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"Higher Ground" - Red Hot Chili Peppers - Bass Backing Track

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Hi there guys, just sharing this bassless backing track for one of the most recurrent tunes for guys getting into slap.

I hope it comes handy for anyone looking for practice tracks to move that thumb :)



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