The artist “TiffsBass" is an accomplished musician who began piano at the age of 7, and has been in love with music ever since. She began formal musical training at 11 years old, and shortly after started her primary instrument, bass guitar. After continued education, she later obtained her MBA from American Intercontinental University.
TiffsBass is a member of the Grammy Award Recording Academy, Washington, D.C. Chapter, which is the premier outlet for honoring achievements in the recording arts and supporting the music community. She is also a bass clinician, bass instructor, and speaker for music conferences and schools for students wanting to pursue careers in music.
On stage, she has been privileged to work with National and International Recording Artists Gladys Knight, Yolanda Adams, Kenny Lattimore, Lisa Raye, Todd Dulaney, KeKe Wyatt, Lynn Whitfield, Maysa Leak, Avery Sunshine, Sasha Allen, Paula Champion, Mrs. Kristen Scott of Basketball Wives of L.A. and more. She currently has a music single published called "Viscosity" and her newest project called “Paradise.”
Among Tiffany's many accomplishments, she is the first black female bass guitarist to endorse Elrick Bass Guitars. She is also the first USA-based endorsee of GRBass amps! Tiffany’s most recent endorsements are with Bartolini Pickups & Electronics, and also with her favorite string brand, Elixir Strings.
Tiffsbass is partnered with Collabrio Studio, which she endorses and where she now runs private bass guitar lessons for students.
Among Tiffsbass’ multiple magazine, radio & podcast interviews, she was also featured in episode 14 of the Apple Podcast “Between Frets”. She was also afforded the amazing opportunity to play bass in the off-broadway play, “For Colored Girls” by Ntozake in Manhattan, New York, which ran from October 8 through December 15, 2019.
Tiffany "TiffsBass" Lloyd
Professional bass guitarist and instructor