I switched out the half inch strings for .045
Agreed. I do not use that method when I play the little guitars.
I have become a fan of very subtle tremolo for the little ones.
The G string on my bass in not REALLY a half an inch thick!
I WISH I could hang with this kid! I don’t think I could get up there!!
A few milliseconds of delay works for me, but I work in BassLand. YMMV
They learn so young these days.:oops:
Music, in a band context, is a collaborative endeavor.
+1 on getting out. I have never gotten a gig in 40 years from online networking.
For a few, I guess you are correct.
The end of innocence.:(
Re: car fires.
Correct me if I am wrong, but the conventional car fires tend to be in old vehicles. As opposed to fresh productions vehicles.
Someone call D’Addario! Think of the money they’re missing out on!!
Well, it’s no “Smokin’ in the Boys Room”, but hey, they tried, right?:confused:
Half an inch of WHAT, pray tell?
The guitar playing was always workingman's good.
It was the dancin' what killed 'im.
Same for bassists!
Wall hangers is the correct answer.
You would need to form a band of people who could play their instruments.
A grown-*** man doesn’t leave the house without his wallet, a knife or multi-tool and, if he is of such a persuasion, his tactical Tupperware.
I care. I may be in the minority, and I TOTALLY get that when the gig gets bigger than you are, decisions get made.
Just want to be clear: Is your position that the players using a pick WOULD NOT change their tone?