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  • Ralph Hermans: Duet in Cm

    Ralph Hermans: Duet in Cm

    No Treble reader Axel Roks shared this excellent video by Ralph Hermans, who plays his tune “Duet in Cm.” “I just wanted to share this video with you. It is a beautiful piece of music composed by Ralph Hermans, a young and incredibly talented bass player,” Axel shared. “He normally plays with big Belgian hip-hop... »

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  • Vulfpeck: Running Away

    Vulfpeck: Running Away

    I’m anxiously awaiting the new Vulfpeck record, Mr. Finish Line, which goes into production tomorrow. Thankfully, the band has offered up some of the music from the upcoming release, including this old school cool track, “Running Away.” Dig the sweet lines by bassist Joe Dart and the incredible David T. Walker. »

  • Me and Maria: Hiding the Heart

    Me and Maria: Hiding the Heart

    Johannes Pehrson sent us the latest video with his bass and vocals duo, Me and Maria. “The bass I used in this song is a 4 string Sandberg California with piccolo strings,” he shared. “It’s recorded through a GK Backline 600 and I used both the D. I. and two mics on the cabinet. I... »

  • Bokanté: Roudesann

    Bokanté: Roudesann

    Every time Bokanté shares a new video, I drop what I’m doing to check it out. And they never disappoint. Here’s the latest from their album, Strange Circles, entitled “Roudesann.” The song was written by Michael League and vocalist Malika Tirolien. Michael pulls double duty on the tune, with bass and baritone guitar. Check out... »

  • Sons Of Apollo: Lost in Oblivion

    Sons Of Apollo: Lost in Oblivion

    Sons Of Apollo are back with another video from their album, Psychotic Symphony, which once again features the double-neck theatrics of Billy Sheehan and Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, along with Mike Portnoy, Derek Sherinian, and Jeff Scott Soto. Here’s the track, “Lost in Oblivion.” was released on October 20th. »

  • 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... »

  • Steve Di Giorgio: Bass Playthrough of Gone In April’s “As Hope Welcomes Death”

    Steve Di Giorgio: Bass Playthrough of Gone In April’s “As Hope Welcomes Death”

    Six-string fretless bass beast Steve Di Giorgio always brings the heat. Here’s his latest with a playthrough of “As Hope Welcomes Death” by Gone In April. Di Giorgio tears through the song, bringing serious tenacity to the low end. Be sure to check out the drum and bass breaks starting at 5:22. »

  • Alberto Rigoni: Ghostbusters Theme Song

    Alberto Rigoni: Ghostbusters Theme Song

    Alberto Rigoni went all out for Halloween this year with a bass arrangement of the theme song to Ghostbusters. Dressed as the Marshmallow Man, Rigoni lays down the iconic bass line as well as the chords and melody on his 5-string Cort. Happy Halloween! »

  • Troy Hughes: Bass Cover of “La Caccia”

    Troy Hughes: Bass Cover of “La Caccia”

    With Halloween coming up, we knew bassist Troy Hughes would have something good up his sleeve. An avid mask collector, he donned a special zombie mask to record this bass line and get in the spirit of the season. “It is a bass-cover of ‘La Caccia’ by Goblin, which features Fabio Pignatelli on bass,” Hughes... »

  • Jayme Lewis: Thriller

    Jayme Lewis: Thriller

    We’re gearing up for Halloween, bass style. TheBassist.net’s Jayme Lewis is serious about Halloween. So serious that he remade Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”: music video and all. Lewis lays down the iconic bass line while adding tasty fills for his own flair. He’s joined by Ryan Clouse, Brandon Leslie, and Jason Lewis, who has a bone... »