#1
and im looking everywhere for a bass player, maybe another guitarist, and maybe a vocalist, for all you people that went to high school already, what is the good chance im going to meet somebody who does one of those positions
and plus im taking guitar this year, will that give me a better chance
#2
it might give u a better chance. it will ,definetely give u a beter chance at hot girls if they no u play guitar
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#3
There's a pretty big chance you'll find another guitarist and a vocalist, bassists are hard to find though.
#4
You'll find people if you're in music classes.

Also, make sure that you are definate with what you want with band members. Don't just say, okay, you're our singer if that person isn't what you're looking for. Trust me, I know - I'm stuck with a mediocre singer until next year.
#5
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bassists are hard to find though.

for some reason
gets me thinking
#6
well personally i go to school with almost 65% of the population being african american, like 5 mexican, and the rest white.... SO! if you went yo my school, your chace is next to nothing.
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#7
From my highschool experience, you will definitely find people who could fill those spots. However, just because they aren't in a band, doesn't mean they will join yours. If they're decent people, they won't mind that it's your first year of HS, but most teens are asses, and will probably not want to join your band for that reason alone.

Good luck anyways, make some friends. I hope you find some members!
#8
Though if you're considering someone tell them to meet you at your house or somewhere to audition if they show up an hour late or not at all cut em loose. Because it sucks to have a band full of flakes.
#9
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Though if you're considering someone tell them to meet you at your house or somewhere to audition if they show up an hour late or not at all cut em loose. Because it sucks to have a band full of flakes.

i know what you mean
#10
In my school it goes from least to greatest
Keyboard
Bass
Guitar
Vocals
Drums

So there are almost NO Keyboardists and TOO MANY Drummers
#11
grrrrrrrrrrrrr i envy schools that offer guitar as a corse, I HAVE TO PAY FOR LESSONS.. eventually.. bull****
#12
Guitarists are easy, bass and vocals will be a bit tougher but you should be able to find someone. If not, pick up the slack and learn to sing/play bass/both yourself if you really want a band.
#13
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grrrrrrrrrrrrr i envy schools that offer guitar as a corse, I HAVE TO PAY FOR LESSONS.. eventually.. bull****

thanks for the help
#14
im sure you will meet people that do those things.

getting them to be in a band with you is a whole different story though.

you might have trouble finding people that want to do the same types of music you do.
#15
drums are the hardest to find imo..

chances are all the bassists are going to play bass like it's a guitar.

and the drummers aren't gonna know what a click track is.
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chances are all the bassists are going to play bass like it's a guitar.


i envy that
ill only let it pass if your insane at bass
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look in a music classroom and start yelling for musicians.

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#19
You're taking guitar in high school? Like as a class?

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#20
It depends on where you're from and how many people go to your school. I just graduated from a high school of about 800-850 people in a city where country music is huge. Bassists and vocals were the hardest to find for me, not necessarily because of a lack of musicians, but because no one wanted to/had the balls to sing for a rock band. Except my buddy Vaughn, who is terrible.
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#21
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You're taking guitar in high school? Like as a class?

yeah
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