Top Ten: The Best Bass Players, Videos & Gear
Time to kick back, relax, and enjoy some epic bass. Here are the top 10 reader favorite videos for the month of October 2020.
We can’t think of a better way to end the week than with our monthly celebration of the top 10 reader favorite bass videos on No Treble. Here are your favorites from the month of September 2020.
August was a great month for videos on No Treble. Reader views were up, and there’s quite a diverse line-up this time around. Here are your top 10 favorite videos for the month.
Time to clear your calendar for now, because it is time for us to celebrate a whole lot of bass goodness. Here are the top 10 reader favorite videos for the month of July.
Time to celebrate some serious bass goodness, in the form of our monthly top 10 reader favorite video list. Here are the 10 most-watched videos on No Treble for the month of June.
Time to kick back and enjoy a day full of bass goodness. Here’s one way to kick that off: the top 10 reader favorite bass videos for the month of May.
We love sharing excellent bass videos, and April was a great month for them. Here are the top 10 No Treble reader favorite videos for the month. Enjoy.
The new year kicked off well, thanks to some incredible bass videos on No Treble. Once again, the diversity is so cool to see. Here are your top 10 favorite videos for the month on January.
We closed out 2019 strong with some epic bass videos. Here are the top 10 most-watched videos for the month of December.
Thanks in part to reaching a huge goal here at No Treble HQ in 2019, Geddy Lee closes out our countdown as the #1 “Reader Favorite Bassist.” It is great to still see Geddy going strong.
Joe Dart was another busy bassist in 2019. As usual, he was a part of Vulfpeck, with an album, a Madison Square Garden concert, plus the Fearless Flyers, and more. But the biggest news was the announcement of his Ernie Ball Music Man signature bass.
2019 was an exciting year for Tal Wilkenfeld. Tal released her much-anticipated solo album, “Love Remains.” Tal supported the release with a tour, which produced a handful of videos along the way. This landed her at the #3 slot this year.