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Registered User
Join date: Dec 2012
324 IQ
1. Spend more time listening to drums.
2. Spend less time worrying about rhythm guitar.
3. Breakdown and purchase the kind of amp that I usually make excuses not to buy.
CJ Noble
Join date: Jan 2008
342 IQ
stop buying new electrics, buy a new upright
1978 Peavey T-40 -> Ampeg Micro-VR - > Ampeg SVT210AV + Ampeg SVT-15E
Join date: May 2009
2,628 IQ
Quote by Cb4rabid
Ugh, let's try this again.

1. Get a 5 string. Seriously. Or at least a fretless bass.

2. Learn how to walk, it's a damn shame im in jazz band and I still can't improvise my own lines.

3. Get better at faster passages.

4. Learn how to properly do a full set-up.

Alex Vik
UG's Zoidberg
Join date: Oct 2008
4,967 IQ
Oh man I completely forgot about this thread.

Quote by Alex Vik
I forgot to do this last year but I'll do it this year.

Get comfortable (and good) at soloing.
Get a new bass perhaps? A 5 string would be nice.
Learn all the notes on the fretboard.
Maybe get an upright?
Write more songs (ok, it doesn't specifically apply to bass, but my bassline writing skills are somewhat lacking).

That's about all I've got.

I did nothing.
It's Dave, foo!
Join date: Jul 2004
317 IQ
1.) Buy my own bass... I've been using my brothers POS
2.) Buy a bass cab for my head
3.) Learn various bass techniques
4.) Go Geddy Lee on some shit
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