Top Ten: The Best Bass Players, Videos & Gear
What can you say that hasn’t already been said about John Paul Jones? An all-time favorite for many of us, Jones has been featured many times over the years on No Treble. JPJ made this year’s “Reader Favorite Bassists” list, at the #6 slot.
Has there ever been a year Victor Wooten didn’t make the annual top 10 list? I don’t remember one. Vic had some exciting news to share in 2019, as well as some of his incredible videos, placing him at #7 on this year’s “Reader Favorite Bassists” list.
Tim Lefebvre was a busy man in 2019. After leaving the Tedeschi Trucks Band in late 2018, the bassist was part of a variety of projects, including signing on with The Black Crowes in November. He lands at #8 on the 2019 “Reader Favorite Bassists” list.
In May, Rocco Prestia announced he was working on his first solo album in 20 years. Of course, his work with Tower of Power is always popular, including the videos we shared in 2019. This landed him at #9 on this year’s “Reader Favorite Bassists” list.
Leland Sklar is no stranger to the annual “Reader Favorite Bassists,” and he makes it once again for 2019. One of the most sought-after bassists on the scene, we featured some exciting news - and some great videos - that landed him on this year's list.
We’ve been running our Bass of the Week feature every week since 2011 with the goal of “showcasing low-end instruments ranging from beautiful to bizarre.” Of the 50-plus basses we featured in 2019, here are the top 10 reader favorites.
We covered the news of more than 80 new bass models coming out in 2019. These 10 got the most attention (and views) from No Treble readers throughout the year.
We share a video every day of the year. Of the nearly 365 videos we shared in 2019, here are the top 10 reader favorites. These videos have been watched tens of thousands of times, including a bunch of views by us too.
Our bass lessons and transcriptions get a lot of views, which means you all are staying busy. And that’s awesome. Here are the top 10 reader favorite lessons and transcriptions we shared over the course of 2019.
Throughout 2019, we covered nearly 100 new bass pedals and effects stories. This list makes up the top 10 reader favorites for the year.
Damian Erskine’s popular “Ask” column ran for over 10 years. On December 4th, Damian announced he was taking a break. He still logged nearly a year’s worth of columns in 2019, covering theory, gigging, gear, and more. Here are the top 10 reader favorites.
We covered a ton of bass gear news this year, including plenty of amps. Here is the list of top 10 reader favorites for 2019.