Here's a question -- what's the first really "neat" song you learned? You know, not something complex, just something that sounds really, really cool. The first really, really cool sounding thing I learned was Southbound Pachyderm a few months ago, which when you can coordinate your fingers and thumb so that you don't stop "pedalling" the open A with your thumb when you play the other notes with your finger sounds incredibly cool. Very...ominous sounding. I was just cruising the tab section of TalkBass about half an hour ago, going through the artists letter by letter and didn't really find anything that interested me until I got to I and remembered this band called "Incognito" that'd I'd downloaded a bunch of on some reccomendations from fellow TB'ers. So I started trying to find songs I had mp3s of that TB had tabs for, and found one "Jacob's Ladder", so I clicked on the tab and turned on the song. Holy jumpins! A couple of listens later and viewings of the tab, and I noticed that the beautiful intro really wasn't that difficult to play! So for the past while I've been learning the intro to that, and I'm gonna pull it out at the next Coffee House (next Thursday). Once I get it nailed down, I'm gonna make a recording, and when I get my new electronics in, re-record it . Oh, I've been playing for about a year and half now, 16 years old. So, what was your first neat tune, how old were yah, and how long had you been playing?