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Discussion in 'The BASS Place' started by El Hefe, Jun 23, 2012.
Mine would have to be Mike Dirnt's from Greenday mostly the old 90's stuff
Who's is yours?
Here's the best cover i could find of the same song, j.a.r.
jack bruce or chris layton
This, or anything Geddy lee
That too. And Kim Gordon
For tone I like Paul McCartney from Sgt Peppers & later.
When I`m Sixty Four, Lovely Rita, Come Together & Get Back come to mind (but there are so many more). Paul just had that sound. Take care. Bob
Oh Dinosaur Jr has my vote too! fantastic band.
James Jamerson sounded collosal considering the recording equipment of the day - but I think it's his note choice and phrasing I really like moreso than the tone.
Many to list, but i'll stick with him.
Sheehan, Butler, Harris and of course Duck. All classic P tones, all totally different from each other.
Tony Levin, Bruce Thomas, Macca
Jamerson and Duck Dunn on PBasses and Tommy Shannon on a Jazz Bass.
Duck Dunn. period.
Flea's sound from RHCP's "Blood Sugar Sex Magik". Nothing can beat Wal Mk. II
I also love Paul Simonon's Epiphone Rivoli sound from The Clash'es "London Calling" and the unique clanky sound Steve Harris does on his P-Bass.
Whomever is playing a P bass.
From motown to surf to punk to indie.
John Archer, bassist of Hunters & Collectors, has a great P-Bass sound, especially on the live The Way to Go Out.
Another vote for James Jamerson and Duck Dunn.
Justin Chancellor from Tool