Steve DiGiorgio

Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by thyjesterace, Feb 18, 2014.


  1. thyjesterace

    thyjesterace

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    A damn god of the fretless bass,Steve has worked with a lot of bands like Death,Sadus,Control Denied,Testament,Dark Hall,Quo Vadis,Iced Earth....


    Some of his memorable performances :



    What do you think about him and his technique?
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  2. metalstorm

    metalstorm Supporting Member

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    He has come up with some great creative metal bass lines. I liked his work with Testament, Quo Vadis, and Iced Earth. That said, I did not really for the newest incarnation of his live tone. A bit to clacky for my tastes
  3. thyjesterace

    thyjesterace

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    true,the old-school sound from the 90's and 80's has changed, in a bad way
  4. Apocalypse Dude

    Apocalypse Dude

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    His playing on Death's Individual Thought Patterns is awesome.
  5. DeathFromBelow

    DeathFromBelow Give Me Chocolate! Gold Supporting Member

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    Sadus. 'Nuff said.
  6. Matt285

    Matt285

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    Steve is the main reason why I picked up the bass recently, along with the bassist the did cynics "focus" album,
    Brewer, chancellor etc.but Steve's by
    Far my favorite! Glad to see he's got some love here.
  7. Rev J

    Rev J

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    I've adopted the name "Changing Weather" for the band projects I put together from the Dark Hall song.

    C/S,
    Rev J
  8. Hues

    Hues

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    see Burn Notice
  9. Boom762

    Boom762 Hartke Whore - I AM the one who Booms! Supporting Member

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    LOVE his work. There arent tons of bassists out there that I feel comfortable sahing are the top tier of talent on the planet. DiGeorgio is one I can throw in that tier no problem.

    Instead of all these "talent" shows on tv for pop and hiphop culture, Id love to get a show up where bands or individual artists compete in plahing each others' music. I cojld see him crushing the souls of a lot of pro bass players.
  10. rsm

    rsm

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    +1

    one of my favs / influences. why I got my first fretless back in the day
  11. fretlessfuzz2112

    fretlessfuzz2112 Supporting Member

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    Recently took a look at Steve's pedal board. He loves DOD 1979945_735155116535359_3042066410516117785_o.jpg
  12. higain617

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    Steve is amazing and I'm not even a big fretless fan. But, in recent years, he has gotten REALLY high in the mix and his tone is very clacky.

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