#1
can someone give me some really cool slap lines or something?

im bored playing with what i already know.

i can do pretty much everything on bass btw
#2
look up some Primus tabs. also try Soul Coughing
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#3
Quote by Papathurzday
can someone give me some really cool slap lines or something?

im bored playing with what i already know.

i can do pretty much everything on bass btw

your an idiot you will agree when you see all you have to learn (what is it you play thats so easy anyway)
#6
Timmy C. of RATM wrote some really groovy basslines, most of them are fairly easy to play also.
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#8
Quote by Papathurzday


i can do pretty much everything on bass btw


Warm up with Flight of the Bumblebee and then try some Classical Thump and call me in the morning.
#9
classical thump
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#10
Well
C major scale
F major scale
Bb major scale
Eb major scale
Learn a fairly easy song
Ab major scale
Db major scale
Gb major scale
Slightly harder song
Cb major scale
G major scale
D major scale
A major scale
E major scale
Even harder song.
B major scale
F# major scale
C# major scale
Get a book learn to read
All of those scales now minor add A# minor as well.
Learn the 1-3-5 of all of these scales these are arpeggios learn them well
Now learn the 7 to all those scales now you have learnt seventh chords.
Learn to read even more.
Learn a song by reading the sheet music and try playing your own riffs to a song with chords only.
Learn slap bass from a professional preferably.
Implement slap bass into playing a song.

That's a good 3-4 years come back then.

Do you get the idea or must I go on. Do you understand you are never out of ideas for learning in music. There is always more.
#11
^Good point, Jazz_Rock. The day I say I can't find anything new to play on bass is the day I clock out of this world.

My problem is there is too much damn music I want to learn and play and not enough time.

My only addition to the above is pick a favorite album and learn the bass to all of the songs. That ought to keep you going for a few weeks at least.