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Jaime Tortosa

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  1. SUBSCRIBE FOR A SECOND PART. Thanks for watching. Tell me if you liked it ot not.
  2. The bass solos series is a collection of great bass solos played by me. It pretends to be a list for people that want to learn or enjoy bass solos. This song appeared on the Iron Maiden's album Factor X, released on 1995. While other Iron Maiden albums are much more popular, this record is not one of the most listened. This track features a Steve Harris bass solo. That is really uncommon, because Harris stated that he didn't like bass solos. During the recording of the album, he was in a bad mood, due to personal issues. The atmosphere of the album perfectly reflects this situation. I will continue uploading this kind of videos, so keep in tune. Please SHARE the video, it helps a lot. SUBSCRIBE (http:// https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdzGmH8kV1A4ggge-TquZDg?sub_confirmation=1) to help to widen the love for bass guitar, and also to encourage me to make more content. If you want me to continue with this best metal basslines to learn, don't hesitate and tell me if you liked it or not (press the like or dislike button!).
  3. Queen's Dragon Attack bass solo. BASS SOLOS-5. The bass solos series is a collection of great bass solos played by me. It pretends to be a list for people that want to learn or enjoy bass solos. This song was the second track of the Queen's album The Game, released on 1980. While Another One Bites the Dust became a really famous single, this song didn't get so popular. In my opinion, it is a great track, which features a really cool solo by the great bass player John Deacon. I will continue uploading this kind of videos, so keep in tune. Please SHARE the video, it helps a lot. SUBSCRIBE to help to widen the love for bass guitar, and also to encourage me to make more content. If you want me to continue with this best metal basslines to learn, don't hesitate and tell me if you liked it or not (press the like or dislike button!). I also have a patreon account, where you can get some exclusive content (for example tabs and more posts), so go check it: https://www.patreon.com/malephicbass. I hope you have enjoyed the music video. For tabs, visit my patreon (first ink in description). OTHER RELEVANT VIDEOS ON THE CHANNEL: -Aces High Bass Cover. Essential Metal Basslines to Learn (01): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgYSwoNPwQ8 -Bass Guitar Metal Solo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRglsZQzlEU -David Ellefson Bass solo Cover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KgxjxvipQI
  4. Jaime Tortosa

    ESSENTIAL BASSLINES TO LEARN: THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST

    Thank you!! Yeah, if you have fun playing, of course it doen's matter the kind of music.
  5. Jaime Tortosa

    ESSENTIAL BASSLINES TO LEARN: THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST

    That is the link: (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdzGmH8kV1A4ggge-TquZDg). Thanks for letting me know the error about the missing link. You can still recover your rock/ metal bass playing!
  6. Jaime Tortosa

    ESSENTIAL BASSLINES TO LEARN: THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST

    Thank you!! Steve Harris is one of my bigest influences. Thanks for your kind comment. I'll be doing more Maiden, if you want to subscribe to my youtube channel.
  7. The bass solos series is a collection of great bass solos played by me. It pretends to be a list for people that want to learn or enjoy bass solos. This song was the fifht track of the The Number of The Beast Album, released on 22nd March 1982. It was wirtten by the great bassist Steve Harris, and inspired by a dream he had. I will continue uploading this kind of videos, so keep in tune. Please SHARE the video, it helps a lot. SUBSCRIBE to help to widen the love for bass guitar, and also to encourage me to make more content. If you want me to continue with this best metal basslines to learn, don't hesitate and tell me if you liked it or not (press the like or dislike button!). I also have a patreon account, where you can get some exclusive content (for example tabs and more posts), so go check it: https://www.patreon.com/malephicbass.
  8. Jaime Tortosa

    ESSENTIAL BASSLINES TO LEARN: THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST

    Thank you!! I'm planning to do a lot more of Maiden stuff, if you want to subscribe.
  9. We all know bass. It's an instrument that is in every kind of actual and older music. Bass guitar is sometimes underrated as an instument. Many people say that they can't recognise it, or that they don't feel it. Maybe it is not always easy to identify bass guitar in some songs (like some metal songs), but it is almost 100% evident when it is not present. In this video, I'm going to try to demonstrate with a few examples that you can feel the bass guitar in metal music. You will clearly notice the difference between having and not having bass guitar. I've put the volume of my bass guitar a bit higher than it actually is on the original mixes, so you can apreciate better what I'm explaining. Also, I'll explain you the function of the bass in every example. The importance of bass guitar can be explained by its presence in the mix and by its function in songs. The video demonstrates both: you can feel its presence or its lack, and it has multiple functions. Bass guitar can be used to create the harmonies of a song, and as a rythmic instrument. You can also write beatiful melodies and solos. It's the link between the drums and other intruments like guitar, piano, ... All in all, it's a crutial instrument, that can keep the rythm, and make beautiful harmonies and melodies. I will continue uploading this kind of videos, so keep in tune. Please SHARE the video, it helps a lot.
  10. Jaime Tortosa

