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    What dj said... Pino Palladino. Effortless playing with sweet tone!

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    Geddy Lee, Flea and Les Claypool, all really great imo

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    Geddy Lee

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    Lots of very good bass players around. A couple of them not yet mentioned are Tal Wilkenfield (good enough to be Jeff Becks regular bass player and still not 30) and Mariusz Duda (Riverside).
    "Leave me where I am, I'm only sleeping"

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    Bryan Bellar!! Case closed !!

    Jim

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    Billy Sheenan

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    Yeah, Being from Buffalo, too, I have to vote for Bill Sheehan..... Whom by the way is on jamplays staff!!

    Hello Bill!!!

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    Let's not forget the funkiest bass player!


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    You can take all of the great jazz, metal and whatever type bass player you want, and call them great. The person I find best is someone along the lines of Marta Altesa. She is an accomplished player, and she has so much, obvious, fun, playing, that she makes you want to play. If not for watching her youtube video series, I would not have pursued my current road into music.

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    Billy Sheehan, but I'm biased.. filming his lessons and watching him play was terrifying. You should see him w/ a 6 string guitar as well, equally enjoyable to watch. He makes the guitar look like a small toy after playing bass.

    Then again, if I had one-on-one exposure to alot of the guys/gals mentioned in this thread, my opinion would be subject to change!

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