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Karl Clews: Bass Cover of Stanley Clarke’s “Pop Virgil”

Back in 2012, bassist Karl Clews knocked us out with his solo bass performance of “Come Together”.

We’re featuring him once again thanks to his impressive cover of the Stanley Clarke tune, “Pop Virgil”, which appeared on Clarke’s latest album, Up.

Karl says he’s playing “a 2003 Status Kingbass Artist, direct into a Presonus Audiobox interface and Sonar X3, [with] drums programed in Stylus RMX.”

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Trey Smith

man Stanley’s use of chords always kicks my ass and that was a nice rendition of my favorite song off the new album

Steven Smith

the bass master would be proud of you, karl. well done.