#1
O.K. Lets say, hypothetically, lead guitar and bass magically switched roles. Would this be awesome or terrible? I realize that bass is fundamentally a rhythm instrument, but could this ever possibly work and sound awesome?
#2
I think a great example of this kind of thing is the Who. Entwistle didn't play lead bass in the sense of really fast and typical guitar stuff, but he played lead on at LEAST as many songs as Pete, if not more. Basically, my point is that if you're going to do this, don't play like a guitar. Its not THAT avante-garde.
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Its not THAT avante-garde.



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#6
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Its not THAT avante-garde.

Who DIDN'T see that coming?
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#7
Primus I think would be a prime example to us (how about THAT call back)
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#8
Talas (w/ Billy Sheehan) was basically like that in the early 80s when they were a 3 piece. It can definitely be done.
#9
Primus, another good example.
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#12
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O.K. Lets say, hypothetically, lead guitar and bass magically switched roles. Would this be awesome or terrible? I realize that bass is fundamentally a rhythm instrument, but could this ever possibly work and sound awesome?

Bass is not rhythm instrument. I'd say it's harmony. IMO
#13
ppl dont ever take initiative with these things

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