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  • O.T. Like, Oh My Gawd!

     

    Now that's a bassist! Damn, incredible speed and clarity.

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  • #2

    Come on. Everyone knows you can't play four strings and be a great bassist. Wutsa matta with you?

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    • quickie1
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      Minning Around wrote:

      Come on. Everyone knows you can't play four strings and be a great bassist. Wutsa matta with you?


      Excellent point! .png" alt=":smileytongue:" title="Smiley Tongue" />


  • #3
    Stu-ie! Every time I've seen him with Satch, he got 15 or 20 minutes, and he used it well.
    Stumblin' thru da ghost town.....

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    • cdawg
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      i've always preferred vic wooten, as far as bass solos go. far more tasteful.

    • chuckgp
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      DesertDirtDog wrote:
      Stu-ie! Every time I've seen him with Satch, he got 15 or 20 minutes, and he used it well.

      Saw him on the first Satch tour, with Mover.  Awesome.

      Lugged out one of Satch's Marshalls, put refreshments on the tour bus.

      An honor.


  • #4

    The guy is an incredible player, no doubt. But this video exemplifies why basses are not so good for multiple notes or chords unless in the higher octaves. The bass notes are just too muddy when played together.


    Great skill, though.

    "If there is anything that links the human to the divine, it is the courage to stand by a principle when everybody else rejects it." -- Abraham Lincoln

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