And now for something completely different...
- From: "Keith" <piotrNOSPAM1600@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 04:41:35 GMT
BTW - Sorry folks - I just hit saturation with the whole "Open letter"
thread... So since this lurker has been enjoying everything else, I figure
its time to grab a handle and pull for a bit...
Soooo... Let's take a not-so-hypothetical circumstance and have a little
group fun, shall we? C'mon, anyone can play...
Suppose you are a bassist (imagine that. - bass players in *this* newsgroup!
Holy Rotosounds Batman!) and you've been playing for X years (Human or dog
years, take your pick).. And you have been doing great - always learning new
cool stuff and all that... but one day you look up and realize that you've
"hit the wall"... Not stagnant exactly, but progress feels glacially slow or
ya just feel.. well, not burnt out, but say... *crispy* around the edges...
1 - What are your suggestions/commands/guidelines for getting the juices
going again? What makes you want to pick up yer axe and play yer heart out?
(Or shred or whatever you do when you're *really* into it...)
2 - What are some things to avoid when feeling a bit crispy? (Avoid "Beacons
of Negativity", check. No psychic vampires... uh huh, got that... <lol>)
I have a whole grab bag of things that I do to "stay fresh", but I feel
certain that there are other things that could be added to my bag o'
So, paraphrasing Pat Benatar - "Hit me with your wet sock!"...
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