#1
what are some good metal songs or blues songs on bass that are technically challenging? i would like to know b/c ive been playing guitar for a while and plan on expanding my musical abilities so anything would be good.. also no A7X bullshit or nu-metal.. i mean balls to the wall REAL metal
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My gear:
Kramer Custom Made from 1986
Framus Manhattan
Phaiga Hybrid H1
Ibanez RGT220A
Ibanez RG305DX
Framus Dragon Top
Custom Cab with 6 Celestion G12H Speakers
#2
Well, Red Hot Chili Peppers do a lot of Blues, well, when they aren't doing Rock or Funky/Raggae stuff. And we all know the talent of Flea.
#3
Kreator - Pleasure to Kill
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Is there such a thing as a heavy riff with out chugging on the e string?
#4
Cannibal Corpse - Frantic Disembowelment, Hammersmashed Face, *With a Knife, Coffin Feeder
Mudvayne - Nothing to gein, Severed, Death Blooms, Dig (any song on LD50)
Necrophagist - Fermented Offal Discharge, Stabwound, Only Ash Remains
Metallica - Pulling Teeth, Orion
Dream Threater - Metropolis, Pt. 1, The Dance of Eternity, Ytse Jam, Erotomania, Panic Attack
Megadeth - Peace Sells, Dawn Patrol, Five Magics, Chosen One, Take No Prisoners,Killing is my buisiness, the Skull Beneath the Skin, Rattlehead, Go to hell
Death - The Philosopher, Spirit Crusher, Cosmic Sea
Iron Maiden - Rime of the Ancient Marriner, Blood Brothers, The Phantom of the Opera
Black Sabbath - NIB
Borknager - The Genuine Pulse and Four Element Synchronicity
Anthrax - Caught in a Mosh
Morbid Angel - Suffocation
Suffocation - Deaths of Depravity, Effigy of the Forgotten
Opeth - Drapery Falls, The Twlight is my Robe
Quo Vadis - Silence Calls The Storm
Cryptopsy - Slit your Guts
Symphony X - Sea of Lies
Iced Earth - Damien
Manowar - Warriors of the World Unite
Exodus - Deathamphetamine
Arch Enemy - Nemesis
Death Angel - Evil Priest, Famine
Nuclear Assault - Game Over, Critical Mass
Psycroptic - Psycropticpath
Vintersorg - Spegelsfaren
Annihilator - Alison Hell
Mastodon - Blood Mountain Album
Pantera - Floods
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#5
Anything that Steve DiGiorgio has worked on (www.stevedigiorgio.com for his discography), Cynic, Atheist, Cannibal Corpse, Cryptopsy, Necrophagist, Vintersorg, Suffocation, Borknagar.
Gear:
SX SJB62-5 5-String Fretless Jazz Copy (EADGC)
Ibanez GSR200 4-String Fretted (BEAD)
Ibanez IBZ10B 10 Watt Practice Combo Amp
DR Stainless Steel Lo-Riders
Yamaha Air Cell Straps
#6
ok thanks.. now off to find some correct tabs of this shit...
Quote by a6l6e6x1
hahaha "sexism the ultimate humour" a6l6e6x, 2008

My gear:
Kramer Custom Made from 1986
Framus Manhattan
Phaiga Hybrid H1
Ibanez RGT220A
Ibanez RG305DX
Framus Dragon Top
Custom Cab with 6 Celestion G12H Speakers