It wouldn’t be much of a Bass Cover Week without including bassist Viaceslav Svedov. There’s a ton to choose from, and we ultimately picked his cover of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets”, posted earlier this year. One of the commenters renamed it “FUNKALLICA, Master of Slapping”. Awesome.
Bass Cover Week on No Treble continues! We’re celebrating awesome cover tunes that feature bass in unique and awesome ways. If you have a video to share (by you or by someone else), we’d love to hear from you. Drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Brian Storey shares this video of bassist Thomas Morgan performing an awesome bass version of...
In the early ’70’s, music shops in England banned (and even fined) guitarists for playing “Stairway to Heaven” in the stores. (I seem to remember quite a few talent shows at as a kid that would have benefitted from this rule). This even inspired the scene in Wayne’s World, when Wayne started playing the Led Zeppelin classic before a salesman...
This week is Bass Cover Week on No Treble, and we’re celebrating awesome cover tunes that feature bass in unique and awesome ways. If you have a video to share (by you or by someone else), we’d love to hear from you. Drop us a note at email@example.com. We first featured Steve Metcalf and his incredible take on the Red...
In honor of Halloween, here’s bassist BumDog2112 (aka Shawn) performing The Munsters theme song the way we like it. Shawn says, “One of my favorite things to goof around with. Always gets a laugh out of anyone I play it for.” We dig it. Happy Halloween!
Bassist Uriah Duffy took the stage with the Jazz Mafia to celebrate Prince’s birthday recently. Here, the bassist performs Prince’s “I Wanna Be Your Lover” with two beat boxers – Infinite and Soulati – as an opening set.
Filmed live at ?the Canadian Guitar Festival in Ontario last July, Michael Manring took the stage with his headless Zon bass and some slow blues. He eventually works up to a faster pace, leading him in to a rockin’ all-bass version of “Born to Be Wild”.
Bassist Todd Matthews gets the Led out with his unique double bass arrangement of Led Zeppelin’s tune “Kashmir.”
When I first saw the following video by 23-year-old Italian bassist 6nikola9 a while back I thought, “Cool! That’s how I want to making videos”. Check out his bass multi-track version of The Beatles’ classic “All You Need is Love”:
Jason, aka slapinfunk plays Jaco Pastorius’ Reza on his Ken Smith BSR6EG fretless. Want to promote a player? Drop us a note!