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Slap a bass, not a ho

Discussion in 'Welcome Forum - New Member Intros' started by rzm61, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. rzm61


    Feb 26, 2008
    Hello everyone!

    I joined the forum earlier today, however I just activated my account a few moments ago. (I couldn't access my e-mail at work)

    Anyway I hope my title and signature doesn't get me booted from the forum cause this seems like a good place for me to come and read about the main love in my life.


    I've owned my bass for about four (4) years now, however I just became a hardcore bassist for less then a year now.

    I started learning a few covers like
    Jimi Hendrix - Fire
    At The Drive-In - Quarantined (mainly the intro)

    I also have a few others under my belt, that sadly I haven't played in awhile but they would be
    Modest Mouse - Tiny Cities Made of Ashes and Float On
    The Who - Boris The Spider
    A Static Lullaby - The Shooting Star That Destroyed Us All
    Senses Fail - Martini Kiss

    The last two I had to learn for my band (Out of Reach) that I am currently the bassist for.

    If anyone is interested you can find us here www.myspace.com/outofreachpa

    Well, anyway I am happy to be a member of this forum and hope that it will help me in becoming a better bassist and learning my instrument, maybe a few techniques too. I really need to start practicing slapping.
  2. Hey..

    Your titles kinda funny, cause there is an active thread about the word hoe in a kids tune (about gardening)

    When I saw it's your 1st day, I had to laugh.
  3. rzm61


    Feb 26, 2008
    I found that quote from this site

    Also, I read that thread on the kids tune with the guy who kind of overreacted.
    I am shocked he didn't realize they were talking about the gardening tool. Especially when they mention gardening in the song...

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