This idea came to me when i was tapping chords for a song my band wrote. It then changed to arpeggios. This is reasonably simple once you get the hang of the 4 fingers tapping in the right order. Once that's mastered, this can sound highly impressive. Excuse the tab as I'm not very good with the program, but I think you'll get the main idea.
I started playing bass 5 years ago when i was 16, playing in a rock cover band in and around my home town. My influences are Billy Sheehan, John Myung, Nick Fyfe, and Stu Hamm. Although I'm mainly a rock bassist, I still enjoy playing different styles, Blues, Funk and jazz amongst them. I'm currently at uni studying math, but one day I hope to take my bass to the next level and study music. Check out my site at http://www.fraserSneddon.tk for more details. or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for anything bass related or anything you really want!
My rig is simple. I play an Ibanez 6 string bass, active electronics.....the usual standard of instrument. I also use a 4string yamaha which I've de-fretted. My rig consists of a compressor, and a Behringer BX-1200 amp..small and not very loud, but superb tone!
I play in an original rock band called terria (www.terria.tk), and we're available to play anywhere in and around the central belt of Scotland. I try to play as much as possible, whether it's plugged in or not. Rock on! And keep practicing!