Inspired by another thread about jamming with one's son. A couple of years ago, my boy expressed an interest in learning bass, so for Xmas, we bought him a starter kit with a nasty P copy, an awful 30 watt amp and all the usual bad quality accessories. The idea being that if he didn't stick with it, nobody had wasted money on more expensive gear. Well, he did stick with it. He studiously practiced for an hour a day and six months later, we sat down and recorded this video. Not only did he stick with it but for the next Xmas, he asked for and got a beginners guitar kit with a nasty Strat copy, an awful 30 watt amp and...you get the picture. He then practiced for two hours a day and ended up as good a guitarist as he was a bass player, so he was already one up on his old man. Still, it was the low end that he loved and, of course, the next step was a band of his own. So here we are, two and a half years later. He's gigging regularly with his band, Echo Chamber, playing a mix of their own, indie-rock material and some classic covers. Their next gig is this Saturday at the Newquay Boardmasters Festival (a big deal here in the UK). Here though, is a clip of the guys from their last gig, playing "My Generation". I know this is a proud dad talking but I think the boy has put the work in and progressed nicely. What do you reckon?