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Discussion in 'Ace's BASS Place' started by Dan_Q, Nov 26, 2016.
dammit i need to sort soundcloud out so i can hear what y'all doin'
It's been a good week for low end here.
NBD for me last week- there were complications so didn't post immediately but all is now well
And I now have a case for #1.
Now to get back to addressing the fact I can't play either of them properly.........
Been trying to learn the little nuances of "Gimmie Three Steps". Started playing bass with a local band not too long ago after not playing for about 4 years. So, knocking the rust off and just having fun learning songs.
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Good man I really need to print off some tabs or invest in a book and learn some grooves, hearing about you guys is helping!
Good luck with the new band
Some triphop... featuring me on guitar and fretless bass.
I've been working on YYZ(and generally getting my a$$ kicked by it) But persistence is key. The only way to get there is to keep going there.
Also Ramble On and Under Pressure.
I just finished my latest build - 5 string, 24 fret, bolt-on, Delano pickup, custom tuners, tobacco burst finish, full length flame fretboard inlay. Based loosely on the old Ampeg Devil basses.
Recessed jack and control plate.
I've recently learned bass for Breathe. It's a great song, and pretty straightforward. Plus reading about it Waters said he pretty much winged it, so I don't feel compelled to replicate every nuance. Also:
God what a great tune. I worked the rhythm guitar track out with a little help from Strat-Talkers and my teacher.
I recently recorded this bass, the video is part of a mixing tutorial but it's the only sample I have atm
I just got my bass amp back from my tech a couple weeks ago so I have been playing a lot more lately. No sound bites but this is my bass.
It's a Made in the USA 1984 Jazz Bass with the of piece pickguard and a maple neck. I bought the Kahler at a local music store here in Shawnee KS and had it installed for $100.
This was the bass that I learned on I high school and after I graduated it sat in
A closet for two years while I convinced my old HS to sell it to me for $200 plus lessons for a semester to the kid that was struggling in jazz band at the time.
Brought the Love Bass, aka Mr. Pink, upstairs to play a little the other day.
This is the closest thing I have to a made from scratch instrument.
Another Devil bass variant, this one with LED's