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This is a Mustang Bass Workout

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by hsech, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. hsech

    hsech Your opinion doesn't trump mine. Gold Supporting Member

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  2. bass_case

    bass_case Used Register Supporting Member

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    Awesome vid. Didn't know he played a Mustang, funny there's a sunburst P on the stand.

    Used to play "Pick up the Pieces" with 7-piece band in the 70s. Good fun.
  3. hsech

    hsech Your opinion doesn't trump mine. Gold Supporting Member

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    I didn't know he played a Mustang either until I saw this vid. The mustang sounds good. I couldn't tell what amp he was playing through. Those guys were really popular in the early 70's.
  4. agent77

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    I got a feeling that song will be stuck in my head all day tomorrow.
  5. hsech

    hsech Your opinion doesn't trump mine. Gold Supporting Member

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    You have to admit it's a cool groove.
  6. Old Fart

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    I did the same in the '70's with a 9-piece. We played for sorority and fraternity parties. That was a LOT of fun.

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