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  #21  
Old 2001-11-18, 01:26
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Krist Novoselic (Nirvana) - He's just a cool guy



Old Chris Novoselic. He's an eccentric, alright. You know he is in the rain forest on some type of treehugger program? Weird.
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Old 2001-12-12, 22:43
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Steve Cloutier (Gorguts) a-maz-ing player!!
Duff McKagan (G'nR')
Steve DiGiorgio (Sadus/Death/Control Denied/Testament)
Ashley Mitchell (Vain)
Dee Dee Ramone (Ramones)
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Old 2001-12-15, 13:50
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Tad Kinchla- Blues Traveler
Chris Squire- Yes
John Myung- Dream Theater
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Old 2001-12-16, 01:15
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i was gonna say steve cloutier but i figured nobody would know who he was...ive seen gorguts twice in concert...good stuff.
have you seen the video's of luc lemay and steve cloutier at guitar.com? if not you need to see that shyte!
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Old 2001-12-24, 14:07
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i was gonna say steve cloutier but i figured nobody would know who he was...ive seen gorguts twice in concert...good stuff.
have you seen the video's of luc lemay and steve cloutier at guitar.com? if not you need to see that shyte!

I have heard some musaaac from that band. They are actually pretty good. I liked it pretty decent (as we would say down in the south). I didn't pay attention to the bassist, specifically.
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Old 2001-12-27, 17:19
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Fieldy - KoRn
Cliff Burton (R.I.P.) - Metallica
Ryknow - Mudvayne
Flea - RHCP
N2 (Paul) - Slipknot

Paul was great on their debut album MFKR the next albums don't have the great licks he played their. Download Do nothing/Bitchslap and you'll know what I am talking about
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Old 2002-01-06, 13:37
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Steve Harris
Jeff Walker
Steve Digiorgio
Beefcake (GWAR-->He's not the greatest, but cool nonetheless)
Vortex (Dimmu Borgir, -->ex-Borknagar)
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Old 2002-01-06, 15:37
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Old 2002-01-06, 19:17
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Les Claypool is an absolute master of the instrument, but I gotta go with Rush's Geddy Lee (I'm suprised more people didn't mention him... he's a magnificent player, hugely influential).

Rush... O Canada!!
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Old 2002-01-10, 09:48
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Re: Favorite Bassists

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Originally posted by PROJECT_MAYHEM
JUST WANTED SUM FEEDBACK ON UR GUYS FAVORITE BASSISTS, HERE IS MINE IN NO SPECIAL ORDER......

LES CLAYPOOL
RYKNOW(MUDVAYNE)
FLEA
REX
BURTON
AND THE GUY FROM RATM
damn sure it is cliff burton..................and helloween"s bassist grosskopf!
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Old 2002-02-22, 15:04
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my list.

1- Timmy C (Rage Against the Machine)
2- Cliff Burton (r.i.p. 'tallica)
3- Flea (rhcp)
4- Chi-cheng (deftones) -> simple, but way cool.
5- Mark Clayden (?) (PitchShifter)

that's it...
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Old 2002-03-27, 15:47
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1.) Flea
2.) Les Claypool
3.) Feildy from Korn(yea....yea....I know what you're thinking!)
4.) Chi from the deftones
5.) and how can you forget the almighty Paul D'Amour(original bassist and Justin Chancellor from Tool!!!
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Old 2002-03-27, 23:46
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Um... Peter from Type O' Negative. (He has the best bass/vocals I've heard. I don't think Tom Aroa is a "great" at either. And the distorted bass kicks ass.)
Rex Brown
Alex Webster (this is why I don't use a pick)

(these aren't in any order)
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Old 2002-03-28, 13:40
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oh man I forgot Araya!
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Old 2002-03-30, 10:13
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1) Les Claypool I want to play like him.
2) John Paul Jones. His solo albums are soo athmospherical (?).
3) John Myung
4) The bassist from Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.
5) Flea
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Old 2002-04-02, 03:46
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My favorite bass players in no special order:

Greg Christian (Testament), Duncan Patterson
(Anathema), Jim Sheppard (Nevermore), Cliff Burton
(Metallica), Steve Harris (Iron Maiden), Dave Ellefson (megadeth)

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Old 2002-04-11, 15:07
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les claypool
cryptopsy's bassist
geezer butler
alex webster
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Old 2002-04-19, 04:48
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It would be difficult for me to narrow it down to just five. Many that I admire have already been named (DiGiorgio, Burton, Harris, etc.), so I'll throw out some others that interest me that I haven't seen anyone else mention yet (if anyone has, I just overlooked it.)

Tony Choy (Atheist, Cynic, Pestilence)
Lars K. Norberg (Spiral Architect)
Herwig Zamernik (Disharmonic Orchestra)
Ade Jackson (My Dying Bride)
Audie Pitre (Acid Bath)
John Emery (Anacrusis)
Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle, Fantomas)
Sean Malone (Cynic, Gordian Knot, ...)
Les Snyder (Deceased)
Blacky (Voivod)
Allen Price (dead horse)

Okay, I'm going to stop now.
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Old 2002-05-08, 09:39
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the best bass's i think is:
Geezer Butler is the best bass's.
but les claypol is god.
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Old 2002-05-13, 15:11
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Victor Wooten and Steffan Lessard, two totally different styles but the best at what they do by far. If you dont know these guys invest your time and take notes.
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