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Thank You bass

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G|-------------9---7---9---------------9---7----|
D|----------------------------------------------|
A|----5---7------------------5---7--------------|
E|-7--------------------------------------------|
   s  s   s    p   p   p     s   s     p   p

G|-------------9---7----9---------------9----7--|
D|----------------------------------------------|
A|-----5---7-----------------5/7----------------|
E|-7------------------------------0-------------|
   s   s   s   p   p    p     s   s     p     p


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| s  Slap
| /  Slide up

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brimtastic 10 Jun 29, 2010 05:19 AM

"it is all slaping and plucking"

...Popping?

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Hasnep 142 Mar 27, 2015 08:20 AM

I know this is really late, but the inventor of "slapping" and "popping" (Larry Graham from Sly and the Family Stone) calls it "thumpin? and pluckin?".

Haven't seen anybody ever use the mixture of the two phrases though!

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juanalpha 10 May 23, 2017 09:52 PM

Would be nice to put some Stanley Clarke in this category too 😀!!!

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