Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by SuperBassX926, Dec 26, 2002.
im dumb and a new person at bass so will someone help me out and tell me wat the strings notes r???
Thin to fat on a 4 string G D A E
a 5 string normally has a low B but sometimes has a high C.
I'll tell you, but please try to spell full words,, i'm trying to save you.... just take my word for it.
From thickest to thin on a 4 stringer
E A D and G.
On a five, Add a Low, bigger, "B" string, or a High, Thinner string. c
thanks and sorry i will try to use real words
grammar is the next step!
(strange: the grammarian as i am, i rarely capitalize in these 'boards. some odd t.s. elliot homage, most likely.)
Yeah, please spell things out correctly.
I clicked on this thread just to figure out what the hell it was about. I had no idea what the title said.
if you liked eliot enough to give him an homage, you'd probably spell his name right.
capitalization is highly overrated.
haven't read a single thing by him!
[subjects of sentences are overrated, too! is it just me or have my last five or so posts been about grammar? and i've had me bum handed to me about thrice yet! ]
that makes sense, as he wasn't noted for grammatical aberrations at all. maybe you were thinking of e. e. cummings.
Smart-assed college kid...
only when someone stumbles blindly into one of the few areas in which i can claim significant knowledge.
I didn't notice a conversation about John Denver's Anthology.
that guy is weird.
anyways about the question, get to know a little more then what you do before you buy anything too eh? sounds like you dont have much clue about the subject and you can easily get ripped off and sold one of those "slammer" basses for 800 dollars.
BURN!... I hope