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    I am learning bass, does anyone know any good bass lines I could learn?
    At the moment I am learning/have learnt:
    Seven Nation Army (learnt)
    Feel Good Inc (learnt)
    Rock Lobster (learnt)
    Dance, Dance
    The Seinfeld Theme
    Still Into You


    I know that a lot of Jet songs have fun easy to learn bass lines, but one of my personal favorite bass lines is from Beat It by Micheal Jackson.


    I play bass as well. My favourite bass line to play is Lane Boy by Twenty One Pilots.


    I play bass too! Some awesome, memorable bass lines are “For Whom the Bell Tolls” and “Orion” both by Metallica, “Longview” by Green Day, “Circle” by Slipknot, “Trapdoor” by Twenty One Pilots, any Muse bass line, “Another One Bites the Dust” by Queen, “She’s so Heavy” by The Beatles, anything by Tool, and anything by Red Hot Chili Peppers.
    I know that was a long list but those are some that I thought were really good.


    I like to use pentatonics to make up my own. If you know how to do this already then stop reading, this reply isn’t for you. What you do is put on a song and then figure out the key. You do that by figuring out the root note. I do this by just singing a note and changing it until it sounds right with the song. Find this note on your bass on the E string. Now, there’s a specific shape you have to play for minor and major pentatonic scales. Hazard a guess as to whether its major or minor. Play the shape for that. If it sounds right then just make up an order from those. If it doesn’t then try the other shape. If that doesn’t work then you’ve done it all wrong, try again. If you want a better explanation on how to do this then I suggest you use google.

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