Sunday Blues Jam

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Germany
Drums:
RC-Drummer5 jams
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step I
GOTO
United States
Keys:
P-Tar60 jams
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step II
playing
Canada
Bass:
Ernie4401690 jams

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05/29/2016
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Quick Sunday morning fun blues jam on this great older track by RC-Drummer & P-Tar ... really cool guys, thanks. Wanted to try my short scale Ibanez AGB200 bass ... it's a semi hollow bass with flatwounds on it. Fun and easy to play because of the short scale and it's got it's own throaty tone. Never used it until now here on the loops.
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blues jam keyboard bass drums backing track

Comments

Balfo
A must have blues track, fine played Pudsy!+1
June 06 2016 22:57:38
Balfo
Ernie440 thanks my good man! :) +0
Girard
That's interesting about the debut of this bass on the loops. I love the way those short scale basses look all stubby lol. It sounds good, it reminds me of that "upright bass" emulation Glez did. It has that sort of sound, the muddy jazziness..+1
May 31 2016 12:46:54
Girard
Ernie440 They got their own sound, that's for sure, I'd like to have a solid body short scale. +0
WHITEPONGO
Fine bass ride here !!+1
May 30 2016 03:20:59
WHITEPONGO
Ernie440 hey thanks WP!! :) +0
Stef
Great blues bass line! So good Pudsy! :)+1
May 29 2016 20:14:58
Stef
Ernie440 Thanks kindly Stef! :) +0
jjdf
great ride!!!! :)+1
May 29 2016 18:40:04
jjdf
Ernie440 Pudsy thanks you JJ :) +1
titi
Cool track & play Pudsy !+1
May 29 2016 18:40:29
titi
Ernie440 Gracias titi .. super harp add you did! :) +1
jmrukkers
Nice one, interesting sound+1
May 29 2016 18:40:44
jmrukkers
Ernie440 Thanks a lot Joe! :) +1
BossHen
Hi Pudsy. Great track and would not have guessed such a throaty tone out of a semi-hollow bass.+1
May 29 2016 16:34:26
BossHen
Ernie440 Yeah boss, thanks :) it really does have throaty tone with the real pickup engaged somewhat and a bit of treble, you get a real round bouncy P. McCartney type tone with the front pickup and treble rolled back. (like the Hofner) Not much sustain to speak of because of it's design but it's got it's place that's for sure. +1
May 29 2016 16:58:36
BossHen
BossHen unfortunately my wife has not yet been persuaded of the need or purpose of adding a fretless, semi-hollow body, short scale and 5 string to the bass collection ... :) She is a one bass is enough kinda of girl. +1
May 29 2016 19:34:33
BossHen
Ernie440 Lol Boss ... it's time to rein that little filly in and teach what's important in the life of a bass player! :) I didn't get a fretless for a long time, haven't been playin' it that long but it's something u really should have if you play bass IMO and it's not as hard as one might think .. (I know I'M no fretless expert) but it is FUN and a different experience! +1

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