We've all either been there, or are there now - you're bass skills aren't where you want them to be, and you know you can be better, but you just don't know how to get there. You listen to your favourite players and dream of ripping out those killer fills
The bass guitar occupies an essential place in the frequency spectrum of rock and pop music. We can all agree on that. But in this awesome video, an outtake from the Sound City sessions, we get a little glimpse at how bass players can also play an important role in
The following is a guest post by New York City bass player Chris Tarry.
If you put me in a room, say 14 x 10, give me an amp, a bass, and few minutes alone, I can come up with a pretty good bass sound. There’s control to be found in
Ugh. I just checked out my gig calendar and realized I haven't played a gig since June 12 and won't play another until August 14. That's more than two months without playing. This 'Gigging Bass Player' is NOT gigging right now. Not cool.
Lucky for me, I don't depend on gigs
I've been lurking around various bass guitar discussion forums for quite a few years, and one thing is very clear: There's a whole lotta bass snobbery going on out there.
I don't know if this kind of snobbishness exists in other circles. But in the bass world, it's everywhere.
Use a pick?