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Learn the bass line from The Police classic, ‘Message In A Bottle.’

The main riff is so fun to play and I love the Reggae inspired chorus bass line. 

There is a free PDF with the video lesson.  Choose between standard notation or Tab versions. 

https://youtu.be/y24bQzreHyQ

 

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9 minutes ago, Mickeyboro said:

Other stuff was a lot more ‘reggae-inspired’...surely?

Yes you are right, there is loads of Reggae influence on The Police songs.  
 

I do love the Reggae style bass line in the chorus for this song though. 

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