#1
Wow. I went to a band practice and someone bought along a bassist. I hadn't met him before, but i walked in, and he was jamming hardout with my drummer. The drummer quietened down and the bassist REALLY went for it and started playing Hysteria. Perfectly. My mouth dropped open, and i thought: First impressions, this guy is a monster. And now i can't stop grinning

I know it's not the most interesting for all of you out there, but im really cheerful and just wanted to share it
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#4
This was the exact opposite of what happened to me.

I ended up leaving the band, after the bassist left, 2 months after. Decided that particular band was going nowhere(The other guitarist never took any showers)
..I was watching my death.
#6
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I can play hysteria.
>_>


Congratz
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#7
Hysteria isn't that hard.... but good for you?
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#8
I've picked up a bass only a few times and i know that. Not hard to play at all.
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#11
Hysteria? *opens muse collection*

...

I don't see the accomplishment.
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#12
Hysteria's pretty easy dude.

EDIT: You know what would've been impressive? If he was playing Teen Town, or Classical Thump, or YYZ...

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Last edited by ub3r_bassist666 at Nov 25, 2009,
#13
Cool?
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#14
My drummer and I improv'd about 3 quarters of The Spirit of Radio by Rush by ear/memory on the spot after I suddenly remembered the intro riff after learning it 4 years ago.

Yay.
#15
i thought you said he had a hardon with your drummer
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#16
Quote by p00
I hadn't met him before, but i walked in, and he was jamming hardout with my drummer.


lol, jamming with his hardon? You must be so jealous.


I would be seriously impressed if it someone played a Zappa tune perfectly, or a Weather Report tune, especially if it was a bassist.
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#18
Lucky....I wanna walk into a room and suddenly have a bassist.

Actually, the drummer part would be good too.......and the band part.....
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#19
This far in and no "cool story bro"? Damn.
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#20
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Wow. I went to a band practice and someone bought along a bassist.



How much did he cost?
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#21
That's about how I felt when I first saw my drummer play As I Am without even trying
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#23
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How much did he cost?

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#24
I will just reiterate what everyone else has said for no other reason than being an ass
hysteria is easy as hell