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Posted 21 June 2017 - 09:47 AM

Detailed schedule available for download here:

https://www.dropbox....202017.pdf?dl=0

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 12:38 PM

Thanks bluejay 😊

Things a little hectic but will add details ASAP.

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 11:18 PM

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Posted 22 June 2017 - 09:44 AM

Yes please! But how did you know I don't have a gig on 23rd Sept?! Amazing work ;)

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Posted 22 June 2017 - 04:49 PM

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 06:11 AM

Hi Folks,

I think the phrase is 'better late than never', so without further ado, here are the rather sketchy details for the 11th Basschat South East Bass Bash!! :)

Date: Saturday 23rd September 2016
Time: 10am - 5pm
Entry: £10
Venue: Jubilee High School, Surrey, School Lane, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 1TE
Venue link: Jubilee High School Website
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Workshops/Guest Speakers/Guests etc:
Quick bit of news on Workshops...

Davey Rimmer, Workshop
With a bit of help from Gary, a.k.a. cetera, I'm really pleased to say that Davey Rimmer (bassist for Uriah Heep) has stepped up and will give a 45 minute presentation on his career, gear choices, life on the road, Uriah Heep, Trevor Bolder etc and - if we ask him nicely - will maybe demonstrate a few tunes....

I'd still like to invite ideas from everyone as to what else we could do in terms of workshops etc.

For example, I think there was a thread recently on Basschat about 'the future of bass' (or words to that effect), so I'd be particularly interested to explore that idea a bit further at the Bash if anyone's got any thoughts on it and would like to do a workshop??

Also, there's been another thread recently about some of the very talented and exciting upcoming female bass players around at the moment, so with that in mind, I think it would also be interesting to have a contribution or two from any of our female forum members if anyone feels like making a contribution?

Having just bought a fretless bass and actually started to use it regularly, I'm amazed at how different it is to playing a fretted bass... So, I'd be very keen for someone to run a workshop on the art of fretless bass playing if anyone feels they'd like to do that?

Anyway, those are just ideas off the top of my head this morning, but any other sensible, funny, exciting ideas for workshops would be very welcome! :)


Other important info:
Format: We made a few changes last year to the room layout and may do the same this year, but whatever, it will be something along these lines....

1 x general area to set up your gear, plus 1 x quiet room/workshop area with workshops through the day, plus Jamming room, plus cafeteria, plus Raffle

Spaces: again, we may make a few changes to this, but something along these lines:

The Quiet Room and the Theatre for Workshops
The Jamming Room for jamming with drummers (and other strange non-bass playing people)
Main Hall (where you can set up your gear and make some low frequency vibrations)

Cost: £10
Last year, it cost about £185 for the hire of the venue plus an amount for some public liability insurance cover therefore to cover those basic costs, we need to charge £10 per head entrance fee to one and all!

Charities: We will donate all profits from the day to a worthy cause or two (details to be confirmed):

Refreshments will be available on the day for a small charge of course which will help increase the profits and keep everyone happy! Last year, as ever, Hamster & Mrs Hamster did all the work on that and have offered to do so again, so many thanks in advance to them!

Workshops
See above for details, but because the talks and workshops really do add so much to the day, we are always interested to hear of any ideas/requests from the Forum, so please let us know..

How you can Help/Get Involved
What would be really helpful from everyone who's interested in participating on the day is:

1. Donations of raffle prizes
2. Ideas/requests for the workshops
3. Volunteers to help out on the day (if needs be)

Attendees:
It's always good to know who's coming and what gear they'll be bringing so to get the ball rolling here's a list of the people we know who are coming:

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
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It'd be great to have loads of people there on the day but the bottom line is that, to make this event pay for itself and to be able to donate something to charity, we need a minimum of 30 people...

So, come on folks; sign up!!

Thanks and we look forward to seeing you there :)


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Posted 23 June 2017 - 08:28 AM

View Postsilverfoxnik, on 23 June 2017 - 06:11 AM, said:


Attendees:
It's always good to know who's coming and what gear they'll be bringing so to get the ball rolling here's a list of the people we know who are coming:

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
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It'd be great to have loads of people there on the day but the bottom line is that, to make this event pay for itself and to be able to donate something to charity, we need a minimum of 30 people...



