Oooh I hated it, everybody staring.. if I wasn't so worried about the next note I had to play, I could've puked from stagefright. At least that's how I felt during the show, afterward there was always a strange rush of endorphins. Probably dehydration from sweating bullets for an hour.I played bass in a band once, it was nice being up front on stage
That's a pretty Daphne Blue bass! I also play bass a little, and I've even been paid to do it a few times! Just "I IV V" stuff, y'know... I'm not very good. I also have a Squier, but it's a Jazz neck & Precision body. Small hands. It's a very nice instrument.
I had a Yamaha bass (BB400?) for a while, but it gave me a terrible pain in the middle of my left hand, like a nail was being shoved into it. I sold that thing and since then I've had a few basses with skinny necks (Mosrite, Guild, Fender "J").I have Yamaha bass guitar and a Peavey TNT 115 S amp that I poke around on . First thing I learned was Papa was a Rolling Stone .
Those are nice. Easy to play!I've played around on my bandmates' basses over the years. Always loved how the other half of the rhythm section lived. A couple of years back I picked up a Hofner Club bass and it's a nice way to relax. I put on some Beatles and try to figure out those classic McCartney melodic bass lines.
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