7 string bass melodic groove

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England
Drums:
mpointon532 jams
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Norway
Bass & Bass:
eGiL718 jams

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Shared:
11/10/2016
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1
Hi guys, new to Wikiloops :) Downloaded a few drum grooves and got cooking. Just got a 7 string bass so i wanted to test both the high and low end of the bass. Tried to leave room for some other instruments. Be gentle, better uploads to come :) Peace out!
Tagged as / Sounds like:
7 string bass high and low strings test

Comments

Lenny Cowler
super:)+1
Stef
Cool atmosphere and fine playing! Welcome! :)+1
November 13 2016 16:14:50
Stef
eGiL Thank you :) +0
jjdf
cool!:)+1
adu
Sounds big and welcome to the loops :)+1
November 13 2016 11:19:41
adu
eGiL Thanks adu :) +0
November 13 2016 11:20:28
adu
eGiL Check out jmrukkers new remix :) +0
Neronick
Like the atmosphere :)+1
jmrukkers
Very cool!+1
Nightjoe
I might try and add a fretless bass on top for a "bass summit" kind of feel. I am a keyboard player.+1
November 11 2016 15:35:06
Nightjoe
eGiL Would be fun :) Was my first upload and not well planned...Will do something similar this weekend, but then i will add each instrument track as a separate remix :) +0
OliVBee
7 strings mmm interesting :) welcome to the loops !+1
GemmyF
Cool! Like both the sounds! You should generate some plays with this!+1
Tofzegrit
Seven Strings, OMG how large is the neck ? and how long are your fingers? :)
That sounds great, welcome to the loops KingJaZz
+2
November 10 2016 00:46:07
Tofzegrit
eGiL Thanks for the welcome :) Extra longs scale, got pretty long fingers :p +0

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