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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by iplaybass, Jul 20, 2002.
That is, sitting, standing, or otherwise? I tend to stand and walk around my room when I play.
i play both ways..... i sit down and practice for a few... then stand up and practice.
Standing. Sometimes sitting, but mostly standing.
Standing and sitting, more standing though.
sitting and standing but mainly sitting . sometimes standing and moving
i voted standing.. the majority of the time i stand. i do sit from time to time. at band practice sometimes i sit in front of my amp.. helps with hearing myself.. so standing.. woo..
I stand and walk around when I'm doing drills--which is most of my practice time, sadly--and sit down when I'm trying to learn a song or come up with a part.
I sit when doing exercises and learning/composing new material. When I practice with my band, we stand, move around, groove to the music... whatever grabs us...
I'm usually sitting. I don't have a whole lot of room so moving around is way out. That and I never saw a point in walking around while playing. I dunno. I'll stand sometimes too, but mostly I just sit.
both ways. and i usually jam on some reocords that inspire me to play.
I tend to stand up an move around. Sometimes I move in circles and after a while I get dizzy in my head LOL. But mostly standing and when I know the song I often pretend I´m on stage and headbang like a maniac (or a Insane man)
most of my practise is running thru songs and doin excercises and stuff, which i do standing
i seem to write better sitting down tho
Mostly sitting. I try to learn the necessary stuff at the beginning, then work on a song or so (usually something that extends what i worked on earlier, like Parallel Universe by the Chili Peppers for fast fingerstyle.) and when i'm finishing practice, I'll do the song all the way through standing up, as if I were playing it with my band.
Hey Joe, I always used to sit on my BX-100 during practice. How's it working for you?
I stand and move around. If I am practicing amplified, I do this until my cord is inextricably tangled. Then I sit down for a while and untangle it. Then I have a carrot or two, and reprise.
Cool! I'm working on doing two octave scales while in bound lotus
Try Blackstone Merlot. Quite nice!
I have that problem too. But instead of eating a carrot or two, I get on Talkbass and b*tch about my cords breaking.
You're so weak. You're breathing must be all off, I've been able to do three octave scales, (joy of 5-string), in bound lotus for months. And I play my scales as 32nd notes at 350bpm.
Yeah, but you're doing bound lotus sitting, right? I'm doing it on my head - that's why I'm the Yoga teacher, man