Hey all... Hoping you seasoned bass guys can offer a little wisdom. I'm a guitar player.. and in the process of recording my 3rd instrumental guitar record. For many reasons that I'll spare you of, I want to play the bass on my own this time around. My first two records were a combo of synth bass played by me, and "real" bass done by session guys. I got myself a good bass and really enjoying playing it and super excited about the new tunes and thinking of the larger picture of the guitar and bass as a unit... So I'm a few tunes into my record, and a friend who's a monster bass player suggested that while the part was "played great, I can tell it was played by a guitar player"... which begs the question: How does a guitar player suddenly think like a bass player? What do you guys think like that is un-guitar like? What would be some things I can do to have it sound like a "real" bass player? Funny thing is, whenever I have had bass players audition for my band, I can tell in five minutes if they are bass players that STARTED on the bass, or guitar players that took a different path. I don't know WHAT it is that separates the two paths, I only know I can tell the difference.... and now I want to adapt a little of that "bass player vibe" and wondering what the elusive secret method be? Thanks in advance!