#1
Im looking for some tracks to jam along with on bass to help me get better creatively and figured the guitar forum would be able to help me. Looking for something preferably in the funk / blues / ska genres and not too incredibly complex. I already searchbared and found nothing.
Thanks in advance.
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Well, "the white stripes" would be a pretty good start since they have no bass player at all and play blues. Not too complicated but still very beautiful songs.


i thought that they added bass to most of their studio stuff i could definitely be wrong as i don't listen to them, but i remember a pretty distinct bassline in 7 nation army from a few years ago when it was on the radio

EDIT: you could try some backing tracks? there's no reason that a song couldn't have two basses playing (its been done before) and the cds tell you what key the different songs are in.

here's a link to some cds on amazon http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=backing+tracks&x=0&y=0
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i thought that they added bass to most of their studio stuff i could definitely be wrong as i don't listen to them, but i remember a pretty distinct bassline in 7 nation army from a few years ago when it was on the radio

EDIT: you could try some backing tracks? there's no reason that a song couldn't have two basses playing (its been done before) and the cds tell you what key the different songs are in.

here's a link to some cds on amazon http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=backing+tracks&x=0&y=0

Jack White just used an octave pedal for the verses to get the bass sound on that song.
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#5
if you have guitar pro just find some songs that ud want to jam over and just mute the bass in the program.
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#6
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i thought that they added bass to most of their studio stuff


jack white just uses a whammy pedal set to octaves lower