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Arctic Monkeys - 5 Basslines For 5 Great Songs (With TABS)


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Hi there low frequency fellas, hope you are doing fine. I had some free time last weekend and made use of that to record another video for my YouTube channel. I gave a quick run over some songs from this well known band I have been listening for quite a while, although I never sat myself to learn any of their songs before.

Arguably simple lines overall, but damn fun to jam around. The last time I did something similar to this with the basslines of other band I also included the tabs of what I am playing and some guys said they were thankful for that, so I took some extra time and did that again.

I hope you find this video enjoyable or useful. Of course, feel free to share any thoughts about it here.

Thanks a lot for watching!

 

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Never really listened to Arctic Monkeys before, but like the bass style, reminds me slightly of Bruce Foxton/The Jam, though not quite so busy.

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11 hours ago, Lozz196 said:

Never really listened to Arctic Monkeys before, but like the bass style, reminds me slightly of Bruce Foxton/The Jam, though not quite so busy.

There might be some resemblance, although there is more variety if you go through their discogrpahy. I just picked up a bunch of basslines where the bass is definitely relavant to the soing doubling a guitar riff or going along with drum accents, etc.

Their last album (which I didn´t take a single tune from in this compilation) has a pretty different style, even the bass tone is different.

Recommended listen as a band, anyways. Or at that would be my opinion.

Thanks for watching!

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