#1
Im in serious need of some flowing bass lines. Im sick of all those 7th fretted eighth note chains! I need somthin that i can move to. Maybe a bit jazzy or phsychadelic.
#2
This is a bit broad, is their any specific genre you're looking for?
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#3
Take a look at Soul To Squeeze by the RHCP.

Pretty grooving if you ask me. I could list more songs, but I'm tired.
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#4
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This is a bit broad, is their any specific genre you're looking for?

im thinkin more funk, smooth jazz. but not too smooth.
#6
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That would be blues rock...

Look up some of James Brown's numbers, or anything by Parliament.
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That would be blues rock...

Look up some of James Brown's numbers, or anything by Parliament.


I wrote it before he said the genres. It simply said groove and is there one groovier than JPJ? Not many.
#8
If you're comfortable with your bass you should just jam with a drummer or metranome. Thats how I come up with stuff like that.
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#10
Parliament, Funkadelic, James Brown are all good suggestions. There's lots of room in funk for creating your own flow, especially in jam-centered Parliament-type songs. Average White Band has some simple but elegant grooves, too. And check out Fishbelly Black, most notably their song "The Crusader". It grooves.
#13
you could try Are You In? by Incubus
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