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WANTED: Accurate Green Day Bass Tab

I'm just wondering if anyone has accurate bass tab for Green Day? I'm mainly looking for Dookie and Insomniac right now. I remember there used to be an official Dookie bass tab book but I can't find it anywhere online.

Does anyone have anything, links, books etc.?

I have just been piecing most of the songs together by random youtube and live videos but I would love to find something that's really close to what Mike actually plays.

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www.ultimate-guitar.com

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www.songsterr.com

www.bigbasstabs.com

You can also search for "green day isolated bass track" on youtube, listen to it and you'll be able to figure it out pretty good.

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I use Ultimate Guitar Tabs. tTabs is another website I know, but I don't use it very much.

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Learn it by ear. It'll better you as a musician.

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Guitaretab usually has some good stuff and 911tabs (I'm pretty sure that's what it's called) has links to websites that have tabs but they aren't all guitar...so be warned. I hope those help :)

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Just so you know, the official tab books aren't always 100% accurate. Use ultimate-guitar.com and watch videos of them live and you'll figure it out soon enough.

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