Pete O’Neill sent us his latest video, and it was an ambitious solo bass project. Check out his arrangement of the Counting Crows’ “Colorblind.”
Pete O’Neill recently covered “Cello Strings on a Bass Sound Unbelievable“, a song by Charles Berthoud. Pete sent us a new video tutorial for the song - based on a lot of requests - with the notation and tab.
Pete O’Neill has been busy. He just shared his latest video with us, and it was the result of a lot of work. In this clip, he takes on Charles Berthoud’s “Cello Strings on Bass Sound Unbelievable” on his Whalebass.
Pete O’Neill is helping us get in the holiday spirit with this new video he just sent us: a beautiful bass arrangement of “The Christmas Song”. We’re digging the sound of that fretless Whalebass!
Pete O’Neill shared another video with us, which is another fantastic take on a theme song. Check out his solo fretless bass work on “Green Bird” from “Cowboy Bebop” - and that beautiful Whalebass.
Pete O’Neill sent us this video in celebration of Halloween. He said he wanted to try something different this year, so he recorded his version of “I Remember My Name” from Episode 6 of “Squid Game”.
Pete O’Neill sent us his newest video, and we’re impressed as always. In this clip, Pete turns The Cars’ hit “Drive” into a solo fretless bass arrangement.
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”.