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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by tommyr01, Jun 10, 2019.
Way. To. GO!!!!!!!! What a proud moment (says the dad of another initially reluctant daughter bassist).
It’s a fantastic feeling isn’t it? (My 14-year old, not-so-mini Matic. He also is the frontman for my band!)
Awesome. My song is a gui****, but I am proud of him. He has been touring the world for a couple years. He way surpassed his papa.
Well done good and faithful servant.
Well done Dad, it's a great feeling isn't it.
This gives me some great hope !!!!!
Nice collection of Doors albums !!!!....... yeah this pooch of ours is VERY spoiled, and loves hanging in the music cave
right on man, cool lookin' lazy pup too!
Yea kids are great ! My doughter,11 years old, sayes when shes got some more time over she's gonna teach me notes ... shure I'm proud. I just didn't know I play that bad ...
Be careful what you wish for. Years ago Gatorbait (my son) started fooling around on my basses. Not long after that he started in an arts oriented high school and shortly after starting there took up bass as his major. The little maggot can now absolutely smoke me on the thing. I hate him.
That is wonderful
And a great story for the upcoming Father's day!
So the kid asked if she could have one of my basses to put stickers on ........ looks like it's time for a less expensive beginner bass and not one of daddy's
Figure out how much you want to spend, and spend Father's Day going bass shopping. Let her make the final choice, with a little fatherly input.
That is an excellent suggestion !
I've helped other teens who wanted to get "more serious" on guitar or bass, and seldom do our tastes match. But no matter how "right" the instrument is in your eyes, if it isn't what they want, they won't be as likely to pick it up. I had a nephew select a black BC Rich type guitar to play in his teen band and school stage band, but he wanted it. And he played it.