#1
Sorry if this isn't the place to ask this, but it seemed like the best.

I'm going to start playing bass covers of Metallica songs, and I'd like to play over bassless tracks. I tried googling for them and searching Frostwire, but I couldn't find anything. If anybody could show me where to find them, or even better, tell me a way to make them myself, I'd REALLY appreciate it.

Thanks
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#3
Uh, what?

Btw, I was going to start out with For Whom the Bell Tolls.
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#4
man, this is difficult to find.

even guitarless tracks for free are tough to find.
#5
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Uh, what?

Btw, I was going to start out with For Whom the Bell Tolls.


Many has complained that the bass on that record is absent, so take your pick of those songs
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#8
Lol, I just got that.

I'm still googling, but so far all I can find are guitarless tracks :/

With my luck, if I was looking for those I'd find the bassless ones..
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#9
What's the point? If your bass is up loud enough to actually hear it then you're already overpowering the bass in most recordings.
#10
I like to do little improv things sometimes, and usually if I turn my bass up high enough to cover the original track it drowns out the entire song and I'm all you can hear.
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