Download Tubular Bass - Cottonmouth (4) - Tubular Bass (File)
2011
Label: Permanent Damage Records - PDRX0017 • Format: 2x, File WAV • Country: Bermuda • Genre: Electronic • Style: Dubstep


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8 thoughts on “ Tubular Bass - Cottonmouth (4) - Tubular Bass (File)

  1. Jun 19,  · Music: Tubular Bass - Cottonmouth I just saw this video after years after the first time seeing it. It really felt like I had to create something out of this. It was really just an hour of.
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  3. Jan 25,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells Part 3 Bass Line YouTube Mike Oldfield 'Tubular Bells' Live at the BBC (HQ remastered) - .
  4. Get the best Tubular Bells Bass tab by Mike Oldfield @ slowanceorarise.tranuruspachamvimastimijobtipor.co - tabs search engine. Last updated on
  5. Tubular Bells Part One - Finale bass tab by Mike Oldfield. 19, views, added to favorites 94 times. Tuning: E A D G. Author JackalD [a] 2 contributors total, last edit on Dec 07, View interactive tab. Download Pdf.
  6. Mar 26,  · (a) slides from D to E - with Finger 4, (b) slides from E to D - again, by using Finger 4. At a slow tempo that sliding even creates a la "shuffle" effect. Also, that sliding back from E to D kind of "dies" on Eb/D#. On that youtube video, the bass player uses different TAB for the last four 16th notes.

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