Alright, time for best bassists.

John Entwhistle
Geddy Lee

No one say Paul McCartney. He was an awesome singer/songwriter, but he wasn't one of the best at playing bass
Billy Sheehan is quite amazing
also Victor Wooten is made of 2% H2O and 98% Win
Out here you've gotta know where your towel is!
Rob Trujillo is pretty crazy
especially his work with the Infectious Grooves
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Paul McCartney
I can say whatever the **** I feel like saying

Other than that? For me it's Christopher Rankin of Sabot, end of story
My personal favorite would be Joey De Maio. I love shred!
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My band
Robert Trujillo, Cliff Burton, Matt Freeman, Frank Bello, John Myung, too many to name
Dick+strings= owww
Leland Sklar

Not only has he contributed to like 100+ abums, but he has a fucking awesome beard.

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Last edited by ewp805 at Apr 26, 2008,
As much as I'm a fan of really flashy bassists, I'm always interested to listen to simple, yet fitting basslines. I think that I true testament of a bass player is their ability to fit right into the pocket of a song and play what the song calls for. Paul McCartney, Garry W. Tallent, and John McVie are such bassists.
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