As we said a while back, it is so great to see Viaceslav Svedov back making videos. Here’s a new one by him, with a funky slap version of Metallica’s “Creeping Death”. Viaceslav calls it “Creeping Slap.”
Viaceslav Svedov is back! He said this he hasn’t posted a video since 2015, and we’ve missed him. In this new video, he broke out his Music Man StingRay 40th Anniversary “Old Smoothie” bass to perform what he calls “Nasty Funk.”
Viaceslav Svedov has shared many great solo bass performances over the years. Time for another one. This time around, Viaceslav takes on Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” as a solo bass arrangement.
Videos by Viaceslav Svedov have been in short supply lately. But that all changed when he shared this “remake” video of him performing Celso Zymon’s “Desert Eagle”. We’re glad Viaceslav is back.
The internet is a wonderful thing. Gregor Fris from BasstheWorld.com put together this epic bass jam with 29 bassists from all over the world for a stunning display of the instrument’s diversity. The bassists in order of appearance are Federico Malaman, Lars Lehmann, Trip Wamsley, Or Lubianiker, Hyunmo Kim (aka “hjfreaks”), Ralf Gauck, Zander Zon, Nathan Navarro, Miki Santamaria, Nik...
Viaceslav Svedov amazes me and cracks me up whenever he gets the ContraBass Balalaika out and plays. Here’s a video where he’s decided to add distortion to the mix and rock out to Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll”. Oh yeah.
November 27th is Jimi Hendrix’s birthday. Bassist Viaceslav Svedov decided to share his “small tribute to a big legend” on that day, which would have been Hendrix’s 72nd birthday. The tribute is a solo bass version of Hendrix’s Woodstock version of “Villanova Junction”, which Viaceslav does in his terrific style.
You just gotta love bassist Viaceslav Svedov, who brings great all-bass arrangements, tons of energy and plenty of epic bass faces in each of his videos. Here’s Viaceslav doing his thing with the Megadeth tune, “Train of Consequences”, from the band’s 1994 album, Youthanasia.
We’ve been following Viaceslav Svedov for some time now, and his videos are always highly entertaining to us. Viaceslav brings it all: amazing arrangements, amazing playing and amazing energy (including some epic bass faces). He took on a beast of a tune this time around, Primus’ “Tommy the Cat”, which of course features the one and only Les Claypool.
I did a double-take when I saw this new video by Viaceslav Svedov. That’s because Viaceslav decided to take the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Easily” and try it out on a Contrabass Balalaika. “…It’s freaking hard to play, but that beast sounds good!” Viaceslav said, adding “Thank YOU Mother Russia! … and thanks to RHCP.” What a beast! I had...
Two popular bassists on Youtube decided to get together to do a virtual bass collaboration. Here’s Viaceslav Svedov and Davide Biale (aka Davie504) doing their thing and having fun… especially Viaceslav.
You may have heard today is No Treble’s fourth birthday. So we decided to continue the celebration with the only kind of video that makes sense on a day like this. Here’s Viaceslav Svedov – one of our favorite bassists and friends we’ve discovered thanks to this magazine – doing his trademark thing, including great bass, great enthusiasm, and the...