Pete O’Neill shared his latest video with us, and it is a beautiful solo fretless bass arrangement of “Change the Sheets” by Canadian singer/songwriter Kathleen Edwards.
Our friend Pete O’Neill sent us this video with his solo fretless bass arrangement of “Hold Me Now” by the Thompson Twins. This arrangement was part of his “The 80s” EP, released last year.
Pete O’Neill sent us his newest video, and this one has a lot of meaning. Here's his original tune, “Castles”, which marks his bass and vocal debut.
Our friend Pete O’Neill sent us his latest video, and it has a great story. Pete pulled the frets from his Ibanez AEB-10 and wrote a tribute song for it.
Pete O’Neill sent us a new video, and it has quite a story behind it. Check out his solo bass performance (and transcription) for Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect”.
Our friend Pete O’Neill sent us this video for this holiday season. In this clip, Pete takes the popular Christmas standard, “Christmas Time Is Here”, and performs it as a beautiful solo fretless arrangement.
Our friend Pete O’Neill shared a new video with us, with a tune he wrote after first discovering the music of Michael Manring. “I wanted to try to write something pretty like ‘The Enormous Room’, even though I didn’t have a Hyperbass,” Pete shared.
Our friend Pete O’Neill shared his latest video with us, and it has all the fretless goodness. Check out his performance of “Always Something There to Remind Me,” featuring his Nado Bajlo Whalebass.
Bassist and No Treble reader Pete O’Neill shared his video with us saying, “Always loved the 80s melodies. This one is ‘Take on Me’ By A-HA.”
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 [email protected] Bassist Pete O’Neill sent in links to his many bass cover tune performances. We enjoyed...