Top 10: Best Bass Looper Videos
This week, we look back at the top 10 most popular bass looper videos all time on No Treble. This list is based on number of views by No Treble readers.
Here’s Victor Wooten in this performance of “Ari’s Eyes” in 2002. This tune was later released on his 2005 album, Soul Circus.
Check out bassist Dave Marks, taking a solo break during a Carl Palmer Band concert. We really like the loops he put together, almost as much as the soloing.
Robin Koerts is perhaps most famous for his amusing parody videos of Mark King and Michael Manring, but as the following video shows he definitely knows how to play the bass himself.
Here’s bassist Miles Hancock, performing an original solo bass composition for the BOSS Loop Station contest.
Bassist Todd Matthews gets the Led out with his unique double bass arrangement of Led Zeppelin’s tune “Kashmir”.
A bassist has made the list of finalists in the BOSS Loop Station Championship National Finals in Canada. Marco Rodi was one of three finalists after four months of competition. Marco squares off against the other finalists at the Halifax Pop Explosion Festival on Thursday, October 21st. Here’s Marco’s entry: Good luck Marco, and thanks…
Everyone here at No Treble really loves the bass looper stuff. So when I caught this video by bassist Kimberly Lynn, I couldn’t wait to share it. I especially love when she switches to the baritone sax setting and plays a solo. Wow! Kimberly explains the tune’s evolution: “Inspired as I was walking through the…
We’re getting excited about winter NAMM next week, and here’s a warm-up… bassist Janek Gwizdala performing at the TC Electronic booth during last year’s winter NAMM show. For more on Janek, visit his web site.
Our Twitter friend Russ Sargeant had a busy weekend, recording two live performances on Ustream, and showcasing his looping skills. “Beauty” was a favorite. The song, written for Russ’s wife, is performed on a 4 string fretted bass with looping. Well done, Russ. If you’d like to check out the other (with looping bass and…
Who says you need a band to play gigs? Singer-songwriter Seth Horan utilizes a looping pedal to fill out the song, which is the opening track on his album Clang & Chime.