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IIIPatrickStevensIII

"Bass Tapping Solo in D-Major" (Video) by far my best work yet!

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This is a bass composition that I wrote a few years ago. I tried to establish different themes and movements within the song. Despite the fact that this is a solo, I wrote this with a full band arrangement in mind; which is why I consider this a composition as well as a bass solo. Obviously there is a lot of tapping here, and some shredding as well. Despite the unconventional methods, my focus here was writing something melodic and unique.

Feel free to share your thoughts on any aspect of my performance. I would love to get feedback from some fellow bassists!

~Patrick

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Well, from one bassist to another I really enjoyed that.

Unconventional methods are just fine - music is art...there are no rules!

Thanks for sharing.

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