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Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by ryco, Jan 6, 2012.
That's pretty good.
Not bad. Maybe I'll print this out and leave it at the rehearsal space.
Oh, yeah, we dotn have a rehearsal space....
Nice post. I lol'ed.
In any case I have to quit according to this chart. stupid drummer.
goes to show how vital a good drummer is.
so we should all play drums as well to be more marketable.
Depends on who your drummer is. Mine scratched my new Spector 4lx.
It was a small scratch, but I still took a dump in his shoe?
Lol be nice to the drummers. Just because they're always crazy.
Depends on whether our lead guitarist was benevolent or malevolent as a dictator. So I should have either given it a month or quit and stolen the drummer.
Interesting that drummers seem to be both held in great esteem "Quit, steal drummer" and no esteem "Just be happy musicians are keeping you around"
This would be a good poll. Based only on the flowchart, should you quit your band?
I know. Lold. Sad but true. Not taking the drumer tho.
Good drummers. I treasure mine.
ha ha, very good, not so good however is according to this I have 5 reasons to quit, the writings on the wall it seems. Maybe i should give it a month.
This is so true. Why always b@tsh!t crazy?!?
My drummer in my last band was only 18, but played like a cross between Mike Portnoy and Chris Layton. He could groove with the best of them and solo like nobody's business. I would have stolen him if I could, trust me!
Maybe they just want to be noticed since they're sitting at the back all the time...
I don't know why but i lol'd at the question mark like you were asking for confirmation. XD
But everyone should be afforded the opportunity to find out exactly what it takes to get thrown out of one.