Vulfpeck – Lost My Treble Long Ago Sequence

This sequence is the funky bass line from Vulfpeck‘s “Lost My Treble Long Ago” played by groundbreaking bassist, Joe Dart.

Background

Vulfpeck has been my favorite band for the last 5 years or so. One of my closest music friends recommended them while dropping me off at LAX and my flight back to Chicago turned out to be a turning point in my musical listening life.

Their infections grooves have grown to be my go-to musical pick me up for any situation: long drives, cleaning my house, workouts, dinner parties, and just about every other situation you could imagine. I love how their instrumental songs can add some background color to your day, or provide limitless depth for a focused listening session.

The biggest reason I am drawn to them is because each member of the band plays every song as if they are a soloist. Reminiscent of the mind blowing virtuoso band members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Muse, Vulfpeck somehow gets their squad of soloists to fit together to create a product so fun, you can’t help but want to dance or sing along.

Bassist Joe Dart has a special knack for bass fills that get me fired up, wanting to practice, and grateful that I get to play music every day.

Sequence

Strive for a rounded, punch, and deep sound to match Dart’s signature bass sound. Make sure to keep your pulse steady and grooving.

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