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Rush -- Deluxe Bass TAB Collection 1975 - 2007: Authentic Bass TAB [Paperback]


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3 Jan 2009
From the legendary progressive rock band, Rush, this collection covers their 30+ year career. Commencing in the mid-'70s and concluding with chart success Snakes and Arrows this 22 song collection is a tribute to prog-rock, master bassist Geddy Lee. All of Geddy Lee's amazing bass parts fully transcribed in TAB. Titles: The Big Money
* Closer to the Heart
* Distant Early Warning
* Dreamline
* Far Cry
* Fly by Night
* Freewill
* Ghost of a Chance
* The Larger Bowl
* Limelight
* New World Man
* One Little Victory
* Red Barchetta
* Show Dont Tell
* The Spirit of Radio
* Subdivisions
* Test for Echo
* Tom Sawyer
* The Trees
* Vital Signs
* Working Man
* YYZ.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Good but Geddy deserves much better! 11 April 2009
By Mad Max - Published on
Don't get me wrong, I am very pleased to see a "new" Rush bass tab book tabbing the glory of Geddy's masterful playing, but unfortunately, 70% of this is purely recycled/reprinted tabs from the Rush bass book that has been around forever. Also, there are some things missing from the tabs- in fact some of the newer ones are incorrect at several areas (they have oversimplified what Geddy is playing eliminating dead notes and sixteenth notes.) I would give this 3.5 stars if that were available.
Case in point Far Cry- During the verses Geddy uses this technique where he plays very fast sixteenth notes by flicking his index finger back and forth like a pick. This book has simplified this line to a more playable eighth note figure, but it is not what Geddy plays at all! (I have seen him play it live and have no doubt of what he plays.)
Also, for the tabs they reprinted verbatim from the earlier Rush bass anthology they could have at least cleaned up the graphics and fixed a few tab errors, Nope, they reprinted them fuzzy text and all.
I still give this four stars because you are getting a master class in Rock Bass playing from one of the top 3 bass players of all time.
One other note Alfred- on Big MOney- they are called Dead Notes- and he plays a ton of them throughout the song- yet none are tabbed.
To summarize good to have a new Rush bass tab book, bad that so little respect is paid to Geddy's playing- If you are going to tab the man's work who made 1000's pick up the bass- Do it Right! No excuses.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A lot of fun! 21 Oct 2012
By R. Gregory - Published on
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Geddy Lee is one of the true masters of the bass and this book is a great way to venture into his world. Having the lyrics along with the tab are a great help for bassists having trouble finding their way.
While this book won't make you play like Geddy, it will make it possible to play along and have some fun at the same time.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars studio 6 July 2012
By nateandrews6 - Published on
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this is the way i see it.have read reviews that this book is not completely must be close enough,or right on's the same book Rush endorses on their web site.sure it may not have the same flare compared to what you see in concert.that's why concerts are live.this is most likely,what you hear come from your cd...
1.0 out of 5 stars Crashes kindle android app 22 Jan 2014
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This crashes the android kindle app (on nexus 10). I can't even view the table of contents.

1.0 out of 5 stars Kindle Version 7 Jan 2014
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Purchased the Kindle version and did not like at all. I've used Tab books in the past and they work well for me. Thought I'd try a Kindle version, didn't care for the small text, you can zoom into the page but I prefer to view the whole sheet. I've order the standard paperback version for my collection...
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