#1
Just wondering what your opinions are!

Personally my fave is Jerry Dixon (Warrant) His feel, tone, tunes and the fact he plays with his fingers is what gets my vote.
#3
I have to give my vote for Cliff Burton, no one has inspired me as much as him! probably why I refuse to play songs that are too easy xD
#6
Phil lynott was alive in the 80s therefore i choose him, simply because he is the coolest man to have ever existed, besides the fact he died from abuse of hard drugs
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Cliff Burton, hands down.


i feel like this needs to be said again, so here

CLIFF BURTON FTW
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*cough* cliff is overrated *cough*



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#11
Well maybe I should've clarified, I kinda meant GLAM/Hair/Sleaze/RocknRoll bassist - obviously cliff and steve are in a different league
#12
I hate to be controversial but imo Steve Harris is in a different league to cliff burton the same goes for Adrian smith being in a different league to kirk hammet.

Steve Harris is THE metal bass player
#15
Cliff Burton and Dave Ellefson are the best metal bassists, but if you're looking for a glam metal bassist it's probably Nikki Sixx. That's just because he wrote all of Motley Crue's songs.
#16
Lo! For this knight declare'eth Lords Harris, Burton and Kilmister art not only masters of ye four-string'eth'd-thundersticks, but these towering virtuosos be'ith three of ye greatest artists to ever grace our world!

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Well maybe I should've clarified, I kinda meant GLAM/Hair/Sleaze/RocknRoll bassist - obviously cliff and steve are in a different league


For glam/hair/sleaze/rock'n'roll, Mine are Sam Yaffa and Duff McKagan.
#21
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Billy Sheehan. Mr. Big qualifies.


forget Mr. Big and check out his band Talas. also the first david lee roth album has some awesome playing on it. tony mcalpines edge of insanity album has some great bass chops from billy as well.

saw Talas live many times and billy was just fantastic.
#24
John Taylor from Duran Duran and The Power Station is an amazing bass player
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#26
Neil Murray. His discography is insane
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Neil Murray. His discography is insane


YES Murray is underrated very good groove player
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#29
From my POV, that would be Cliff Burton of Metallica. His playing really kicked ass.

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Well maybe I should've clarified, I kinda meant GLAM/Hair/Sleaze/RocknRoll bassist - obviously cliff and steve are in a different league
Read the thread, folks.
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