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Monster bass player sat in

Postby playingdead » Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:25 am

We were without our regular bass player on 9-18, so we had Dr. Bottom as a Phil-in ... oh, man ... unbelievable.

He gets going with the bombs in Truckin' at about 7 minutes in, and never lets up. He doesn't really have a total Phil tone, more of a bright modern sound, but he BRINGS it. I didn't touch his tone, either, straight in. Wow. Yamaha 6-string. What he does on Foolish Heart and Terrapin is pretty remarkable, too.

http://52vincentdrive.com/pd091810johnnydsset2.mp3

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Re: Monster bass player sat in

Postby keirweir » Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:44 am

playingdead wrote:We were without our regular bass player on 9-18, so we had Dr. Bottom as a Phil-in ... oh, man ... unbelievable.

He gets going with the bombs in Truckin' at about 7 minutes in, and never lets up. He doesn't really have a total Phil tone, more of a bright modern sound, but he BRINGS it. I didn't touch his tone, either, straight in. Wow. Yamaha 6-string. What he does on Foolish Heart and Terrapin is pretty remarkable, too.

http://52vincentdrive.com/pd091810johnnydsset2.mp3

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I have been seeing this guy play bass for 15 plus years... He really is AMAZING! Good singing voice too...
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Re: Monster bass player sat in

Postby jerrys.kids » Tue Sep 28, 2010 2:05 pm

whats he been up to since the old slipknot days?
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