Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (April 2022)

Time again for another roundup of incredible bass videos. Of the 30 we shared in April, these are the top 10 reader favorites, in order.

Enjoy!

Charles Berthoud: If “September” was the Hardest Song in the World

1. Charles Berthoud: If “September” was the Hardest Song in the World

Charles Berthoud is back with a new “Hardest Song in the World” video, with him running through many different bass techniques on Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September”.
The Music Man StingRay: A Short History

2. The Music Man StingRay: A Short History

Today, we have another video from Five Watt World about the history of the Musicman bass. I love mini-docs like this. I always learn something new and it draws me closer to the instrument.
Remco Hendrix: Psychedelic Fretless Funk Rock Bass

3. Remco Hendrix: Psychedelic Fretless Funk Rock Bass

It is always great to see a new video by Remco Hendrix. He just shared this one saying, “Funky good times on my fretless Cortex bass with some fun spacey grooves with delay, double stops, slides and other cool things you can do with a fretless”.
Zander Zon: Stairway to Heaven on Fretless Bass

4. Zander Zon: Stairway to Heaven on Fretless Bass

Years ago we shared a video by Zander Zon performing his bass arrangement of Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway To Heaven”. He’s back with an all-new version, using a fretless (and fretted) bass and taking things to a whole new level.
Cory and The Wongnotes Season 2: The Great British Bass Off

5. Cory and The Wongnotes Season 2: The Great British Bass Off

Cory Wong’s Cory and The Wongnotes series is in its second season, and they just released an awesome (and hilarious) video. “The Great British Bass Off” features Cory, Sonny T, and Annie in a bake-off-inspired competition.
MonoNeon, Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, and Derrick Hodge: Stank in New York

6. MonoNeon, Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, and Derrick Hodge: Stank in New York

My fellow leftist, MonoNeon, dropped a new vid today appropriately titled, “Stank In New York.” Joined by legends Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, and Derrick Hodge, MonoNeon goes off, as expected.
Bass Extremes Live: Victor Wooten Bass Solo

7. Bass Extremes Live: Victor Wooten Bass Solo

Victor Wooten never disappoints. Here he is at Yoshi’s in Oakland during the Bass Extremes tour. Vic performs a mind-blowing solo by layering parts on top of each other.
Ellen Alaverdyan and Friends: The Ocean

8. Ellen Alaverdyan and Friends: The Ocean

Ellen Alaverdyan joined together with Yoyoka on drums, Mateo Mannasmith on guitar, and Eva on vocals for a cover of Led Zeppelin’s “The Ocean”. They definitely got the led out on this one!
Juna Serita: No One

9. Juna Serita: No One

Juna Serita is back with a new video, and this time, it features one of her own tunes. Joined by keyboardist Matt Wong and drummer Dominic Palombi, here’s the trio performing the laid back song, “No One”.
Blues Beatles: Yesterday (Live at Bourbon Street Brazil)

10. Blues Beatles: Yesterday (Live at Bourbon Street Brazil)

It’s great to see the return of the Blues Beatles to the stage. Here’s a great clip of Bruno Falcão and the band getting down and doing their thing on “Yesterday”, live at Bourbon Street Brazil.

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