We’ve featured several “Top 5 Bass Lines” videos by Julia Hofer, but in this clip, she focuses on a single, monster one: James Jamerson’s iconic line on “What’s Going On”.
Julia Hofer’s “Top 5” videos are super popular around here, and this time she’s focusing on her favorite lines from The Bee Gees and the work of Maurice Gibb.
Julia Hofer is bringing it in this new video featuring one of the all-time great bass lines: James Jamerson’s work on “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”.
This is where the 2021 Reader Favorite Bassists list gets interesting. While the names so far are some of the biggest in the world of bass, the web has given us exposure to many other talented bassists. One of those is Julia Hofer, who lands at #4.
Julia Hofer’s “Top 5 Bass Lines” videos are always a big hit around here. She’s just published a new one, focusing on the music of ABBA and the bass lines of Rutger Gunnarsson and Mike Watson.
Julia Hofer has been bringing it with her “Top 5 Bass Lines” series. Here’s the latest, celebrating the bass lines of Kool & The Gang.
Julia Hofer is back with another “Top 5” video, and this time, she’s focusing on the incredible work of Pino Palladino. Choosing just 5 bass lines by Pino seems next to impossible, so Julia narrowed it down to some of her all-time favorites.
Julia Hofer is back with another great video showcasing one of the great bass lines. In this one, Julia Hofer plays along with Stevie Wonder’s “Do I Do”. If that’s not enough, Julia shows off her multi-tasking skills to David504.
Julia Hofer has shared some excellent videos on her top bass five lines by Carol Kaye and Leland Sklar. Now she’s focusing on the work of Geddy Lee.
I’ve really been enjoying the videos Julia Hofer has been creating with Thomann’s Guitars & Basses. In this one, she takes on Joe Dart’s funky bass line on the Vulfpeck tune, “Back Pocket”.
After recently discovering the video series featuring Julia Hofer, I’ve been checking out a lot of the entries. In this one, Julia picked her favorite bass lines from Carol Kaye’s massive catalog and played along to the tracks.
Trying to narrow down any list of tracks by Leland Sklar is quite the challenge. But Julia Hofer did the work to put together her case for her top five bass lines by the legend.