an early age, as his father was a jazz musician who played upright bass. Inspired by his father’s legacy, in 1991 Mulot became the first rock bassist in France to record a solo album, Purple Eyes. The follow up, Bass And Love, was released in 1994, and his third disc, Can You Hear Me, Jay?, came out in 1998. Look for Mulot’s new album, Tsar Bomba, in January 2009. Some tracks on this latest disc were recorded with a Vigier Passion Custom 4-string fretless Delta Metal.
Mulot’s unique style and innovative use of the bass have earned high praise, leading him to share the stage with many top artists such as Steve Vai, Blues Saraceno, Simon Phillips, TM Stevens, and Steve Lukather.
Mulot has chosen a Passion Series IV 4-string bass in Deep Burgundy as his weapon of choice. “This is a bass with class!” Mulot affirms. “It feels very comfortable in my hands and it’s well-balanced for playing while standing up. The neck has the legendary characteristics that make Vigier instruments unique. Intonation is extremely precise, and the tone is very sweet and warm. The Passion Series IV 4-string allows me to play things that I could not play on other basses.”
26 November 2008 — Vigier, the pioneer of carbon-fiber technology in guitar design, constantly searches for new ways to improve its instruments. Sharp attention to detail and an ongoing quest for perfection have made Vigier synonymous with …
26 November 2008 — Vigier, the pioneer of carbon-fiber technology in guitar design, is proud to introduce a new addition its family-the very first Vigier single-cutaway electric guitar. This elite baby will deliver the hottest sounds of all …
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