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The real bassist is the one that is himself, and if playing with a pick is you being just that then I would never worry about that again.
The man has great skills, some of the older youtube stuff he has is incredible, he absolutely smashes it on the joy to the world video.
Nice tune but I agree, sounds like its played more like a bar of 4 and a bar of 3 rather than single bars of 7.
Cool tune though, i couldnt of...
also, learn chord extensions and inversions. Playing jazz is all about chord tones!
I would recommend as far as standards are concerned that you should buy a real book. That will have chord progressions and melody transcriptions...
I've got the four string version, I just put in a j retro deluxe and a pair of nordstrand nj4sv's this week.
The bass sounds absolutely...
passive jazz bass with a decent set of Pups,electronics have to be quiet.
besides, back to the OP.
People can play what they want and they can do do whatever they want with it. At the end of the day it's thier money.
You've basically described fender Japan.
I prefer dead roundwounds up to around 9-12 months. I find after that time they go too dead and sound muddy. I find strings have a sweet spot for...
I'd avoid stainless steel strings if I were you, try Nickel wounds, Ernie balls are my favourite
Bobby Mcferrin too, all his bass lines are sung like 'dont worry be happy' but they are amazing, must get round to transcribing some!