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Tips And Comments:
- Playing Technique:
Played with a pick next to the bridge pickup with middle strength. Bridge pickup volume at 0
- Gear Sound:
Added some mid frequencies and some treble
- About The Song:
I play some parts in downstrokes, i know. I really think there's different sound when you play only downstrokes in some parts of the song. You can choose the picking motion for every part, it's up to you!
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*All the tabs in this channel are created by me, if you have any advice in the transcription feel free to comment!
*Gear: Taurus t-24 Washburn 4 String Bass (D'addario .045 Standard Strings)/ Fred Stevens Les Paul Guitar/ Alesis Dm6 Drums - ESI Ugm-96 Interface - PC (Digital Processing)
We're halfway there
LEMON AND A PEAR
*Lizard on a chair
*Wizard at a fair
*a kitten on the stairs
*lipstick on a pear
*lenin on a square
*lincoln on a bear
*this meme is bad
*falling from the stairs
*blizzard on a snare
*a fart in the air
*a priest once raped me
I know this song well but I play fingerstyle...I am in my early 40s and have arthritis so playing with a pick is impossible because I can't use my thumb to mute the upper strings to kill overtones. I've read so many arguments between pick players and fingerstyle bassists. In my fifteen years of experience, I've gotta say it's a whole world to play with a pick. Fingerstyle players including myself, can mute overtones with our "plucking" fingers. With pick style, you have to learn to wrap your thumb over the fretboard to mute overtones on the E and A strings. Palm muting? Doesn't sound the same...too muffled, or in my case, quickly fatigued picking hand. I love the sound of a growly pick on bass, but because of my hands...I rely on my effects to mimic the pick sound. Cudos to you pick players!!!
When I play with a pick I use my right palm to mute the lower strings, a bit like palm muting but I don't have my hand turned as far as you would normally do with palm muting. I don't know if this will help at all but I manage to get by with it
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A cute turkey to begin with.
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