I have no idea how he does that on a bass.
Yeah, see that right there makes want to forget about playing bass more than his solo piece. I talked to him about the Niacin project the when he came around here on the last Bx3 tour. He basically laughed it off, saying he was just following Novello's and Chamber's lead the whole time.Speaking of Niacin:
YouTube - Niacin - Pay Dirt
What does having the fretboard scalloped have to do with A.H.?? Not trying to be a jerk but I'm not seeing what one has to do with the other.If I remember correctly, he uses them for doing "artificial harmonics".
That bajo sexto is pure sex.ohio_eric said:So I went to Billy's webpage and went through his guitar and bass collection and I must say some of his guitars are badass indeed.
All the baritones and some baritone 12 strings. Oh do want.
Billy Sheehan - bass player from Mr. Big, Niacin, Talas and DLR
I never found bass hammer-ons to be tougher than guitar ones, as long as your action is low. Heck, I have problems with "accidentally" hammering on at times with my Dingwall.He and Vai are ridiculously entertaining on stage together.
Billy does a lot of hammer-ons and must have a monstrously strong left hand.