Last week we looked at one of the most popular bass lines or styles in rock music, the 8th note pedal. So this week I’ve got an incredibly popular example of that same kind of pedalling bass line but this time making use of 16th notes.

It’s a great song to practice for beginner bass players looking to develop technique and stamina and is of course the song Where The Streets Have No Name by U2 played by the highly underrated Adam Clayton.

Where The Streets Have No Name

106bpm

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