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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [DB]' started by Bob Gollihur, Apr 4, 2003.
I don't have Volume Two, perhaps it is in there??
Isn't that in the KAY-ma Sutra?
That's called "rockin' the bout". Wonder if she teaches?
Sure looks like Thumb Position to me. Give the gal a hand!
That bass must really put out low-vibrators...oops.. sorry I meant vibrations.
Right you are FITZ-CARALDO, it's indeed thumbing position and is covered fully in Simandl book III, Preparatory Course For Punk Playing.
I dunno...looks more like my old American Standard she's got there if you ask me. Check it out:
Right you are, vol. 3. Be sure to check out the accompanying Aebersold play along, "25 All Time Punk Standards in All Keys", otherwise known as "Vol. 69: The I-I-I Progression".
Nah, it's a Kay, or Englehart. The upper bouts are too small to be an American Standard. ...but it's green !! That is quite the picture. Did someone send that to you Bob, or did you just come across it?
Saw it in a Dude Pit post and had to show it here.
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A NJ band, of course
Another use for duct tape:
You wouldn't believe how many basses I've had come into my shop with the same use of Duct tape.
Woah! That is some left of left Shiznazz! I have definately been gearing my business to the wrong clientale.
ps- Jon's Kay-Ma Sutra quip should get a best TB yuk of the week award.
The Slanderin' ? (check the bass-drum head).
Thanks, I'll be here all week.
Ride sally, ride!
Walk tall and carry a big....Kay?
Coupla missed opportunities:
1) "extension" jokes, as in "if that bass didn't have an extension before, it sure does now!"
2) nothing said about the half-assed tattoo
I also found myself thinking about the access panels in Bob Ross' basses, but that's just too obscure for humour....
well that's one of the better marinades for ribs I've seen in a while...
Ladies and Gentleman I think we have a winner!