#1
Why do we jam?

1. Passion for music
2. Chicks!
3. Addiction to playing
4. Relieves stress
5. Boredom
#8
Pretty much 1,3,4,5. #2 - the chick component, basically consists of me asking my wife to be understanding about the large amounts of time I spend on the guitar, and marshall stacks being turned on at 1 in the morning. She is very supportive though.
#9
Quote by se012101
Pretty much 1,3,4,5. #2 - the chick component, basically consists of me asking my wife to be understanding about the large amounts of time I spend on the guitar, and marshall stacks being turned on at 1 in the morning. She is very supportive though.


LOL best reply ever.

really, it's nothing other than #1
it doesn't relieve stress. the opposite to me actually, having to wait (practicing) an eternity to reach the technique / theory knowledge level i disire.

girls are really complicated about music. you can really never tell whether she will be amazingly impressed by your technique/cool music, or if they will just be, yeah cool.

it's more about your previous relation to them that will make something happen than you playing.
#10
Uhmmm, to learn?
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#12
Isn't this more of PIT topic? But my answer is 2. Maybe 1 as well.
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#16
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I guess it would be to practise one's improvisation skills and learn more about playing with other people, etc, but well, I don't do it so I can't say....


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#17
I very rarely jam. When I do, it's only to test out musical "hypotheses" of sorts. I'd much rather spend my time composing in front of Sibelius.
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#18
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I very rarely jam. When I do, it's only to test out musical "hypotheses" of sorts. I'd much rather spend my time composing in front of Sibelius.


I like both composing and Jamming. But jamming is fun, cause u create something with other people. It depends if u jam with other proficient musician's, but if u do, seeing how they take another approach on the same backing is just fun to listen to.

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