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Posted 23 June 2017 - 08:41 AM

Attendees:
It's always good to know who's coming and what gear they'll be bringing so to get the ball rolling here's a list of the people we know who are coming:

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
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It'd be great to have loads of people there on the day but the bottom line is that, to make this event pay for itself and to be able to donate something to charity, we need a minimum of 30 people...
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Posted 23 June 2017 - 09:38 AM

Attendees:
It's always good to know who's coming and what gear they'll be bringing so to get the ball rolling here's a list of the people we know who are coming:

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
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It'd be great to have loads of people there on the day but the bottom line is that, to make this event pay for itself and to be able to donate something to charity, we need a minimum of 30 people...

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 09:58 AM

Attendees:
It's always good to know who's coming and what gear they'll be bringing so to get the ball rolling here's a list of the people we know who are coming:

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
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It'd be great to have loads of people there on the day but the bottom line is that, to make this event pay for itself and to be able to donate something to charity, we need a minimum of 30 people...

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 10:11 AM

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
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Posted 23 June 2017 - 10:45 AM

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
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Posted 23 June 2017 - 12:48 PM

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 02:04 PM


01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
09. Johnthebassist - '69 Jazz Bass, GenzBenz Shuttle 9, Barefaced S12T, gang of smelly pedals
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Posted 23 June 2017 - 02:17 PM

View Postjohnthebassist, on 23 June 2017 - 02:04 PM, said:


01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
09. Johnthebassist - '69 Jazz Bass, GenzBenz Shuttle 9, Barefaced S12T, gang of smelly pedals
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Posted 23 June 2017 - 02:50 PM

How about a 'heft' workshop ;-)

An explanation of -

What it is
A demo of amps that certainly have it
A demo of amps that say they have it
A demo of amps that dont actually have it.......
A demo of amps that have it and you can carry easily
A demo of amps that have it but you need a roadie to carry

and then the same for people that have a different idea of what it is

Sort of 'the definitive heft' thread acted out with real stuff

:-)

ps that started off a bit tongue in cheek but maybe its an idea?

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 03:05 PM

.... and the difference between grunt, grind and growl? ;) :lol: :lol:

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 03:51 PM


01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
09. Johnthebassist - '69 Jazz Bass, GenzBenz Shuttle 9, Barefaced S12T, gang of smelly pedals
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Posted 23 June 2017 - 04:45 PM

View PostMudpup, on 23 June 2017 - 02:50 PM, said:

How about a 'heft' workshop ;-)

An explanation of -

What it is
A demo of amps that certainly have it
A demo of amps that say they have it
A demo of amps that dont actually have it.......
A demo of amps that have it and you can carry easily
A demo of amps that have it but you need a roadie to carry

and then the same for people that have a different idea of what it is

Sort of 'the definitive heft' thread acted out with real stuff

:-)

ps that started off a bit tongue in cheek but maybe its an idea?

Great idea! 😊

Any ideas on who could/would run it?

Personally, I'd nominate chimike for this task, but he'll probably kill me for suggesting it!

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Posted 27 June 2017 - 09:06 PM

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
09. Johnthebassist - '69 Jazz Bass, GenzBenz Shuttle 9, Barefaced S12T, gang of smelly pedals
10.Timmo
11. Barneyg42
12.Walman - FPPR Status S1 - well it wouldn't be a SEBB without Barney's old bass now mine, however this year for the first time it won't have a for sale sticker on it :D
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Posted 28 June 2017 - 08:38 AM

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
09. Johnthebassist - '69 Jazz Bass, GenzBenz Shuttle 9, Barefaced S12T, gang of smelly pedals
10.Timmo
11. Barneyg42
12.Walman - FPPR Status S1 - well it wouldn't be a SEBB without Barney's old bass now mine, however this year for the first time it won't have a for sale sticker on it :D
13.Rumblefish- Reverend Rumblefish,Wal Bass,Mesa M600,Berg CN212.
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Posted 28 June 2017 - 10:09 AM

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
09. Johnthebassist - '69 Jazz Bass, GenzBenz Shuttle 9, Barefaced S12T, gang of smelly pedals
10.Timmo
11. Barneyg42
12.Walman - FPPR Status S1 - well it wouldn't be a SEBB without Barney's old bass now mine, however this year for the first time it won't have a for sale sticker on it :D
13.Rumblefish- Reverend Rumblefish,Wal Bass,Mesa M600,Berg CN212.
14. Happy Jack }
.........................} with a love that'll see you through
15. Bluejay........}
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Posted 29 June 2017 - 09:38 AM

