#2
Orion---Metallica
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#3
Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth) - Metallica

The whole song is a distorted bass solo.

Actually Aeroplane by the Red Hot Chili Peppers also has a neat solo in it. It's a really easy one to learn too. In fact it was the first solo I learned to show it off
#4
calm like a bomb-RATM really nice one at the start of the song, easy too.
#8
My Generation by The Who's is great, Anything by Jaco and Wooten, I espicially like Portrait of Tracy.
#9
I like Maxwell Murder, it's great for showing off.
But Orion is good too, very easy to improvise over. (I'm talking about the first solo, which only lasts a few seconds before the rest comes in)
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#10
My fave has got be Stu Hamms bass solo. Amazing.

of you could try learn Contiuum by Jaco, thats pretty simple up to the fast bits..
#11
Quote by Applehead
My fave has got be Stu Hamms bass solo. Amazing.


The one where he goes through Linus and Lucy, and Moonlight Sonata etc? Yeah, that one's good.
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The power to feel with others give.
Calm, calm me more; nor let me die
Before I have begun to live.

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#12
na, he starts on love thang, then moonlight, then i think sexually active and then country music. amazing. such control..
#13
I couldn't remember the order, haven't listened to it for a while. I tried learning Moonlight Sonata, but gave up when I couldn't rech to tap fast enough. I fail.
The will to neither strive nor cry,
The power to feel with others give.
Calm, calm me more; nor let me die
Before I have begun to live.

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#17
Everyone at least tries to learn Jaco Pastorius's "Portrait of Tracy" once. I have....but my hands were too small to do the 2-6 fret harmonic. DAMN YOU JACO!
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Everyone at least tries to learn Jaco Pastorius's "Portrait of Tracy" once. I have....but my hands were too small to do the 2-6 fret harmonic. DAMN YOU JACO!



keep at it and they stretch bro... took me a couple of months but i can do it now
#21
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Psychopsilocybin - Incubus.

There are 2 or 3 wah slap solos. It's awesome.


definitly pyschosilocybin or even speak free from incubus
some hard fun slappin there
rosetta stoned from tool is pretty ill *during the guitar solo* and looks pretty easy
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#22
Quote by Applehead
you could try learn Contiuum by Jaco, thats pretty simple up to the fast bits..


Correct and the fast bits aren't unattainable, but take a beastly amount of practice...

Slang is another Jaco song that is fun to learn as well.
#24
One of my favorites is Lounge Act by Nirvana. I hate Nirvana. But I love playing the Lounge Act bass part.
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#26
My generation is great. three (they aren's really bass solos, but they sound hot) are:
Guns'n'roses - Sweet Child of mine
Iron Maiden - Blood Brothers
Led Zeppelin - Black Dog (if you can find the right tab for it)