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Jack Johnson - Do You Remember Bass

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Do You Remember Bass

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                This is one of JJ's acoustic numbers again - maybe there's some bass in there somewhere 
but, in any case, here's what a bassist can play for it.

If you just want to root along, especially if you are a beginner and/or want to sing 
along, this is nice and easy :) pick your own rhythm to it, mess about

G --------------------------------------------------------------------|
D ------------------7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-------------------|
A --5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5---------------------------------5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5---|
E --------------------------------------------------------------------|
   (       D      )(       A       )(      G       )(       D      )

G -----------------|
D -----------------|
A --5(X16)-7(X32)--|
E -----------------|

Now... here's how I *like* to play it :P with twists such as...

G ----------------------------------------7------------------------|
D --------------4-5-/-7-7--7--/9-7-6-5-5~---7-5-5-4----------------|
A --5-5---5---5------------------------------------5-5~-0-2-3-4-5--|
E -----------------------------------------------------------------|

G -------------------------------9-----9-7-9-----9-----9-7-9--|
D -----------9-9-9-7------------------------------------------|
A --5(X15)-7---------9-9-9-8-7-7---7-7-------7-7---7-7--------|
E ------------------------------------------------------------|

G ------9-----9-7-9---14--14--12--12--11--11-1212/--|
D -------------------------------------------1212/--|
A --7-7---7-7-------12--12--10--10--9---9----1010/--|
E --------------------------------------------------|

And so on :) Keep mixing it up!
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