Yesterday, we shared the news of Charles Berthoud’s new Schecter signature bass. Here’s another video of Charles showcasing it, with an excellent performance of “Crash.”
Bass virtuoso and YouTube sensation Charles Berthoud has teamed up with Schecter for a new signature bass. The CB-4, which comes in right and left-handed versions, features an ash body, a flamed maple top, a walnut and padauk neck with carbon fiber reinforcements, and a rosewood fingerboard.
Charles Berthoud shared a great video on his BassCamp channel, where he dives into topics to design a practice routine for bassists. In this video, he breaks things down with seven tips.
We’re gearing up for Halloween with the help of Charles Berthoud. His latest in the “Hardest Song In The World” series focuses on the “Ghostbusters” theme song.
Charles Berthoud took the Bill Withers hit, “Ain’t No Sunshine,” and turned it into a spectacular solo piece for acoustic bass guitar.
Charles Berthoud published an entertaining video where he constructed a metal tune with his metal fretless bass, a fretted bass, some drums, and keyboards.
Charles Berthoud has been posting videos to YouTube for a decade, and in the last few years, his channel has blown up. Now he’s launching a second channel.
Charles Berthoud took Linkin Park’s “In The End” and made it unique. Joined by guitarist Bernth, Charles navigates the song using many techniques.
For this new video, Charles Berthoud said, “This is what 25 YEARS of bass and piano practice looks like. Fretless bass + piano is such a nice combination.” Enjoy his song, “No Longer.”
Charles Berthoud once again broke out the fretless, and then he played Polyphia’s “Playing God” on it.
In 1985, “Axel F” was a monster hit. Charles Berthoud, inspired by Crazy Frog, took the tune and added his usual magic.
Charles Berthoud takes things to a different level in this new video. Watch him take a double-neck basstar and put together something excellent.