Updated List:

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
09. Johnthebassist - '69 Jazz Bass, GenzBenz Shuttle 9, Barefaced S12T, gang of smelly pedals
10.Timmo
11. Barneyg42
12.Walman - FPPR Status S1 - well it wouldn't be a SEBB without Barney's old bass now mine, however this year for the first time it won't have a for sale sticker on it :D
13.Rumblefish- Reverend Rumblefish,Wal Bass,Mesa M600,Berg CN212.
14. Happy Jack }
.........................} with a love that'll see you through
15. Bluejay........}
16. bassace - double bass, Felix Preamp, Puma 500 amp and Genzler 10-2 cab.
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Posted 29 June 2017 - 09:42 AM

Quick bit of news on Workshops...

With a bit of help from Gary, a.k.a. cetera, I'm really pleased to say that Davey Rimmer (bassist for Uriah Heep) has stepped up and will give a 45 minute presentation on his career, gear choices, life on the road, Uriah Heep, Trevor Bolder etc and - if we ask him nicely - will maybe demonstrate a few tunes....

Thanks Gary and Davey - absolutely brilliant! :)
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Posted 29 June 2017 - 09:44 AM

Excellent! Camera and recording equipment at the ready! :)

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Posted 30 June 2017 - 06:17 AM

What's the general format?
Bring your favourite bass, have a chat, maybe plug it in?
Or come along and watch other people?

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Posted 30 June 2017 - 06:38 AM

It's a really easy going format on the day normally...

Come along, bring some of your gear if you want to, chat with other Basschatters if you want to, listen to other people play, try out some new gear if you want to, have a jam in the Jam Room if you want to, etc, etc..

An keen interest in 'all things bass' and a very friendly vibe is the order of the day really. 😊


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Posted 30 June 2017 - 07:55 AM

Nik, when we talked before, you said that it would be cool to get somebody to give a bass lesson. Is that still an idea? I think that would be great.
I can only imagine how hard it will be to find a subject fitting all the needs :-)

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Posted 30 June 2017 - 05:00 PM

01. Hamster -
02. Silverfoxnik - BC Rich Eagle, Squier P Bass, Ander Vanderend JB5, Eden Traveller WT400 amp & Genz 2x12 cab
03. Steve Browning - some Precisions, Boogie M-Pulse 600 and Boogie Subway 15 cabs, Mesa Walkabout 15.
04. obbm - 2 x Spector Short scales.
05. Pawel G - Squier JV Precision and maybe others
06. Stingray5 - MusicMan and Tune basses; Trace Elliot and/or Eden amplification; Boss GT-6B.
07. Markstuk - Dingwall Z3, Lakland BG 5, BF Big Twin, Thunderfunk TF750a.
08. Cetera - Spector NS2, Spector Euro, Hamer Impact, Wal fretless, one or two more to be decided, big Pedalboard (!), GK800RB, GenzBenz Neox 212T
09. Johnthebassist - '69 Jazz Bass, GenzBenz Shuttle 9, Barefaced S12T, gang of smelly pedals
10.Timmo
11. Barneyg42
12.Walman - FPPR Status S1 - well it wouldn't be a SEBB without Barney's old bass now mine, however this year for the first time it won't have a for sale sticker on it :D
13.Rumblefish- Reverend Rumblefish,Wal Bass,Mesa M600,Berg CN212.
14. Happy Jack }
.........................} with a love that'll see you through
15. Bluejay........}
16. bassace - double bass, Felix Preamp, Puma 500 amp and Genzler 10-2 cab.
17. ChunkyMunky - Zon Sonus Custom 5, Yamaha BB425x, Genz Benz Shuttle 12.0 etc..
A bit of a long shot but does anyone have any SWR gear? I'd love to try some. :)
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Posted 30 June 2017 - 08:06 PM

View PostPawelG, on 30 June 2017 - 07:55 AM, said:

Nik, when we talked before, you said that it would be cool to get somebody to give a bass lesson. Is that still an idea? I think that would be great.
I can only imagine how hard it will be to find a subject fitting all the needs :-)

Good call, Pawel..

Will ask around to see if anyone's available and willing to do a lesson for us.

It does need a bit of narrowing down though, so perhaps people could suggest some topics that would be really useful to have covered in a bass lesson?

A few years ago, Jake, a.k.a. jakenewmanbass, did a lesson for us at the West Sussex mini-Bash and that was great!


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