Stevie Wonder – Sir duke Unison part

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here is the bass part of the unison with the horns. There is a slow version on the second half of the video.

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matorel said,

April 20, 2011 @ 9:50 pm

Je suis un saintongeais exilé à Lyon… mais ça explique pas seulement le travail que je dois fournir pour sortir quelque chose de ma basse ^^.

Allez, au boulôt, encore et encore.

pudsy440 said,

April 13, 2011 @ 9:15 pm

Nice dude … you pretty much ran out of frets at 0:35 … good thing fender put enough frets on that bass :) Good lesson!

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