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  • I'm wanting to get back into music, can't decide between drums or bass.

    Hello everyone,

    For context, I started band when I was a sophmore, I ended up on the drum line the next two years and was on college bass line for a year, I gave up on music due to frustration with local music scene and scheduling. I started playing bass about a year after joining percussion, a few years later(Last year) I got back into bass and took lessons and was making good progress. I had to stop due to time constraints. I'm finally able to have the time to get back into music.

    Thank you!

  • #2
    bottom line, which floats your boat more? There is no rule that says you can't pursue both. Well, okay there are some constraints...drums require space, even electronic kits. Acoustic drums require a practice space that won't have the cops at your door every time you hit the snare. For bass, well you will need an amp.
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    • #3
      Good drumming takes a ton of tedious, meticulous work. Few make it to the drumming part fully prepared. Buy sticks and keep up the bass. Stay regular on both and don't look back.
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      • #4
        the more instruments you play well better your chances for being employed... play the odds, pick up a few more while you’re studying drums and bass...
        Originally posted by isaac42;n32240445

        Voltan is correct.

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        • #5
          I would think hard about where you want to go with it? Long tours? Weekend warrior? Doesn't hurt to know both and be available for both, but what makes you happier? If you want to do the weekend warrior thing look long and hard at what your geographical area needs? More bass players or drummers? I'm a drummer, and if I had to do it all over again I would play the harmonica!



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