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Getting that James Jamerson type 'Vintage Tone' - Lesson with Scott Devine

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by devine, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. devine

    devine Supporting Member

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    Hey guys, another lesson for ya!

    I'm sure you've been in a situation before where the bass your playing might not quite suit the 'vibe' of the song.

    You know what I mean... you wish you had a super modern tone for some songs and a vintage tone for others...

    This happens to me all the time... and in the heat of battle - theatre pits etc sometimes there's simply not enough time to start swopping basses etc!

    Well... In this new lesson I'll show you exactly how I get around this issue with a technique I use ALL the time.

    Check it out... http://scottsbasslessons.com/get-the-james-jamerson-vintage-bass-tone

    Over and out,

    Scott.
  2. Tieiririyi

    Tieiririyi

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    Hi Scott,

    Awesome lesson, been trying to find a lesson on this technique.
  3. devine

    devine Supporting Member

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    Ahhh... glad you enjoyed it man!

    Scott ;)
  4. benjamin_danger

    benjamin_danger

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    I noticed you used some "sexy notes" in the example. Lol. I dug it.
  5. devine

    devine Supporting Member

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    Lol... Yup... I did ;)

    Glad you enjoyed the lesson man!

    Scott ;)

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