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Pretty easy bass line. If you are familiar with 4/4 time, then you will understand
this next part. The song is in 4/4 time, and you hold each note for four beats. If
you are not familiar with 4/4 time, then just listen to the song, you will pick it
up within the first verse, I guarentee. My IM Screenname is bassplaya4life14, so IM
me sometime and tell me what you think.


Standard Tuning
E A D G
Intro
G------------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------------|
A----------3-------------------------------|
E--1---1---------1-------------------------|

Rest of the song goes like this:

G-----------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------------|
A----------1----3-----------------1----3-------3------|
E--1---1------------1----1----1------------1--------1-|

Remember to hold each note to the other, DO NOT PUT ANY GAPS IN BETWEEN THE NOTES!!!!!

            
            
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swamp_bass 11 Apr 30, 2015 05:27 PM

Lack of accuracy. Thanks for the attempt, but this is way off. The bassist is playing alternating thirds in a classic blues pattern.

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