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I made transcriptions for some videos!

actually, 4 are available: This is Halloween, Blowin in the wind, Evil Morty and Swallowtail jig.

go in the description of the video! 

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I just add free tabs for the solo bass arrangement of You’re gonna go far, kid.

as usual, the link is in the description of the video. 

Have fun with it! 

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Hi

just popped in to say hi 

I don't play covers in my bands, only originals. BUT I learn covers from bands I like, to improve my playing and to get ideas for my basslines.

It's a good way to learn music

I'm away from my studio so can't listen with any decent gear so I'll listen tomorrow.

keep sharing

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A new cover is online! And for the first time, it’s a duet!

I love this song and it was amazing to write and record the arrangement with Anthony, great American bass player. 

 

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My new solo bass arrangement of the Pachelbel’s canon! Oups... it’s Memories by Maroon 5! 
 

https://youtu.be/eD7dpGcijqU

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