#1
i want to start play an electrical instrument but i dont which one its the best can anyone help me which instrument its the best choice??
#3
Go try a bass and a guitar. Whichever you have more fun with I would say choose that one.
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#4
don't ask us! this is the biggest decision you have to make in your life, talk with your rabbi about this, he'll understand!
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#5
well i am asking cuz i think both instruments are awesome i just want to hear what people say about these instruements
#7
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why is this here? and bassists almost never get recognition.
That depends entirely on what you choose to do yourself.
You don't have to be in the back because you're a bassist.
And the genre has alot to say to.. Of course, playing in an Iron Maiden coverband might not be the best way to show of your bass-abilities, as the main focus is on the guitars...
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#8
He didn't mean why does this thread exist, i think he meant why did you post it in the Gear Building And Customizing forum?
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#9
lol
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#11
im just curious... you didn't play guitar/bass yet you were a member of a guitar forum since november?
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#12
I sense a pit monkey...
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#13
hmm yes pit monkey indeed
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Nice vibe you just put out there. Its like daddy just hit mommy at the dinner table and we all still want to eat.
#14
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That depends entirely on what you choose to do yourself.
You don't have to be in the back because you're a bassist.
And the genre has alot to say to.. Of course, playing in an Iron Maiden coverband might not be the best way to show of your bass-abilities, as the main focus is on the guitars...


I agree with the part about not having to stand back if you're a bassist, but really Steve Harris is great, and really a great stand-out bassist.
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#15
Look at Les Claypool, he's a stand-out bassist. So is Steve Harris, Bootsy Collins played bass as a solo instrument. It's just a matter of which you prefer and what your type of music is
R.I.P. Les Paul, 1915-2009

A man chooses, a slave obeys.