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Corey Brown

Corey Brown

Founder/CEO

Corey fell in love with the bass at a young age, thanks to his parents cranking the bass knob to 11 on their stereo. He started playing double bass at the age of 10 and picked up the bass guitar at age 14. Later, he built his first website (in 1995). For years, he wanted to blend his passion for bass and the web into a single project and launched No Treble in 2009. Corey is also the Director of Web Services at Knucklepuck.

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Dirty Loops: Songs for Lovers – Pink Power
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Dirty Loops: Songs for Lovers – Pink Power

Dirty Loops keeps bringing some excellent videos and tunes in their “Songs for Lovers” series. In this one, Henrik Linder and the band perform “Pink Power.”

Reader Spotlight: Francisco Javier
Reader Spotlight

Reader Spotlight: Francisco Javier

Meet Francisco Javier, who has had a long and windy road down the musical path. Francisco began playing bass at an early age, putting it down, and picking it up again 30 years after. Here’s his story...

Mark Lettieri Group: Gigantactis (Live)
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Mark Lettieri Group: Gigantactis (Live)

It’s always great to see a video with Wes Stephenson hit the feed. In this clip, Wes performs with the Mark Lettieri Group for a live-streamed show at the Guitar Sanctuary in McKinney, TX on Aug. 22, 2020.

Mike Portnoy, Stuart Hamm, Paulie Z, Walter Ino: YYZ
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Mike Portnoy, Stuart Hamm, Paulie Z, Walter Ino: YYZ

Back in July, Mike Portnoy, Stu Hamm, Paulie Z, Walter Ino got together virtually to record something in support of the David Z Foundation. They chose Rush’s “YYZ” as the tune, and Stu threw in some cool slap and tap lines throughout.

Joel Hoekstra/Dino Jelusick/Virgil Donati/Tony Franklin: Stormbringer
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Joel Hoekstra/Dino Jelusick/Virgil Donati/Tony Franklin: Stormbringer

Earlier this week, Joel Hoekstra, Dino Jelusick, Virgil Donati, and Tony Franklin participated in the Six String Salute virtual concert to benefit music industry crew members. Check out their take on Deep Purple’s “Stormbringer.”

Faces: Stay with Me
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Faces: Stay with Me

The Faces “Stay with Me” is one of my all-time favorites, thanks in large part to Ronnie Lane’s all-time great bass line. Here’s a clip of the band performing the tune on the BBC program “Sounds For Saturday” on October 26, 1971.

Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (August 2020)
Top Ten

Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (August 2020)

August was a great month for videos on No Treble. Reader views were up, and there’s quite a diverse line-up this time around. Here are your top 10 favorite videos for the month.

Teodoras Balciauskis: Still
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Teodoras Balciauskis: Still

No Treble reader Teodoras Balciauskis reached out to us with a new video he’s recently recorded. “This one features multiple interesting bass playing techniques and blends in electronic music to bring together such an emotional piece,” he shared.

Scott King: Centennial (Washing Machine) Blues
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Scott King: Centennial (Washing Machine) Blues

Scott King sent us this video, and we’re digging the creativity (and the tune!) “I wrote this tune based on the sound I heard from a washing machine... basically a really fast train groove (I actually slowed it down to 160 bpm),” he shared.

Melvin Lee Davis: J-Dub Walkin’
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Melvin Lee Davis: J-Dub Walkin’

The great Melvin Lee Davis just dropped an epic video featuring a brand-new tune. Written by Davis and keyboardist Mike Cee Carpenter, here’s the funky “J-Dub Walkin’.”

The Immediate Family: Slippin’ and Slidin’
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The Immediate Family: Slippin’ and Slidin’

The Immediate Family are rocking in this new video they shared a few days ago. And Leland Sklar is looking mighty cool in this one too.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Knife-Edge (1970)
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Emerson, Lake & Palmer: Knife-Edge (1970)

Here’s another fantastic clip from The Beat-Club’s archives, which features Emerson, Lake & Palmer performing live at The Lyceum Theatre in London. By some strange coincidence, this performance of “Knife-Edge” was recorded exactly 50 years ago today.