Posted by Benjamin on December 2, 2009 Filed under: bassguitar, upright, video tagged: accoustic bass, solo, upright
Simply Brilliant Adam Ben Ezra, doing Andy McKee’s Drifting on the double bass:
Hat tip to Guy for forwarding it to me!
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I have a bass amp that has a minimum 4 ohm load. I you connected a 4 ohm cabinet and a 8 ohm cabinet would it still work? Anyone know\?
Wow! Just when I thought nothing could be better than Andy McKee! My mouth is agape…
Wow! Just Wow!!!!!
Dang. I am going to have to learn how to play stand-up one of these days.
PS. Sorry I haven’t been around lately… you know the line….. been busy.
I can play normal bass and I have always wanted to knoe how to play double bass.
This is amazing. I’m sending this video to my buddy who plays stand up bass. Truly inspiring, thanks for posting this!
Fantastic! I’ve seen McKee do ‘Drifting’on acoustic trillish ordinary non-bass common-or-garden guitar, but this has made my day. All music should be re-played almost exclusively on bass, or in a pinch, bass-like instruments.
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