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  1. Same here, more or less I don't listen to music as much as I used to (kids, wife, full time job..) So when I DO sit down and listen, I'm more concerned about the quality (according to my taste) I listen to harder/heavier/faster music at 38 than when I was 18 this
  2. at some point in my life, i came to the realization that while music is very important to me, i'm not a music lover. there is FAR more out there that i loathe than i love. what i like to listen to is guitar playing that's better than mine. not like yngwie type stuff, although i did go through a serious buckethead phase, just bands that are better than me...like, so much better that i know i could never actually learn their stuff, but i would still like to be able to play it. am i making any sense? yuss i dont think that makes u a non-music lover, you've just honed your musical taste over the years and know whatcha like o and
  3. You have two FJA 5150s like your sig says?
  4. Are you kidding me? He needs to learn. He has a total SLO boner after hearing one live. Indulge him.
  5. You should text Brian about this. He may sell the farm or whatnot to get it. Or not. He was looking at a 3120 at gc the other day, and that bucket of bolts is $1000 new.
  6. There is a lot of win in this post. If you're going to use emgs with the cobra, use the 85, not the 81. V30s kick ass with the cobra in the right cab. The vht cabs are also very hard to beat. I enjoyed the 81's with it still.
  7. http://www.ethicalinvesting.com/monsanto/aspartame.shtml
  8. http://cancer.suite101.com/article.cfm/diet_sodas_and_cancer
  9. Metronome. Slowly. Then speed up, but never play at a speed where you make a mistake. Play real music, do it this way too. GaJ this "Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect." (Vince Lombardi)
  10. So I'm going to start teaching bass to an 8 year old boy, the younger brother of one of my guitar students. I've had very few bass students in my ten-year teaching career and I be ignorant to available materials/ solid approaches. Any advice on books to use, not use, approaches for teaching the lil' man? :poke:
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