for a note – I’m going to remake this review and tabs, bass tuning f*cked up (down 1 step actually=)
We have reached 4th review of Cliff Burton’s legacy. Now it’s one of the darkest songs of Metallica – “The Thing That Should Not be” – bass analysis with bass tab (you can find gpt+pdf in the end of article).
Here we go! You are reading my very first article of “TOTAL CLIFF” series – complete review of legacy of original Metallica bass player Cliff Burton – bass genius, who`s gone too early, but leave so big mark. I feel a need to share my experience with you, that Cliff never had a chance to do.
I start with “No Remorse” from “Kill’ Em All” album. You may count it as bass lesson, bass cover with tabs, or whatever. So, bass line of Cliff Burton from “No Remorse”, Metallica – let’s go!
Hey, friends! “Guitar solos on bass” renews, actually by request, bass tab done either. This is my bass solo variation of “Floods” outro by Pantera. “Floods” outro is an awesome piece of music, another amazing work by Dimebag Darrell, R.I.P. I’ve modified it for 4-string bass guitar with some changed moments, but initial idea is kept. This Pantera bass tab placed below>
bass solo pantera floods outro tab
This is one of the best Pantera` songs, stands in a line with other greatest hits of Pantera: “Cowboys From Hell”, “Mouth For War”, “Cemetery Gates”, “Walk”, “This Love” etc. This song was released in 1996 on “Great Southern Trendkill” album.
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