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Popular Bass Resources from these Artists

  1. Double disc set of hard rock and poetic angst
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 952 Hits · Posted on 1/21/2001 by Jack Cooley (113)
  2. The Slap Bass Program by Alexis Sklaverski (5.0 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    Fundamentals of slap technique, one step at a time to incorporate complex damping and choking, funk patterns and vamps, "machine-gun" triplets, percussive right-hand tapping, flamenco-style strumming, double-stop riffs, scales, phrasing and more.
    Videos: Instructional · 4917 Hits · Posted on 6/2/2000 by Jason Perryman (91)

  3. Ain't Life Grand by Slash's Snakepit (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    This is a hard rock albumn with none other than the rock guitar legend Slash playing lead guitar.
    Recordings: Alternative · 904 Hits · Posted on 3/14/2001 by Daniel Laycock (36)

  4. Billy Sheehan On Bass by Billy Sheehan (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Excellent! Billy Sheehan explains his technique and solo style in simple terms that any level of bass player can understand. Techniques featured: tapping, various finger styles, scale approach, and more. Two big thumbs up!!
    Videos: Instructional · 3462 Hits · Posted on 4/20/2001 by Doug Bland (195)
  5. Steal This Album by System of a Down (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Steal this Album by System of a Down is their newest nu metal like release with many different genres giving System of a Down their one of a kind sound with their politics too.
    Recordings: Metal · 648 Hits · Posted on 1/4/2003 by Adam Le (1189)

  6. Bass Day '97 by Billy Sheehan (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Bass day video of one of the best bass players of all time.
    Videos: Music · 3820 Hits · Posted on 8/12/2002 by Nicholas Brown (265)
  7. Bass Day 97: Billy Sheehan by Billy Sheehan (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Topics include tapping, neck bending, scalloped frets, dual-outpost basses, 4-finger plucking, covering several parts at once, string gauges, 'playing' the pickups, distortion, compression, and much more.
    Videos: Instructional · 3757 Hits · Posted on 4/27/2000 by ActiveBass
  8. Broken Music by Sting (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Sting's autobiography/memoir covering his life as a child through to his meteoric fame. This book is more about the person behind the name of Sting rather than about his music. An engrossing read.
    Books/Tab: Other · 502 Hits · Posted on 10/1/2005 by Maurice Carr (37802)
  9. Chris Squire's Swiss Choir by Chris Squire (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Chris Squire's second solo album, it is actually a CD of traditional English Christmas Carols, recorded in a church with a choir.
    Recordings: Rock/Pop · 710 Hits · Posted on 10/3/2008 by Mark Toner (30)

  10. Cosmic Troubador by Billy Sheehan (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This is definately more a step in the direction that most people think Billy should be headed musically. It's more experimental and has more instrumentals. His instrumentals are very tasteful and not too gratuitous.
    Recordings: Other · 732 Hits · Posted on 11/22/2006 by Matt Laham (576)