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Re: Square One

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Posted by HUB on August 05, 2001 at 20:40:22:

In Reply to: Re: Square One posted by Alfonso on August 05, 2001 at 18:14:54:

: : : Hi again "bass" fellows!
: : : You know I can't connect as often as I used to do but I'm trying to get back :o)
: : : The flight of the Bumblebee you are refering at; is the Manowar's song?
: : : If it is let me tell you something; Manowar's bassit (DiMaio) is a tricker. I saw them live and he plays with guitar strings...He does a lot of fifth chords in his "bass" lines and he does some amazing "bass" solos with his four-guitar-stringed "bass"
: : : Can you understand why does he plays so fast?
: : : Enjoy life as it was your music
: : : PaZ
: : : A.

: : I can assure you that there is no trickery on this track. It was played in 1 take with no punch-ins or any type of editing. I played it on a 6 string BASS with medium gauge GHS Progressives 45-105 with a 135 B and a 30 C. Thanks for listening, and I would love to hear some feedback.....

: : Scott Hubbell

: Hey there!
: I didn't saw the link the first time.Excuse me, but I hate DiMaio (he is considered the best "bassist" of heavy music when you can see ex-Angra Luis Mariutti playing so much better...)
: I'll check your song tonight, Scott and once again excuse me for comparing you with a "tricker" ;o)
: A.

Thats O.K. A. you didn't know. ....

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