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Anthology - O thru Z

for Guitar and Bass

By Primus

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Guitar, Electric Bass - Difficulty: medium-difficult
For Guitar and Bass. By Primus. Play It Like It Is. Funk Rock, Alternative Rock and Hard Rock. Guitar/bass tablature songbook. Guitar tablature, standard notation, vocal melody, lyrics, chord names, bass tablature, bass notation legend, guitar notation legend and introductory text. 96 pages. Published by Cherry Lane Music (HL.2500091).

Item Number: HL.2500091
ISBN 1575602164. With guitar tablature, standard notation, vocal melody, lyrics, chord names, bass tablature, bass notation legend, guitar notation legend and introductory text. Funk Rock, Alternative Rock and Hard Rock. 9x12 inches.

Includes 9 more Primus masterpieces transcribed for bass and guitar in standard notation and tablature. GuitarOne Approved!

About Play It Like It Is

The Cherry Lane Play It Like It Is series features authentic note-for-note transcriptions of guitar music taken directly off recordings. This series features some of the greatest guitar players and groups. Every book contains notes and tablature.

  • Pudding Time 
  • Seas Of Cheese 
  • Southbound Pachyderm 
  • Spegetti Western 
  • The Toys Go Winding Down 
  • Those Damn Blue-Collar Tweekers 
  • Tommy The Cat 
  • Too Many Puppies 
  • Wynona's Big Brown Beaver 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Somewhere, ID
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • January 09, 2007 Stretch out that thumb!

    The songs in this book are a bit easier to play than some in the A-N collection, but some songs like "Pudding Time" and "Wynona's Big Brown Beaver" will require some pretty hot and fast fingers, either on the slap or on the fret. On the plus side...

    , none of these songs require a six string except for "Tommy the Cat", and if you're tricky you can transcribe it over to a four string. The only real downside I could find, is some of these songs sound so much better on a fretless than on a fretted bass, although they can be played either way. If you like Primus, this is definitely the way to go, because before I bought this book I waded through countless tablature sites only to get half right bass, and almost no guitar tabs, for this very influential and accomplished band. If you are an avid Primus fan such as myself, I would also Highly recommend the A-N version of this tab book. Two thumbs, five stars.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Vermont
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • June 22, 2001 Excellent Tablature Book

    Les Claypool is one of the best bassists, ever. Obviously his songs will be hard to play, but this book tells you what he plays, and gives you insights to his style, whether it is slapping, strumming, tapping, or his 3 finger playing. This book has helped me a ton...

    , and I only really wanted it for one song. I learned a lot of technique through this book, and am still learning. My suggestion is to take it slow and piece by piece. Some of the songs are incredibly fast, so going slowly to start out is a must. The guitar tabs are also an added bonus, and Larry Lalonde is a phenomenal guitarist, so if you are interested in his stuff, get it! Primus are great musicians. They are considered "out there" by many, but they are original, and a damn good band. Check out the other anthology and take a look at the songs on each, then take your pick. Hope this review helped.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Portland, ME
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • January 13, 2001 One word: Primus

    alright... there's little to say here. you only need one word: Primus. it's got some great songs on here, and makes it easy to play, even if you kinda suck, like we all did at one point... but, simply put, it's Primus. nuff said.

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