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36-String Bass Solo

36-String Bass Solo

A while back, musician Davie504 performed a solo on a crazy 24-string bass guitar. Now, he’s back to blow up his prior record with an even more insane instrument – a bass with 36 strings. You’re gonna need some extra fingers next time, Davie.

Bohemian Rhapsody on Bass

Bohemian Rhapsody on Bass

Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody is an incredibly challenging song to play when you have the proper instruments. To prove his bass-playing chops, musician Zander Zon managed to perform a compelling rendition entirely on his bass guitar. We’re amazed that he was able to extract such range from the 4-string instrument.

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Cardboard Bass Guitar

Cardboard Bass Guitar

While we’re not convinced that Davie504’s handmade cardboard bass guitar will hold up to extended playing, we’re still impressed that it sounds as good as it does. It’s good to know there’s another use for all of those Amazon boxes we get every week.

25 Bass Solo

25 Bass Solo

Musician Davie504 strung together footage of him playing 25 different bass guitars from his collection to form a single, cohesive bass solo. We love ourselves a good slap bass funk riff – though we’re feeling the strange urge to play some ToeJam and Earl now.

Literal Red Hot Chili Peppers

Literal Red Hot Chili Peppers

Musician Davie504 was asked by a fan if he could play some Red Hot Chili Peppers with an actual red hot chili pepper. Aiming to please, he obliged, and turned in a delicious medley of the band’s spicy blend of alternative, rap, rock, and funk flavors.

Fidget Strummer

Fidget Strummer

The fidgetspinnerpocalypse is upon us, and these kinetic toys are everywhere now. Musician Davie504 thought he’d try something different than just wasting time with his fidget spinner, and used it to strum the strings on his bass guitar. Turns out it’s perfect for surf rock.

24-String Bass

24-String Bass

Christopher “C3” Cardone of Kalium Strings shows off “Godzilla” – a custom-built bass guitar which has 24 of his company’s strings. Stick around, and you’ll also be treated to a demo of their .266 gauge strings, which produce ridiculously deep bass notes.

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