Viaceslav Svedov shares his latest video, this time featuring double the bass as he’s joined by Davide Biale. Viaceslav says he normally doesn’t like projects with more than one bassist, but after performing with Davide, he’s a fan.
There’s no denying Flea’s influence on bassist Viaceslav Svedov. Here’s Viaceslav showing some love and playing through a number of Chili Pepper tunes. As always, this video comes with some great bass faces.
Viaceslav Svedov is back with a new all-bass cover. This time, the versatile bassist takes on Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Look Around”. Complete with the classic Viaceslav bass faces.
A couple of month’s ago, we introduced Double “V” Projection, the collaboration between bassist Viaceslav Svedov and drummer Valentin Tarasov. The duo record remotely, with Viaceslav in Cologne, Germany and Valentin from Moscow. Here again are the guys, this time with their bass and drum cover of the Red Hot Chili Pepper’s “Under the Bridge”. Nice and groovy.
This great version of the Bob Marley classic “No Woman, No Cry” was arranged by popular YouTube bassist Viaceslav Svedov, a talented young musician known for his hard-hitting covers of popular bass-driven songs.
Viaceslav Svedov just keeps blowing us away. Here’s Viaceslav and his “Double V Projection” project, which includes drummer Valentin Tarasov. In this video, the duo takes on Bela Fleck & The Flecktones’ “Sinister Minister”. Holy smokes. And as an added bonus, here’s the Flecktones doing their version:
Viaceslav Svedov typically offers super high energy takes on a variety of all-bass cover tunes. Here, he shows a more laid back style with one terrific cover of Bob Marley’s beautiful “No Woman, No Cry”. Is there anything Viaceslav can’t do? Editor’s note: We loved this so much, we decided to transcribe it. Check it out.
Viaceslav Svedov slows things down a bit (for him) with this awesome all-bass cover of Rush’s “Tom Sawyer”, in his latest video. This guy can do it all.
It wouldn’t be much of a Bass Cover Week without including bassist Viaceslav Svedov. There’s a ton to choose from, and we ultimately picked his cover of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets”, posted earlier this year. One of the commenters renamed it “FUNKALLICA, Master of Slapping”. Awesome.
Always great to see videos from Viaceslav Svedov. Here’s a recent one, with his all-bass take on the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Hump de Bump”. What kind of coffee do you think Viaceslav drinks? I’ll take some.
As long as Viaceslav Svedov keeps producing these videos, we’re going to keep showcasing him. In this video, Viaceslav does his bass-only version of Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze”. Wow.
While this isn’t the highest quality video out there, we couldn’t pass up the chance to feature it. Bassist Viaceslav Svedov took Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)” and Marcus Miller’s “Power” and mashed it up into a great solo bass performance.