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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by bassplayer4893, Jun 23, 2008.
What kin of precision bass does he use?
'72 I believe, passive with seymour duncan spb-3's
He has a few but his main bass I'm sure is a '72 with a SD 1/4 pounder and badass bridge.
is it an american p bass?
oh an i saw them live on friday, it was sweet, best of the 80's
Steve is one of those great players who could pick up any bass in the world and sound like Steve Harris.
Not really my fave band ever, but Steve's a top player for that style of stuff nonetheless.
72 Fender Precision (There were only american made ones back then) fitted with: Badass II Bridge, Mirrorpickguard and custom made Seymour Duncan SPB-1 pickups, Specially wired to be as close as possible to the original pickup.
This is the truth, dont challenge me on it.
Rule 753.2c - never challenge a Scandinavian in a heavy metal discussion.
thanks for the pup correction
Now, This is very true! We usualy know our metal!
That i have been a Die hard Harris fan since I started playing probaly counts as well.
Why do neither of his kids play bass?
One sings and the other plays guitar.
He's pretty much the best bassist, yet none of his kids play. It confuses me
Because most kids don't think it's cool to be exactly like their dad, even if their dad is Steve Harris.
Oh, that's a sig.
The guy have 7 children, might be that one of 'em play bass. Lauren playd bass in the "Holy Smoke" video!
Check the music video, it's hilarious!!
BTW, Lauren is in there at the end.
2 second clip, Little girl, big blue bass, Atleast i think its Lauren, the age fits, but then again, he have alot of kids
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Check my post below it.
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Yeah, I saw it. Have seen that vid a couple of times, I like the part with janick and the toy guitar