Bass player wanted for Hertfordshire based rock band, style is pop punk with a slight hard rock edge, current members late 20’s age. We play original songs but also love the odd cover! Feel free to get in touch.
Check us out on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0pUQDpvPcy74tSsj1T0XWj?si=E0OLbb19QBmXG2lNq7H1cA
Hello Bassists of the World,
We're an original band of (nearly) two years now and are looking for a new bass player. We play a sort of indie-rock sound - some bit heavier some bit more catchy indie tunes. We can send links to our Spotify so you can check it out. We're normally a 5-piece: a lead singer/guitar, lead guitarist, drummer, keys/vox and need a bass player to replace our old one (lovely guy but has had to drop due to other life commitments sadly).
We are looking for someone who has their own transport, rig and is committed to rehearsing once a week and gig regularly (not every weekend but also not once every 3 months!). We're due to go back into the studio end of July to record our second EP so we're keen to get someone in asap as we have a long list of originals we play and gigs waiting. We also play some longer gigs where we mix in covers for a 90 minute set so being flexible on this would be ideal. Please get in touch if you're interested - we're a friendly bunch and happy to answer questions.
Thanks all 🙏
Just sharing my take on the basslines Tim Commerford put on this one. Probably not the most remembered part of his work (RATM tunes get way more covers done than the Audioslave era), but there are still a lot of fun songs to have a go from these 3 albums he made with this band.
Leaving the tabs as well for those who are interested in checking out the notes played
Greetings and thanks for watching/listening!
Alembic Spoiler from 1989.
Some specs: birds-eye maple top, mahogany body, 3 piece maple neck(through) with ebony board including OHSC. 32 inch, 2 truss rods, AXY pickups, Volume/Tone/Pickup selector, Alembic low pass filter with Q-switch, chrome Alembic GOTOH tuners, Brass bridge, just below 4kgs on my kitchen scale etc. This Spoiler has that unique Alembic sound: bright, full and dynamic, with a sweet flavour that comes with the years. I am the first owner (!) and chose this one over 3 other Alembics in the shop at the time and I played this bass from 1989 till about 1995. From then on it rested in it's case. It has been played but considering a 31 years old instrument it is in very, very good condition. Technically 100%.