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  • Matt La Maida: Superstition

    Matt La Maida: Superstition

    Matt La Maida messaged me with a new, killer bass arrangement he worked out. This time around, Matt takes on Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition,” with lots of bass goodness and other effects. Matt says he has a transcription coming, so be on the lookout for it here. In the meantime, check out Matt’s popular cover of... »

  • Bunzing: Dean as a Teen Town

    Bunzing: Dean as a Teen Town

    No Treble reader Ruud sent us this video of a bassist who goes by Bunzing, who took Vulfpeck’s “Dean Town” and Weather Report’s “Teen Town,” and arranged it into a single tune. “I used the rhythm of Jaco’s part and wrote new notes for it to fit Dean Town’s chord progression. It turned out to... »

  • Scott Whitley: Bass Cover of Level 42’s “Mr. Pink”

    Scott Whitley: Bass Cover of Level 42’s “Mr. Pink”

    Level 42 always has sick bass lines thanks to Mark King. That’s not lost on Scott Whitley, who whipped up this killer bass version of the tune utilizing his signature bass and a piccolo bass for the melody lines. This one is sure to get you in gear! »

  • Franck Hermanny: Georgy Porgy

    Franck Hermanny: Georgy Porgy

    Bassist Franck Hermanny always impresses with his incredible facility and musicianship on the bass. This video once again showcases all of that, with an all-bass arrangement of Toto’s “Georgy Porgy.” “Here’s my little tribute to the Porcaro Brothers, and this great tune… YES, I know, Mike Porcaro didn’t play bass on the original but listening... »

  • Karl Clews: Josie

    Karl Clews: Josie

    We were all devastated by the news of the passing of Walter Becker earlier this month. Karl Clews decided to pay tribute to Mr. Becker, with a bass arrangement of Steely Dan’s “Josie.” »

  • Absurdcus: Hey Now

    Absurdcus: Hey Now

    Absurdcus has a new video, and it is spectacular. Here’s his arrangement of London Grammar’s “Hey Now.” He said “all sounds made with basses,” which is the way we like it. »

  • Zander Zon & Tommy Lee Depp: Sing Me To Sleep

    Zander Zon & Tommy Lee Depp: Sing Me To Sleep

    Zander Zon has released a collaboration video with Tommy Lee Depp, and it offers up a terrific arrangement of Alan Walker’s tune, “Sing Me To Sleep.” “It was great to do these arrangements with Tommy,” Zander shared. “He’s become a leading solo bass player on YouTube due to his beautiful arrangements and videography, and he’s... »

  • Karl Clews: Wichita Lineman

    Karl Clews: Wichita Lineman

    Karl Clews wanted to pay tribute to Glen Campbell, who passed away on August 8th. He sent us this video of his solo bass arrangement of the 1968 country classic, “Wichita Lineman,” as performed by Campbell. Beautiful song. »

  • Chris DeAngelis: Bass Arrangement of Stevie Wonder’s “Living For The City”

    Chris DeAngelis: Bass Arrangement of Stevie Wonder’s “Living For The City”

    Stevie Wonder’s songs have a magic that carries across the musical spectrum. Chris DeAngelis proves this once again with a killer bass and percussion version of “Living For The City.” Originally released on Wonder’s Innervisions, the song has a killer bounce that the bassist captures on his four-string before taking a nasty solo over top. »

  • Marcelo Yakko: Love of My Life

    Marcelo Yakko: Love of My Life

    Our good friend Marcelo Yakko shared his latest video with us, and it is beautiful. Marcelo took Queen’s “Love of My Life” and turned it into this amazing solo bass piece. Enjoy. »