Fizzeler;2217398 said:I plan on not getting a teacher and found the bass so what would be easiest method without a teacher
JukeBoxHero;2217545 said:I recommend what I put down in the second and third line. That requires more dedication though, one quality I need to develop.
Fizzeler;2217576 said:When I start something I can stay really focused on it plan to learn how to play it by the end of next week (starting today)
JukeBoxHero;2217582 said:Ok, if you ever help with some music theory, I can sorta help so let me know if you do.
Fizzeler;2217597 said:the internet has many useful resources for people with who know how to use it
Gowienczyk;2217603 said:As far for DIY learning.You figure it out or you don't. Simple as that.
JukeBoxHero;2217631 said:http://www.bassplayer.com/http://www.cyberfretbass.com/http://www.songsterr.com/ Indeed.
Fizzeler;2217659 said:Thanks man like I said hoping by the end of the week to play Roundabout or Long Distance Runaround
Gowienczyk;2217709 said:I think it's safe to say that the Butthole Surfers are my current obsession.
JukeBoxHero;2217708 said:Roundabout I could see with maybe more time, Long Distance Runaround, that's going to take a bit more time man. When I try to learn that song initially I failed pretty badly. Might be different now though, I probably should go back and learn that because that is one of his more simpler lines to learn.
UneasyMonkey;2217717 said:Lol, sorry, but no. You can easily learn the parts where Anderson is singing in Long Distance Runaround, but the rest of the song and almost all of Roundabout will take a while to play it at the right speed. If you know how to read tabs, try to learn some simple basslines like Another One Bites the Dust, Day Tripper, NIB, etc. And for Roundabout, if you want to play it properly, you'll need to use a pick cos Squire palm-mutes some notes in the main bassline. Otherwise, you can just play the open string. If you're barely picking up the instrument for the first time, definitely check out the online lessons in those links that were posted and/or About.com first. Those lessons will also suggest some simple tabs to songs to practice
Fizzeler;2217716 said:Melvins for me can not deny their influence in modern music
Fizzeler;2217728 said::rolleyes:I know it will take awhile it is just wishful thinking seriously what you just said really sounds jerkish (I should know I use to do that to RB3 setlists when I reviewed them)
Gowienczyk;2217730 said:Melvins are always good.
UneasyMonkey;2217742 said:Well, yeah I guess the first sentence was me kinda being a "male organ." I thought you were completely serious about learning those songs in a week :eek:...The rest of that was just trying to be helpful; sorry if you took it the wrong way
Fizzeler;2217799 said:Just when I saw him in the live vid. I thought he looked weird (mainly the hair), but in a way that actually made me think higher of him as a musician (okay does not make much sense after explaining it I know)
Hungryfreak;2217826 said:Have you checked out their videos? Crazy stuff in a great way.
Alright_Computer;2219248 said:Random opinion: Metallica is overrated because I don't like them at all.