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Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (December 2016)

We closed out 2016 with a month’s worth of great bass videos.

Here are the top 10 most watched by No Treble readers in December, 2016.

Thanks for watching, commenting and sharing!

Julie Slick: Adrian Belew Power Trio “E” Bass Playthrough

1. Julie Slick: Adrian Belew Power Trio “E” Bass Playthrough

Back in October, Julie Slick’s playthrough of the Adrian Belew Power Trio’s “B3” blew us away. Now she’s posted an even crazier video for the song “e”. Slick plays seemingly impossible lines with ease while her friend Ben paints his room (and her). Prepare to have your face melted…

VoBa Sound Experience: Do You Know Who / Continuum

2. VoBa Sound Experience: Do You Know Who / Continuum

Roberto Pace shared this video of his duo with vocalist Chiara D’Emilio. This time around, they offer something a little different – their tribute to Jaco Pastorius and Victor Bailey…

Federico Malaman Trio: Caravan

3. Federico Malaman Trio: Caravan

The Sligo Jazz Project shared this excellent video of Federico Malaman with his trio performing “Caravan”. Check out the solo by Federico!

Snow Owl: Devil Is A Liar

4. Snow Owl: Devil Is A Liar

Six-string bass monster Snow Owl (aka Juan Garcia-Herreros) put his own spin on a classic funky track, and it’s epic. Seawind’s “Devil Is A Liar” has an already killer bass line, but the bassist’s energy and extra fills add just that much more fun to the track…

Metallica: Atlas Rise / For Whom The Bell Tolls on Jimmy Kimmel Live

5. Metallica: Atlas Rise / For Whom The Bell Tolls on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Metallica made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on December 14th in support of their new album, Hardwired… to Self-Destruct. They performed “Atlas, Rise!”, from the new album in the first segment before going old school in the second with “For Whom The Bell Tolls”…

America Paz and Eduardo Sitja: Street Jam

6. America Paz and Eduardo Sitja: Street Jam

We love seeing bass playing buskers, and this video is a good example of why. America Paz and Eduardo Sitja took to the streets of Santiago, Chile to play some bass and melt some faces. The duo trades slap lines back and forth, building on each other’s ideas for a fun jam session…

Linus Klausenitzer: Obscura’s “Akroasis” Bass Playthrough

7. Linus Klausenitzer: Obscura’s “Akroasis” Bass Playthrough

Buckle up: Obscura bassist Linus Klausenitzer has posted a new playthrough for the title track to the band’s latest album, Akroasis. Armed with a seven-string fretless, the Klausenitzer tears it up with blazing sixteenth-note runs alongside melodic counter lines…

Fernando Lamadrid: Iniciático

8. Fernando Lamadrid: Iniciático

One of our favorite bassists is back with a new video. Fernando Lamadrid leads this band in their performance of his original tune, “Iniciático”…

Audun Ramo: Hendrix’s “Manic Depression” Upright Slap Cover

9. Audun Ramo: Hendrix’s “Manic Depression” Upright Slap Cover

Jimi Hendrix’s “Manic Depression” has one of the coolest bass and guitar lines ever. Here’s an awesome version of it by bassist Audun Ramo, who adds some upright slap to the mix…

Miki Santamaria and Anna Sentina: Dangerous

10. Miki Santamaria and Anna Sentina: Dangerous

Miki Santamaria teamed up with bassist Anna Sentina and drummer COOP3RDRUMM3R to put together this cover of David Guetta’s “Dangerous.” Miki handled the arrangement on this, which features plenty of bass goodness…

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