Who´s your favorite bass player?

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Tom Sklenar

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Originally Posted by: stevelankford313

Well let's see, not sure i have a good edgemacated answer for that. Just seemed like some of those songs were built around Paul's bass lines. Angel, Help yourself, Solo at 6:14 on Another Man's Woman are worth a listen. The speed and those high notes would give me chills. Dude seemed so unassuming on stage, but when he would cut loose it could get serious. Just a regular guy that always comes to mind when i think of Kick Ass Bass!

There´s no doubt about it :-)

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Originally Posted by: stevelankford313

Well let's see, not sure i have a good edgemacated answer for that. Just seemed like some of those songs were built around Paul's bass lines. Angel, Help yourself, Solo at 6:14 on Another Man's Woman are worth a listen. The speed and those high notes would give me chills. Dude seemed so unassuming on stage, but when he would cut loose it could get serious. Just a regular guy that always comes to mind when i think of Kick Ass Bass!

There´s no doubt about it :-)

ooloncoluphid

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John Entwistle from The Who, of course. Chris Squire from Yes is another good one.

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John Entwistle from The Who, of course. Chris Squire from Yes is another good one.

bbriant

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Felix Pappaladi (sorry if spelt wrong) with cream for is improvising.

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Felix Pappaladi (sorry if spelt wrong) with cream for is improvising.

negan22267

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Cliff burton is awesome

Flea is my second

John deacon is underrated also

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Cliff burton is awesome

Flea is my second

John deacon is underrated also