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Nice simple solo from Sean Hurley playing with vertical horizon 

 

 Nothing too fancy, just the right notes, a lovely tone, a little bit of octave at one point and nod towards whitesnake  at the end. 
 

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1 minute ago, neepheid said:

John Entwistle on The Who's "My Generation"

 

Mic drop.

 

That was going to be my second suggestion. Bass solos just about the right length, don't want to over-egg the pudding after all.

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5 minutes ago, paul_c2 said:

The Who 5:15 by Thunderfingers of course:

 

 

I suppose I should have but I’ve never heard anything by him before, that’s mighty impressive 

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9 minutes ago, paul_c2 said:

The Who 5:15 by Thunderfingers of course:

 

 

 

Each to their own and all that, but if I could unlisten to that I would.

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3 minutes ago, mr4stringz said:

Muzz Skillings rarely gets the props he deserves for his playing on the first two Living Colour albums. Nice little bass solo on this one off Vivid. Solo around 2:20.

 

 

That orange leotard, my eyes!!! 😵

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5 hours ago, BreadBin said:

These days I would say nearly anything by Charles Berthoud 

 

 

This is owsome, never heard any bass playing with slide, but this is great !!!

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1 hour ago, lowdown said:

I really like 'Renaud Garcia-Fons' solo pieces...

 

 

 

 

Absolutely, this man knows and feels what he he is doing !

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33 minutes ago, nilorius said:

Absolutely, this man knows and feels what he he is doing !

 

In similar way, like the Gary Willis track you posted, these players of a high standard are lyrical and melodic when soloing around the changes or, performing solo pieces.

They know in their head, exactly what the next note (or phrase) will be, rather than letting the fingers aimlessly lead the way searching for notes.

 

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