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Name 2 favorite PBass players

Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by hotbass57, Oct 10, 2012.

  1. hotbass57

    hotbass57

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    Mars Cowling-Pat Travers Band-just listen to any early Travers. Outstanding bass lines.

    John Deacon-Queen-oustanding bass lines and smooth as a criminal.

    I have many more but these guys helped shape my playing........next
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    Tony Levin

    John Paul Jones
  3. bkbirge

    bkbirge Supporting Member

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    1. Paul Jackson from his Headhunters days. I don't think he plays P's now but there is no doubt that's what it is on that first Head Hunters recording.
    2. Rocco Prestia
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    Pino Palladino
    Willie Weeks
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    Duck Dunn - The Blues Brothers band, Booker T and the MG's

    Chi Cheng- The Deftones (Love their first 2 albums even to this day)

    :bassist:
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    Mike Dirnt
    John Deacon
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    Corevalay Supporting Member

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    +1000
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    Willie Weeks
    Rocco Prestia
    Bobby Vega

    Okay, I Know that's three.
  9. JimK

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    '70s era-
    Chuck Rainey
    Will Lee
  10. hotbass57

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    RIP-"Duck" the groove machine :)
    Willie Weeks-loved his playing with Dave Mason live album and I think he's with Clapton now?
    Forgot Rocco-TOP
    Chuck Rainey- with Steely Dan, bassist on Clapton's Let it Rain track.
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    DWBass The Funkfather Supporting Member

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    Freddie Washington
  12. Phalex

    Phalex Yeah, I've got the moves like Jagger. Supporting Member

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    Johnny B Gayden

    Ralphe Armstrong
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    Steve Harris and Geezer Butler, easily.
  14. bassfran

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    +1 for Duck.
    And that Jamerson guy was pretty great, too.
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    I have to say Deacon John is my favorite of the Precision guys, overall.

    I like Jeff Berlin's earlier modded Precision playing. I'm mentioning him more for name than anything. His Dean sounds even cooler, which is odd.

    The "complete" Precision man musta been Duck Dunn, though. The pipe, the stone simple lines...he was born for the Fender.
  16. jerry

    jerry Definitely not trending Gold Supporting Member

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    70's Will Lee, Jamerso, Willie Weeks, Chuck Rainey....a lot more....
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    I quite like Bruce Foxton and JJ Burnel
  18. JimK

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    In his early MO days, I recall Armstrong using a Jazz with a fretless P-bass neck....& a Maestro Brassmaster pedal.
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    Oh that ones easy!

    Steve Harris of Iron Maiden and ME!!!:hyper:
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    Tim Bogert (Cactus days)
    Jack Bruce

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