Asynchronous Jam: “Wolves” Bassline (slow)

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For your practice and recording pleasures, here is a bassline for this week’s class song, Josh Ritter’s “Wolves.

Again, the chord progression is D / D / Em / G. Find the full tab on CowboyLyrics.

To participate in an asynchronous jam beginning with this track, record yourself (video or audio recording) playing along with this bass track (that can be coming through speakers to accomplish quick-and-dirty multi-track recording). Upload your recording of both tracks to Audioboo or Soundcloud, and share as a post on the blog, categorized as  an Asynchronous Jam.

Here is a second layer recorded on the TALONS guitar.

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3 thoughts on “Asynchronous Jam: “Wolves” Bassline (slow)

    Wolf Chasing « Introduction to Guitar said:
    February 8, 2013 at 3:45 am

    […] form wandering trying to keep with the Wolves baseline, it’s so easy to fall off the train! I listened to the song omce cause its new to […]

    […] practiced a while with the bass riff, but couldn’t get that driving beat from the video out of my skull, so I thought I’d […]

    Wolves on Banjo « Introduction to Guitar said:
    February 13, 2013 at 4:47 am

    […] recorded the “Wolves” chord progression along with the slow bass riff initially posted here, and then recorded a second track (below) with some lead improvised an an acoustic […]

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