Bass

Bass or Basses may refer to:

  • Bass (fish), various freshwater and saltwater species
  • Bass (sound), describing low-frequency sound

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Other articles related to "bass":

Infectious Grooves - Band Members - Line-ups
... Grooves Mike Muir - vocals Robert Trujillo - bass Dean Pleasants - guitar Adam Siegel - guitar Stephen Perkins - drums Initial line-up ... Sarsippius' Ark Mike Muir - vocals Robert Trujillo - bass Dean Pleasants - guitar Adam Siegel - guitar Josh Freese handled the drum tracks for Sarsippius' Ark while no replacement ... Cyco Mas Borracho Mike Muir - vocals Robert Trujillo - bass Josh Paul - bass Dean Pleasants - guitar Adam Siegel - guitar Brooks Wackerman - drums 2008–present Untitled 5th album Mike Muir ...
Yellow Bass
... The yellow bass or barfish, Morone mississippiensis, is a freshwater fish native to the south and midwestern United States ... Though sometimes confused with white bass or striped bass, it is distinguished by its yellow belly and the broken pattern in its lowermost stripes ... Yellow bass reach an average length of 28 cm (11 in) ...
The The - Members - Official Members
... have been Matt Johnson – vocals, guitars, keyboards, bass, melodica, engineering ... Tom Johnston – bass guitar (1980) ... guitars and harmonica (1988–1994) (see also The Smiths) James Eller – bass (1988–1994) (see also Julian Cope) D.C ...
Sixpence None The Richer - Band Members
... members Matt Slocum – guitar, cello Leigh Nash – vocals Justin Cary – bass (1997–2004, 2008–) Former members TJ Behling – bass (1990–1994) Brad Arnold – drums (1990–1994) James Arhelger – bass (1994 ... Plasencio – bass (1995–1996) Sean Kelly – guitar (1997–2004) Rob Mitchell – drums (2001–2004) Jerry Dale McFadden – keyboard (2001–2004) ...
Diary Of A Madman (album) - Personnel
... backing vocals, production Randy Rhoads – guitars, production Bob Daisley – bass Lee Kerslake – drums, percussion Additional Personnel Johnny Cook ...

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