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Old 2005-11-28, 13:13
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classical bass

i love playing classical tunes on my bass,it may not be metal but it helps your playing so much, and It would be really cool to hear if anyone else out there rocks out to classical stuff like me with Bach.

Ill post some tabs later on of a couple Bach inventions!!!

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Old 2005-11-28, 15:09
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hell yes on the upright correct??? my fav classical is called russian sailors dance
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Old 2005-11-29, 11:23
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hell yes on the upright correct??? my fav classical is called russian sailors dance


not even on the upright. I play all of the songs I know on the electric. Im learning the prelude in C right now.
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Old 2005-11-29, 11:28
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heres the first tab, the intro to Bachs 4th invention!!!

-------------------------------7------6---
--------5-7-8---8-7-5-------7------5-----
-5-7-8--------6-------8-7-8------7-------
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---7------------------5-7---7-5----------
-------5-7-8---5-7-8------------8-7-5----
-5---8--------------------7---------------
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----------5---5---------------------------
---5-7-8---0----8-7-5------5-------------
-8---------------------8-7---------------
------------------------------6-8-8-------

Have fun, Ill post the rest of it over time
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Old 2005-11-29, 17:11
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Pretty cool, the only classical songs ive tried on bass are Flight of the bumblebee, Moonlight sonata, and a couple more that i cant remember the name of, haha.

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Old 2005-11-30, 14:48
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thx if only more people would post on me thread

ill post the rest of it ( the fourth invention) on Friday!
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I started learning Moonlight Sonata a while ago, never finished. I learned Cannon in D with my mom on violin, and I sometimes play compositions from the Final Fantasy games.
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Old 2005-12-01, 11:29
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I started learning Moonlight Sonata a while ago, never finished. I learned Cannon in D with my mom on violin, and I sometimes play compositions from the Final Fantasy games.


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Old 2005-12-01, 20:10
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lol try the last spartan from halo 2
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I love playing the Cello Suites
I may still have a vid of me playing the Prelude to Suite No. 1 in G major...A bit vain, but I was pretty proud to get it down. Really helps out your dexterity.
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Old 2005-12-05, 15:05
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I love playing the Cello Suites
I may still have a vid of me playing the Prelude to Suite No. 1 in G major...A bit vain, but I was pretty proud to get it down. Really helps out your dexterity.


right on stachio, your rad, lol its not really that vain to record yourself. I watch mirrors when i play all the time to check out my technique. The cello suites are sort of tough, but beautiful, and worth the work. I also know the Suite No. 1 in G major we should do a duet version. With one bass completely distorted and one bass completely phased, right on

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Old 2005-12-05, 16:06
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Heres a version of Flight of the bumblebee (bass), with drums that i found.

http://www.bajoigorsaavedra.cl/sonidos/moscardon.mp3
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right on stachio, your rad, lol its not really that vain to record yourself. I watch mirrors when i play all the time to check out my technique. The cello suites are sort of tough, but beautiful, and worth the work. I also know the Suite No. 1 in G major we should do a duet version. With one bass completely distorted and one bass completely phased, right on



That would be interesting. That was the first piece I learned. I need a refresher. I'll let you know when I'm up to par.
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Old 2005-12-07, 15:00
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Heres a version of Flight of the bumblebee (bass), with drums that i found.

http://www.bajoigorsaavedra.cl/sonidos/moscardon.mp3


Lol sounds like a bunch of improvised notes, but the crazy thing is, its a real song.

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Old 2005-12-13, 14:09
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Heres a version of Flight of the bumblebee (bass), with drums that i found.

http://www.bajoigorsaavedra.cl/sonidos/moscardon.mp3


a dude named scott hubbel does a good version too
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Old 2005-12-13, 14:12
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I remember playing "Hall Of The Mountain King" on my bass !
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Old 2005-12-13, 18:16
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Stu Hamm does a nice tapping piece of 'Moonlight sonata' which im sure some of you might of heard, its worth learning and its not too tricky due to how slow it is.
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Old 2005-12-14, 11:14
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Stu Hamm does a nice tapping piece of 'Moonlight sonata' which im sure some of you might of heard, its worth learning and its not too tricky due to how slow it is.



yep i found a tab for it a while a go, and heard his version on radio free albumueth ( whatever the spelling is). It is still tricky though, despite that its slow
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