Thank you bass for forcing me to play scales. A four string guy that has a deep voice won’t sound nice if chords are used all the time. It’s meant to be played note by note in a rythmn that fits and is locked by the drumbeat. Apart from riffs that uses the scale with specific notes, basslines is the other path of scales with notes that can be played around and I’m exploring more onto it.
The biggest reason why I hate playing scales is because I always thought my pinky is glued to my ring finger. Whenever I check out on YouTube where guitarist proudly share their amazing speed of note changes, I always feel that there is something wrong with my fingers because I just can’t replicate them. Read More »
Love somebody until he gets to know the Lord, my senior pastor once said this before sermon. Love is harder now as I interact with people beyond my comfort social radar. Read More »
Finally he arrived with that bass. I was delighted and he straightaway laughed after seeing my expression. He is my friend who has offered this bass guitar to me for only two blue notes. That was the best price and I could trust him for its integrity. Read More »
I finally did it; my loudest yell straight to a trainee’s face when he incorrectly chose to brush a casualty. It was the ugliest sight of me, I was like a monster to him and he was stunned with fear and confusion. Sorry but I’m just doing my role as an instructor. Read More »
I finally achieved 99% perfection for the riff, Stop This Train by John Mayer. It took me roughly 10 attempts before being satisfied and finalizing this record on the phone.Read More »
Today I’ve received the biggest shocking news from my mentor in my 4 years of cell leading: