what bass guitar for rock?
what bass guitar for rock? or genre doesn't matter, a good bass is a good bass ?
u think this guitar is good enough?
http://www.musicarts.com/Yamaha-RBX1...1-i1146650.mac ( if this is not good my budget is only 200 - 300$ and please recomended bass guitar for me )
this is my first time to buy im own bass guitar..and i dont have experience to play bass..
but ive been play guitar for a years and also plucking but i stop play too for a years lol and i dont remember what i learn lol and i want to start again but this time i want to learn how to play bass im god dam serious..
you think i can learn and teach my self to play bass guitar?
I have no experience with that particular bass, but Yamaha is a respected brand, and this model looks simple and straightforward. It's probably fine for what you want.
Will you have success at playing bass? Only you can determine that. It's based on talent, hard work and the willingness to listen, learn and care a lot about it. No short cuts. But, it's lots of fun.
Get a teacher, if possible, or at least find some good teaching materials online. Find other people to play with.
One good thing about learning to play bass (especially in rock music) is that simplicity is your friend. You can start out very simple, and as long as you have a good sound, your time is good, and you're hitting the essential notes, other musicians will actually thank you for it!
Good luck and enjoy yourself!
why i really nid a teacher to teach me how to play bass?
I don't have the money to spend on lessons, so do you think I should teach myself to play or would it be a waste of time? but before i learn how to play " acoustic guitar "by my self you think thats good enough?
you think that bass guitar is good ?im not sure to buy it or not maybe you guys recomended me for bass guitar my budget is only 200-300$
Okay, I'll again... :)
1) Buy that bass.
2) Teach yourself.
People play rock music with all sorts of different basses. Each has its own sound and character, but "rock" means a lot of different things.
Yamaha is a good company. The RBX170 is their basic, low-budget model. But that will be true of just about anything in your budget.
Do you have $200-300 for the bass and other money for an amplifier, or is that all that you have to spend? If you're in the US, you can get a decent cheap SX bass from www.rondomusic.com for $100 plus shipping. That will leave you money for an amplifier. If you can spend $300 on just a bass, I would look at the Vintage Modified basses from Squier, or a better Yamaha (like the RBX374).
Yes, you can teach yourself. I did. Lots of famous bassists did. But it takes more dedication and self-discipline to figure out what you need to learn and to do it. If you have a teacher, they can tell you what to work on and then expect to see the results next week. Without one, you have to put that expectation on yourself. A teacher is better, but if you can't afford it, you can't afford it.
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