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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Logic_11, Feb 4, 2016.
working up to it
Can't say that I have, but then again I haven't played much Nirvana
Yes, but I knew I was going to do it and bought a cheap bass for the occasion.
I was playing a show once when the neck came off my bass mid song. I chucked the bass off to the side braking the neck in half. Good times
What bass were you playing ? Just so I know what bass to never buy
MIM p-bass with an aftermarket no name neck that lasted 3 weeks before screw holes striped out and the neck pulled right off. I've sense put a proper neck on it,we get along much better now.
Old broken neck pic one second pic is the new neck I found
Oooohhh that first picture is sore to look at, and I thought it was bad when my strap snapped during a gig but she looks great now, all's well that ends well
Yes. However I was far too lubricated at the time.
Nope, but I did destroy a watch and a mic doing a "dramatic" pull off. Well, I need to explain that I'm left handed and wear my watch on my right wrist. But, I do play righty.
Nah, but I did break the cable off my guitarist's pedalboard once in high school. We were standing really close by and some crazy songs later, our cables were entangled to the point that my headbanging broke the cable leading from his guitar to the pedalboard.
Not a bass, but one time when I was doing something crazy, the bass ended hitting my jaw in such a way that I chipped a tooth. Thankfully, it was in the back and was very minor (as in, the dentist didn't see any other cracks and wasn't concerned about fixing it).
Once I rocked forward as I as taking it off, and smashed the upper horn into my mouth.
I broke an E string once
Did it once, due to a weak strap and being too fkn flash!
I used to have a Status Series II and at the end of one song I had to hit low A and the A and G harmonics on the D and G strings simultaneously. As the harmonics rang, I'd modulate them with the heel of my left hand at the bottom of them neck. One night, throwing a shape and bending the harmonics, the strap snapped and the Status went flying off and landed - where else?? - on the iron foot of an old mic stand, gouging the upper horn. The whole bass had to be stripped and refinished.
Nowadays, Status basses have the 'Bend well'. Wish mine had had that back in the '80s.
I stomped a hole in the top of an acoustic guitar for a photo shoot once, does that count?
No but one time I rocked so hard my face slid off.
I have smashed my bass into all kind of things, it is usually a mic stand. I am a bit of a klutz.
I have put a guitar through an amp as well if that is what you are referring to. The Crate amp didn't make it but the guitar, I want to say a NOVA, held up surprising well and even kept tune... I was a teenager...