Bass Guitar - Your favourite/favorite Bassists?

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    Homer mentioned Les Claypool, above.
     
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    It better not be that headbanger twosome. They are distressing.
     
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    Fieldy from Korn
    Steve Harris from Iron Maiden
    Rex Brown, Pantera
    Alex Webster, Cannibal Corpse
     
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    Sean Yseult/White Zombie
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    the guy who play bass in b52's rock lobster is a gas. That song is an absolute blast and the bass part is integral to its success.
     
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    Got to be either Rory MacDonald (ex-Runrig) or Fin Wilson (Goodbye Mr Mackenzie / Angelfish / Filthy Tongues).
     
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    Sting and Kip Winger, both of whom have killer voices, too. It's impressive how they could sing and play so well at the same time.
     

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