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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by BITCRUSHER668, Dec 21, 2016.
title pretty much says it,, habit drags me back from improving
Scales. Learn some and practice then vertically. Form new (better) habits. I think I read somewhere that it pretty much takes about three weeks to break old habits and/or form new ones.
This. And @Gorn you have about twenty minutes to change you avatar pic back or else. I get a bead on you guys and you up.and change things on me. (Guess it'll take me about three weeks to get use to it?)
I say just keep doing it, looks cooler live anyways.
So what you need is washtub (or warsh-tub) bass such that you don't have any of those pesky other strings to confuse the issue. Slap a piezo pickup on it if you need electric signal. Get some raggedy overalls, grow a scraggly beard, felt hat, give up shoes...
Oh, is it avatar changing day? I'll play...
Nah. Hitch was great. I like it. It is Hitchens, right?
I'm jelly. I can dance around scale boxes all day 'till I run out of strings (which is generally pretty soon), but when it comes to playing along a single string I can't count frets for beans. At the end of the day, you want both, so if you're good at one, that's the opposite of a problem. Just learn the other, no?
Buy a Krappy Punk Bass. Instead of learning to use all the strings have, get a bass that has all the strings you use.
Me - I can't stop smoking
Doctor - take the cigarette out of your mouth.
I actually play the E when I can, I like the sound better.
You should know at least 3 different forms for major and minor scales. Start on the second finger and use 3 strings (major, first finger for minor). Start on the 4th finger and use 3 strings (major and minor). Start with first finger and use 2 strings.
Go slow, get it right, move up the speed.
Just start a D.A.D. (Disney After Dark) tribute band. One is all you need.