#1
Rush is my favorite band ever, and I enjoy playing their covers on the bass guitar. Which one should I tackle next?
#2
yyz
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#5
2112 is a few repeated motifs. Emulate Geddy himself and learn to do what he did in the eighties: calm the hell down. ''Time Stand Still'', ''Driven'' and ''Distant Early Warning'' all have perfect, smooth grooves.
#6
Leave That Thing Alone is probably my favourite Geddy groove.
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#7
Freewill, including the solo.
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#8
I second YYZ. Going into the song just know that you're going to be sore
#9
Learn them all and you shall truly rock.

Closer to the Heart has a very good melodic bass line, and it isn't too difficult.
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#11
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2112 is a few repeated motifs. Emulate Geddy himself and learn to do what he did in the eighties: calm the hell down. ''Time Stand Still'', ''Driven'' and ''Distant Early Warning'' all have perfect, smooth grooves.


May have a few repeated motifs, but it promotes a different skill- musical memory.
#12
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May have a few repeated motifs, but it promotes a different skill- musical memory.


I'll admit that the Presentation part has some fun bass licks.