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    Originally posted by Deus ex Machina
    Put some frets on that bass!!

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    Black Flag - "Six Pack"

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    Originally posted by Deus ex Machina
    Put some frets on that bass!!
    REAL BASSISTS DON'T FRET!!!

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    Originally posted by axtrader
    REAL BASSISTS DON'T FRET!!!
    Tell that to Les Claypool...... Hmm time for some Primus.
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    Reveille - Inside Out Fu*k Yeah i love this tune. Rock it Thats not me Nodding thats me Head Banging.
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    Originally posted by Deus ex Machina
    Tell that to Les Claypool...... Hmm time for some Primus.
    Ya Know he has a point AX.
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    if you can respect a phenominal bassist and like far-out jazz, check out Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. i have seen Victor Wooten (their bass player) before, and he he absolutely amazing. i can sit there and try to figure out how the hell he is doing what he is doing for hours.

    blows my mind.

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    point ax? not sure what that is, but the basses i have seen Les play were either Carl Thompson custom basses or the fretted Rickenbacher Geddy Lee gave him.


    what is a point AX?

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    George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic - Maggot Brain

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    atb, Milk Inc., Earthbound, Ayla, Dj Epic, Dj Mystik... to name a few.. there r many more.. but those r trance/techno mix if u guyz wonder who they r

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    I am pretty sure that Ax was only fooling (I started by teasing Jaco).... Jaco was a great bassist

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    aaah... NM. i am a total goober for not reading the rest of the thread.

    still, David. have a listen to "Filght of the Cosmic Hippo" (Bela Fleck). really cool music.

    (*snaps fingers in applause*)

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    No point Faust. Just goofin' dude. Frets, no frets, makes no difference. Most great bass players handle both style instruments with equal aplomb.

    I agree about Wooten, pure jaw dropping stuff. I've never seen him, but I've heard recordings. Wasn't his brother part of the band too?

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    I will Have to give them a closer listen, thank you Scott.

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    hmmm... i remember reading something along those lines. can't remember for sure. too lazy to do googling right now.

    in any event, it tres bien. the music is great, but from a technical standpoint it's mind-boggling (when Vic goes off).

    thumbs up!

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    Off Topic: Hey United, when I was a kid growing up in Plainfield, NJ, George Clinton was my barber for a year or two. His band used to practice in a room behind the shop. In spite of his outrageous hairstyles he was a pretty decent barber, believe it or not.

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    I will Have to give them a closer listen, thank you Scott.
    no problem-o David. i am sure you can appreciate their art.

    enjoy, my freind .

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    Slayer - New Faith.


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    had a brainstorm

    (*starts downloading some Sade*)

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    Originally posted by axtrader
    Off Topic: Hey United, when I was a kid growing up in Plainfield, NJ, George Clinton was my barber for a year or two. His band used to practice in a room behind the shop. In spite of his outrageous hairstyles he was a pretty decent barber, believe it or not.
    Some of the original members of Parliament were playing this weekend at a benefit for the high school in Plainfield (If memory serves).

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