Prime, but not very good example of reggae guitar.
Typical, a bunch of people without a fraction of the talent making jumped
up comments without having any understanding themselves on the subject
matter being discussed in the video. Anyone who makes a negative comment on
this should really try making a career in music as Nathan has, instead of
commenting youtube videos in their basements/ bedrooms while flipping
burgers or working at Walmart.
Respect due to the musicians, but this is not reggae. If you get bored
with the bass line you didn’t “feel” the vibes. Reggae is about vibes and
soulful feel. Its mystical and no matter how a great musician you are, if
you don’t feel it, you can’t play it. The guitar is “ringing” too much on
the strum. Needs to be tighter, with some muting.
Nathan produced and played on a large amount of Daft Punk songs, plays with
Larry Carlton, wrote the Phil Collins hit Easy Lover. I think he knows his
Cant believe how amateur dudes try and pretend to sound all clued up
criticizing a Nathan East Lesson. When you have played for Eric Clapton
then maybe you can talk and that would be never so swallow the advise mate!
First do your homework on who Nathan East is and what he has achieved
before making a tosser out of yourself here.
I’m sure you would agree this is a good example “Morgan Heritage –
Summerjam Festival – Rockpalast”
I watched quite a few videos and I think I can safely recommend this for
guitar players. Sear for “How To Play Reggae Guitar with TUFF LION”. I’m
not affiliated with this player but I chose this video because he has the
It kinda sounds “reggaeish” 1. Strumming on guitar or keys needed (a must
in my opinion… Well almost). 2. Musicians are usually chosen for the
style they’re good at. You may be as good (e.g. Nathan East good) as you
are, it doesn’t mean that you have mastered all styles. No matter how great
of a musician that you are you should be open to constructive criticism. To
be honest, if I had to sing a reggae song I would choose another band. All
in all, Nathan East is a great bass player!
That’s just awful. And the ending couldn’t be more campy. Who wants to go
to that school?
Some painfully bland reggae!
reggae played by mr east is as “vanilla” as his stuff with Clapton !
Always stay away from the ride in Reggae! Guitarist needs too skank more!
Pocket was meh all around. I’m gonna say thumbs down on the “reggae”
Is that JR on drums? Nice!
It may not be reggae but its good bass playing and good ideas to be
transfered to any style.
You guys just want to put your opinion out there u should maybe listen a
bit more ! No offence Nathan is a very respected musician and this is
schooll jaming ,Cant you tell the difference ?
On blues changes
The drummer isnt playing the traditionnal groove but its still a
reggae(ish) bass line .Ty Nathan
Not Reggae…at all!!
Am sorry to say that don’t sound like reggae to me. Nce jam but it’s not
No, this is definitely reggae. Nothing about this composition is anywhere
far off from literally being dub reggae. Anyone who says otherwise is
attempting to put music into a box. FUCK ALL OF YOU WHO ARE TRYING TO LABEL
WHAT HE IS PLAYING.
more on the lines of fusion .. but nice jamming nevertheless
You’re never done learning.
Hi bedroom bassist coach!
are you giving advice to Nathan East ?
Its rock and roll
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