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New plateau of bass technique

Discussion in 'Technique [BG]' started by larrikin, Jan 3, 2004.

  1. larrikin


    Jan 3, 2004
    For those with a predilection for multiple-stop harmonics; check out www.q-tuner.com His mastery of playing harmonics on electric bass is truly inconceivable
  2. andrewd


    Sep 5, 2003
    its early yet… that website completely went over my head. this sound sample is amazing though! care to explain, if you can? :p
  3. JMX

    JMX Vorsprung durch Technik

    Sep 4, 2000
    Cologne, Germany
    Didn't somebody post this a while back?
    To post sounddemos as wav (16 and 48 MB!) is pretty lame IMO.

    Sounds very Manringish to me ;)

    But it's very cluttered and incoherent IMO, great technique (depending how much was fixed after recording), but no "songwriting" as far as I can tell.
  4. HeavyDuty

    HeavyDuty Supporting Curmudgeon Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

    Jun 26, 2000
    Suburban Chicago, IL
    Spam, or not? New member, first post. Hmmmm.

    In any case, not about Basses. Moved.
  5. Wrong Robot

    Wrong Robot Guest

    Apr 8, 2002
    It does sound very manringish only with a brighter tone.

    It does feel very choppy though, very cool sounds, but like...eh? what's going on, it sounds like someone is warming up, not actually playing a song.

    I tried to download the high res version, but there was an error, twice....oh well.
  6. Blackbird

    Blackbird Moderator Supporting Member

    Mar 18, 2000
    Off to technique with youse...
  7. Pretty neat stuff. I wouldn't call it inconceivable though, I think there's quite a few guys doing solo work that do that sort of thing, especially Manring.