L337 Shuffle blues bass in G

FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites Letting the top notes ring to give the blues bass line a fuller sound. Played on a 5 strings Fbass VF5 bass, but the general idea can be executed on a 4 string apart from the low D.

slagheap said,

May 27, 2012 @ 5:19 am

…not to say we shouldn’t all continue to donate!

slagheap said,

May 27, 2012 @ 5:13 am

nice tone on that bass!
@Lynch, i think the newer lick-of-the-day riffs are no longer available that way – only offered individually as a ( paid ) download, unless i’m mistaken…

Lynch said,

April 21, 2012 @ 8:10 pm

It looks like it is getting time to donate again the highest tab I have is 303 and I really like the Bluesy- Jazzy licks. I am sitting in regular now with a Blues band, plus a collection of guitar and harmonica players and different drummers who happen to show up.

Dades said,

February 11, 2012 @ 11:30 pm

Thomas Good evening, thank you for giving your time and put your knowledge has the reach of all. I play bass recently, and I discover an exciting world. I sent you a small fee. listen to you play is a delight, and makes me want to move. Thanks again Have a nice evening. Eric PS: excuse my English which is more approximate!


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