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Chameleon Bass

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Herbie Hancock & The Headhunters
Chameleon
Bass

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G|------------------------6----------|
D|----6--8-------------8-------------|
A|---------(0)-345--6----------------|
E|-6-------------------------(0)-345-|

This is really easy and very cool to play.
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DafUNK 10 Jul 29, 2002 08:00 PM

The baseline is as follows for most of the song with little subtle changes, of course

-------4---------7------------------
------7---------9-------------------
-----------04567--------------------
-04567------------------------------

there is also an occasional fill, which the whole ensemble plays twice

-9/11-9-7/9-7-797-------------------
-----------------97------------79---
---------------------------79-------
-------------------/10-7------------

and then there are two jamming sections where the bassline is improvised over another very simple theme, which escapes me right now as I don't have my bass at work.

By the way, I'm almost absolutely positive that the bass being used on the track is a Fender Jazz Bass, fretless, which you need for that little slide to 10 in the fill and in a few other places in the tune.

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DafUNK 10 Jul 29, 2002 08:00 PM

The baseline is as follows for most of the song with little subtle changes, of course

-------4---------7------------------
------7---------9-------------------
-----------04567--------------------
-04567------------------------------

there is also an occasional fill, which the whole ensemble plays twice

-9/11-9-7/9-7-797-------------------
-----------------97------------79---
---------------------------79-------
-------------------/10-7------------

and then there are two jamming sections where the bassline is improvised over another very simple theme, which escapes me right now as I don't have my bass at work.

By the way, I'm almost absolutely positive that the bass being used on the track is a Fender Jazz Bass, fretless, which you need for that little slide to 10 in the fill and in a few other places in the tune.

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DafUNK 10 Jul 29, 2002 08:00 PM

The baseline is as follows for most of the song with little subtle changes, of course

-------4---------7------------------
------7---------9-------------------
-----------04567--------------------
-04567------------------------------

there is also an occasional fill, which the whole ensemble plays twice

-9/11-9-7/9-7-797-------------------
-----------------97------------79---
---------------------------79-------
-------------------/10-7------------

and then there are two jamming sections where the bassline is improvised over another very simple theme, which escapes me right now as I don't have my bass at work.

By the way, I'm almost absolutely positive that the bass being used on the track is a Fender Jazz Bass, fretless, which you need for that little slide to 10 in the fill and in a few other places in the tune.

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