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byPublished on 04-21-2016 11:30 AM Number of Views: 204
Watch as Roy demonstrates bass harmonics - those "overtones" that can add a whole new dimension to your playing.
Practice and enjoy!
byPublished on 04-21-2016 11:00 AM Number of Views: 272
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byPublished on 04-16-2016 10:30 PM Number of Views: 823
An older article, but I thought I'd bring it around again. It's all about the BASS. Always has been, always WILL be.
Lucky for me, when I was a kid, my family enthusiastically loved and enjoyed all kinds of music. Every week, I used to watch Lawrence Welk with my grandparents and quickly developed a love for tuneage from different eras. When weíd go for a drive in my grandfatherís í57 Ford - which didnít have a car radio - someone would always remember to pack along a portable so we could sing ...
byPublished on 04-16-2016 06:00 AM Number of Views: 305
The very fact that you have stopped by means you are a fan of the bass guitar. The thunder, the rumble, the power to get on stage and shake the rafters. People on the dance floor move their behinds to your sound, and you are the coolest musician on that stage!
byPublished on 04-15-2016 08:45 AM Number of Views: 79
Hello all Thunder Row Denizens,
It's around the corner! On Thursday and Friday, June 23rd and 24th Douglas Corner Cafe will be taken over by all things Bass ...
byPublished on 04-14-2016 11:00 AM Number of Views: 731
When it comes to the decision to play the bass guitar, not everybody is picking up the instrument for the first time. Sometimes, the person who wants to play already has many years of experience. Did you play as a young person and give it up when job, family and, well, LIFE needed your attention more than your beloved bass?
byPublished on 04-14-2016 07:30 AM Number of Views: 947
Anybody who knows me will testify that I occasionally like to play my bass with a bow. It's a one-off, specialty sound at best, since not many songs refer to the bass parts as "Hammer On," "Pull Off," and "Bow Through a Delay/Echo Chamber."
Playing with a bow is pretty much ...