everybody at school (im a freshman) listens to rap, and all of that mainstream hip hop crap, then of course you have your handful of scene girls and rich J.A.P.s (jewish american princesses) that listen to all of that Power Pop/Emo, british "indie" (even though its not really indie [wombats, etc.]
nobody listens to classic rock. im in a band, the drummer, is the only other guy that listens to the same kind of stuff i do, like white stripes, raconteurs, wolfmother... that stuff...
...and, just to be awkward, where do bassists fit into this? I'm by no means serious, but if i do the BTEC music performance course this year (playing drums and bass), i'm curious to know how i'd fit into things. By all means, i'm a hardcore drummer but a laid back bassist and i wouldn't stand there on bass pulling solos - rather improvise a nice groove.
where do bassists fit in? from what i've heard and read, bassists are almost as unappreciated as drummers...
but i don't know, i think a whole band works together. i think drums and bass are super essential and i appreciate both.
I could say the exact same thing about guitar, you know. And guess what, you'd be pretty pissed if I bashed guitar right? Well, know you know how I feel when ignorant arrogant asshole guitarists bash drummers because they think they're the best and the world revolves around them.
My fans (if I can call them that) love me. Then again, I have a hell of alot of stage presense. I run around and jump up n down and just have fun.
My guitarist is actuslly boring. Him and the other guitarist just stand there while me and the bassist rock out (yes thats right...BASSIST!)
that goes with the drummer and I too, but yeah. for some reason the world has to revolve around the guitarist. why? idk. i think drums are awesome... if the drummer is good.
while playing a rainy show in T in the Park, a girl jumps on stage, rips off your pants and starts sucking you off; you then realize in the middle of this wonderful encounter that a 1/4" is wrapped around her leg, and if she moves, and unplugs it, you will die of electrocution.
she does exactly that, and hundreds of watts of electricity go from her mouth to your penis, then obviously to your whole body. frying you, and going down in history.
i'm going to be recording next week, and need a new amp... im looking for a smaller tube combo, 50 watts and less. I play indie, alternative, classic rock... that kind of stuff, like the white stripes, the raconteurs, and the like.
highest price i can go is 1000 bucks.
i've been looking at some fender tube combos like the hot rod deluxes, a vox ac15, i've even looked at the peavey classic 30's....
so please recommend me some amps that fit my musical style, and price range..
A friend has recently offered me his Peavey Classic 30 (which I have heard from many is a great amp) for 380 dollars used. Its about 3 months old... It was retubed with JJ Tubes, it has the metal cage tube protector, throwing in a black vinyl cover, as well as the footswitch.
Would this be a good deal, at $380.00, or can I do better?