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Hi. I have been making some bass cover videos on YouTube and putting tabs for the song. I play all songs in standart tuning and try to make the bassline close to the original but also interesting and easy to remember/play(since it's so hard and pointless to play all the notes exactly like the bassist did on the recording). Maybe I will do some lessons about bass and musical theory applied to it, if anybody is interested... So this is my YouTube channel: youtube.com/user/MysteriousBassBoy I would also recommend this site for learning bass, as it helped me a lot years ago, now it looks like
The JAM Hero project aims providing alternative versions of tabs, be them tabs never made or tabs that are already in this forums. All songs have bass, lyrics and a single guitar, with phrases and dynamic difficulty for Riff Repeater too. The guitar and bass arrangements MAY HAVE OTHER INSTRUMENTS PARTS, for the sake of enjoyment, musical learning and completeness. Also the bass and guitar are always in STANDART TUNING, with notes/riffs/parts outside the instrument ranges in this tuning being replaced by others that can be played in standart tuning. ALL SONGS HAVE A "[JAM Hero]" TAG ON THE ALB
Hi. I have been doing tabs for myself and I have the "habit" of only playing songs on standart tuning. When a song is on other tuning I would simply arrange it so the lower notes would go one octave higher, and stuff like that. The problem is that I want to share my tabs with people, but I know that there will be people bitching 'cause of my tabs. I used to have a Youtube channel of "bass tabs" and when I posted some in standart tuning that were not people started posting things like "Your tab is wrong", "You don't know how this song is", even thought I CLEARLY say that I changed the whole s