If you’re looking for the best bass guitars for worship, then it’s important to take some time researching the best options available. You want to find the perfect bass guitar for you and your church’s worship service. With so many brands and models of bass guitars on the market, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out which one is right for your needs.
The key is understanding what makes a good bass guitar for worship – from its tone to its functionality – and how it will fit into your existing setup. To help you on your journey, we brought in Worship Online instructor David Curran. David has years of professional experience playing with artists such as Kari Jobe, Elevation Worship, and currently tours with Lauren Daigle.
The Best Bass Guitars for Worship [Video]
In the video below, David has compiled a list of the best bass guitars for worship that have been tried and tested by himself and other professionals. From vintage styles to modern takes, these basses combine quality, affordability, and versatility – making sure at least one of these basses will be perfect for you.
Don’t miss this in-depth look into David’s favorite choices of bass guitars. He’s even going to cover their different woods, necks, pickups, and everything else you need to know to find the perfect bass for you.
In this video, David goes through each bass and explains why they are a great choice, as well as plays each in a worship song so you can hear it’s unique sound. So you’ll even walk away knowing exactly how to use it in a worship setting. Watch now below!
Bass Guitars Covered
- Precision Bass by Fender
- Jazz Bass by Fender
- PJ Bass by Fender
- Stringray 5 String Bass by Ernie Ball
- Mustang Short-Scale Bass by Fender
Worship Songs Demoed
- Glorious Day – Passion
- Beautiful Day – Jesus Culture
- Good Grace – Hillsong United
- Who You Say I Am – Hillsong Worship
Click the link above to watch part 2 of this video where David is going to go in-depth on his personal basses, how he tweaks them to get the perfect sound, and how he uses them in a worship setting. Don’t miss this video! Click the link above!
What are YOUR favorite basses for worship and why? We’d love to know! Tell us in the comments below.
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- Worship Bass Guitar Tone 101 – Direct Boxes & Pedals
- Using a Sub Bass Synth in Worship
- How Bass and Drums Work Together
- Episode 11 – Interview with David Curran [PODCAST]
- What Every Worship Leader Needs to Know About Worship Guitar Tone