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  1. To add a contrast to this,, I remember reading somewhere that Tim Commerford from RATM used only one finger to pluck. Subsequently I tried playing Know Your Enemy using this technique and it wasn't pretty.
  2. Alex Webster from Cannibal Corpse has a tremendous 3 finger attack.
  3. This album has been played a hell of a lot over the last few weeks.
  4. I am a big fan of the Ibanez basses, the SR300 range are great value for money and worth a look. I also have a Squier Jazz bass deluxe (discontinued now I believe) which I bought as an entry level 5 string with a view of upgrading in the future. It has been an absolute joy to play and I've never felt the need to upgrade it. You really can't go wrong with the Squier basses in terms of value for money. Colour is important - odd as it sounds, if you like the look of your bass, you're more likely to pick it up. My first bass was a horrible sun-burst effort and I couldn't wait to get rid of it! Shallow I know. Enjoy the search - that's part of the fun!
  5. I have a line6 BackTrack. Used once. Tried to use it again and discovered it's so old my computer will have nothing to do with it.
  6. The Cult - Rain Sisters of Mercy - Lucretia Ratt - Round and Round
  7. Yes used them to buy an amp. Swift delivery and it arrived in perfect condition. No issues at all.
  8. Always wondered how to describe those basses I've never liked, now I know. Thanks. Perfect.
  9. A Pick. Tried and failed at pick playing. Fingers it is from now on - and they're free.
  10. Which is the first bass line I ever learned. To this day, I still detest it and hate my tutor for making me learn it.
  11. the Sisters of Mercy - Lucretia My Reflection
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