    ESSENTIAL BASSLINES TO LEARN: THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST

    Yeah, one of the best of him! Thanks for the comment!
  11. Jaime Tortosa

    ESSENTIAL BASSLINES TO LEARN: THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST

    Thank you!! I really apreciate your comment. Go grab your bass!, hahaha.
  12. This song was the fifht track of the The Number of The Beast Album, released on 22nd March 1982. It was wirtten by the great bassist Steve Harris, and inspired by a dream he had. I will continue uploading this kind of videos, so keep in tune. Please SHARE the video, it helps a lot. SUBSCRIBE to help to widen the love for bass guitar, and also to encourage me to make more content. If you want me to continue with this best metal basslines to learn, don't hesitate and tell me if you liked it or not (press the like or dislike button!). I also have a patreon account, where you can get some exclusive content (for example tabs and more posts), so go check it: https://www.patreon.com/malephicbass. I hope you have enjoyed the music video. For tabs, visit my patreon (first ink in description).
  13. Cliff Burton bass solo cover (Metallica live on the Green 1985). I've covered the live bass solo by Cliff Burton (live on the Green, 31th August, 1985). Comment any other solos that you want me to cover. This solo was player before the great song ´For Whom the Bell Tolls`. That Metallica's song was part of the Ride the Lightning album (released on 27th July 1984). It was inspired by the equally titled Ernerst's Hemingway novel. The book, like the song, is about the spanish civil war. For more information about the song, I let you here the lik of my attempt at that song, where I explain it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmSfzhdjy40 I will continue uploading this kind of videos, so keep in tune. Please SHARE the video, it helps a lot. SUBSCRIBE to help to widen the love for bass guitar, and also to encourage me to make more content. If you want me to continue with this best metal basslines to learn, don't hesitate and tell me if you liked it or not (press the like or dislike button!). I also have a patreon account, where you can get some exclusive content (for example tabs and more posts), so go check it: https://www.patreon.com/malephicbass. I hope you have enjoyed the music video. For tabs, visit my patreon (first ink in description). OTHER RELEVANT VIDEOS ON THE CHANNEL: -Aces High Bass Cover. Essential Metal Basslines to Learn (01): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgYSw... -Bass Guitar Metal Solo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRgls... -David Ellefson Bass solo Cover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Kgxj...
  14. I share with you the cover of this song, including the solo that Cliff played live at the Green 85. I share with you my last video of For Whom the Bell Tolls, which includes the cover of the solo CLiff played live: The essential Metal Basslines to Learn is a series that tries to show the world some of the songs where bass guitar has an important role. It pretends to be a collection of good basslines that any person might consider to learn. In this episode, I've also covered the live bass solo by Cliff Burton (live at the Green, 31th August, 1985) Comment if there's any song whose bassline you consider essential. For Whom the Bell Tolls is a Metallica's song that was part of the Ride the Lightning album (released on 27th July 1984). It was inspired by the equally titled Ernerst's Hemingway novel. The book, like the song, is about the spanish civil war. The war happened between 18th of July 1936 and 1st of April 1939. It was a huge conflict where the spanish republic fought against the national rebels. The great problem was that the country was really divided in two ideological factions, and the population fought against their friends or even family members. Both factions commited great crimes to the history of mankind. International forces took part, like the nazis, the fascist italians or the international brigades. It was like a test for the coming Second World War. The national faction won, but caused the ruin of the country and its population. I will continue uploading this kind of videos, so keep in tune. Please SHARE the video, it helps a lot. SUBSCRIBE to help to widen the love for bass guitar, and also to encourage me to make more content. If you want me to continue with this best metal basslines to learn, don't hesitate and tell me if you liked it or not (press the like or dislike button!). I also have a patreon account, where you can get some exclusive content (for example tabs and more posts), so go check it: https://www.patreon.com/malephicbass. I hope you have enjoyed the music video. For tabs, visit my patreon (first ink in description). OTHER RELEVANT VIDEOS ON THE CHANNEL: -Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth) cover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JakzbfjvonM -Aces High Bass Cover. Essential Metal Basslines to Learn (01): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgYSw... -Bass Guitar Metal Solo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRgls... -David Ellefson Bass solo Cover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Kgxj...
  15. Jaime Tortosa

    IMPORTANCE OF BASS GUITAR

    hahaha oh my god. Does he seriously believe that?
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