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Classical music

johnny [staff]
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11 months ago
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Apart from modern music, do you guys listen or jam to classical music?

I like operas mostly and try to play any instrument (bass, guitar, whatever) along just by following my favorites lines (be it vocal or other).
Marko1960
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J S Bach is essential listening for the bass guitar, he wrote some amazing bass lines, there are many Bach for Bass Guitar books out there
I hear bits and pieces from time to time but I don't sit down and listen to it.
softcell62
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I know I should but I don't.
purplez
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Sor and Carulli for classical guitar.. I don't know if they can be played as bass? probably not.
johnny [staff]
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I am of the opinion that you can groove on the bass next to anything
5 string guy
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I am of the opinion that you can groove on the bass next to anything
That is so true.
Sidsquishus
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Yes. I listen to as much classical (baroque and classic period, a little bit of romantic, and a tiny bit of modern, and tiny bit of early) as I do rock/pop/punk/jazz….

Also listen to middle eastern music, both traditional and more modern. It is an acquired taste, I will admit!
purplez
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I am of the opinion that you can groove on the bass next to anything



I'd like to hear someone bass this one out!

Beethoven allegedly stole the melody for his moonlight sonata…
mayhem
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Always good to listen to something very different
LP
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Not when i was younger but now i find myself listening to more which i think is a good thing.

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