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#2
My uncles stepson, well really it's his daughters kid, but he raised him just the same, being that he is the Daddy as well. The kid was born with an extra finger or two on each hand and can jam pretty hard.
#3
Mike Dirnt. He inspired me to play bass.

Also, Mark Hoppus, just because he's a cool dude.
Basses:
Squier Affinity P
Stellah Ripwood 5
Epiphone EB-0
#5
Currently it is Jeroen Paul Thesseling (Obscura) but I've always liked Jason Wisdom(Becoming The Archetype) as well.
For how can I give the King his place of worth above all else
when I spend my time striving to place the crown upon myself?
#9
Scott Reeder, his stuff from Kyuss and his solo album is pretty impressive.
Plus he's a dude.
#11
Chris Wolsthenholme. And Colin Greenwood.
Bass:Squire Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
Guitar: Fender Mexican Telecaster Standard
Pedals: Boss ME-25>EHX Germanium 4 Big Muff Pi>EHX Small Stone
Bass Amp: Orange Crush 100
Amp: Fender Mustang II
#12
Nikki Sixx. Not the most technically proficient bassist out there, but his lyrics and songwriting in general are amazing.
There's only one song
Left in my mind
Tales of a brave man
Who lived far from here
Now the bard songs are over
And it's time to leave
No one should ask You for the name Of the one
Who tells the story
#13
Antti Remes and Tom Angelripper
Damn it! Disable can't use disable to disable Disable's disable because disable's disable has already been disabled by Disable's disable!
#18
The Mudvayne bassist is Ryan Martinie.
His sound is just so amazing.
BEWARE THE BANANA ARMY.

I SAY, I SAY, BEWARE THE BANANA ARMY.

They say when they finally attack, all the impostors will peel themselves. In order to tell if you have been assimilated, check for a zipper somewhere near your pelvis.


#21
Quote by Deliriumbassist
Chris Gearing. The Chris Gearing Technique is exemplary.

#22
Les Claypool!

Also Larry Graham, he's a badass for sure

I've actually read a few articles that said Larry was the pioneer of the slap bass technique (though I'm sure there are other articles that cite other players as the pioneers). There was something in there about him playing bar gigs with his mom when he was younger and losing his ?snare? drum, so he started thumping on a bass with his thumb as an alternative.
#24
Dustin Davidson
what kind of palm muting is best for metal?
cut off some guys hand and place it under the strings. brutal low end bro.
#26
Quote by XylemBassGuitar
Les Claypool!

can't believe it took till the 2nd page

arif from protest, frank from anthrax, and bart from black dahlia are all pretty big for me as well.
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Hail isn't too edgy for posts, posts are not edgy enough for Hail.


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You win. I'm done here.
#28
Flea, because he once cut a hole in his thumb whilst playing slap bass.
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i pick my guitars the way i pick my women
based on how they feel and play
and eventually you find a couple good asians

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Watch some porn while you play bass, you'll probably end up with something funky.
#29
Quote by Deliriumbassist
Chris Gearing. The Chris Gearing Technique is exemplary.


+1

I love him so much I want to make love to him.
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#30
^There's a comeback there, but I'm going to pass...

Edgar Meyer. There's quite a few others in my top ten, but at present I'd give my soul to play like Edgar Meyer.
#31
Quote by Nutter_101
+1

I love him so much I want to make love to him.

The implications...

I'd have to say Jon Stockman or Colin Edwin in terms of what I'd like my playing to be like (more the former in tone), but listening to Geddy Lee, Les Claypool, John Paul Jones, John Myung, etc. never gets old.
#33
Entwistle.

oh, and Victor Wooten is pretty rad, too.

But mostly Entwistle
I see myself as an intelligent, sensitive human, with the soul of a clown which forces me to blow it at the most important moments.
-Jim Morrison
#34
Les Claypool and Chris Wolstenholme inspire me the most, which is sort of a weird combination.
#35
Quote by institutions
Roger Waters, nigga.

I know Waters, but who is this nigga person?

Chris Wolstenholme and Jack Bruce are my two biggies.
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I wouldn't call what we have here on the Bass Forum a mentality. It's more like the sharing part of an AA meeting.

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HUMANITY WHATS WRONG WITH YOU.


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#36
Arif Mirabdolbaghi from Protest The Hero is the biggest influence on my playing currently. Big shout to Greg McPherson from InMe too.
#37
Well, I personally like Cliff Burton Steve Harris can be an honorable mention.
Eh Lol
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