>daily reminder that John Lennon was a worthless cuck
I play Bass as a hobby, started out playing upright in school, now I just tinker around on a bass guitar.
But I don't feel inspired or like I'm getting any better. I want to be able to write bass lines for other parts and record stuff, but don't play any other instrument well. What should I do?
Here's a shitty thing I recorded on my phone.
>I want to be able to write bass lines for other parts and record stuff, but don't play any other instrument well
hate to be that guy, but you don't even play bass well. that bassline's weak, super basic indiecore stuff, and i'm pretty sure it's mostly ripped off some Arctic Monkeys song or other.
just practice bass, listen to lots of different music for inspiration, and learn guitar. Guitar will almost certainly help your bass playing.
>Post desired gear
>How long have you been playing?
>Talk about and play music
>General guitar and bass discussion
Guitar chords and inversions
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I found a cheap 5 string Fender jazz bass in my area, i've never played bass before but i kinda want to try out playing bass, should i get it or i'd better look at a 4 strings one?
So I just got my first 5 a few weeks back, playing 4s for quite a few years. I say go for the 5. Honestly,the learning curve isn't that different and it'll give you more versatility in the future. You just need to memorize note on one more string.
Tl;dr start on a five and you'll be just a fluent as you would be on a four.
Mike Oldfield made this when he was 19. What's your excuse?
haven't had one of these in a while.
share music, recc and discuss
If you know less than 10 artists on this list then you are a plebian and a normie.
Lana Del Rey
Post very promising new bands (bands that released their debut in the last 3 years)
Another very promising new band that will release another album this year. i really look forward for this one too
ITT: More stuff like pic related. I just finished listening to it and it's really fucking good. Where do I go from here?
How do I get into Gentle Giant? I like most of the classic prog bands but Gentle Giant just doesn't seem to click. I feels like their songs don't flow like Yes or Genesis for example but then again neither do many classic King Crimson songs that I like. There are some things that sound good but I just can't get myself to listen to their albums again and again (though the only albums I've heard from them are Octopus and The Power and the Glory).
What are you listening to /AFGJ/?
Do you know any other happy summer dream pop albums like this one?
The Pixies are the fat Beatles.
Prove me wrong.
Solo projects edition
Old thread >>61975972
What went wrong?
it was just some more of the same
I can't really be upset, it wasn't terrible.
>did moot listen to BoC??