Hi everybody. Salvador "Sal" Cuevas is one of the biggest names in Salsa world, a top class bassist who has influenced people like Lincoln Goines. He plays Salsa basslines with great taste, tone and authority and they're not difficult to duplicate (at least the notes), but there's something in his style that I don't know how to play. He has a "signature lick", a two (or three?)-note glissando that doesn't seem difficult to play, but there's something that makes it so distinctive and I can't figure what is it. The bass' tone plays a big role in that, but I think it's not the only factor involved. The attached zip has two examples for you to hear and give me some input on how would you play that glissando if you're trying to imitate Sal's style. Thank you very much in advance.