Re: Jeff Beck's Tal
Les Cargill wrote:
Besides aren't most bassist failed guitarist !
Not the good ones. Operative word is 'failed'. If they can play the
bass well, as it should be, then they would have been equally
successful on guitar. This does not discount those who started on
I started on piano, but pursued bass when a teacher recommended it
( a piano teacher liked my left hand ). I had plonked around
on guitar, but nothing serious for awhile.
IMO, play every instrument you can. They are all good.
Yeah...I suppose...but bagpipes and piano accordions? ;>
THOSE TOO!, dangit!
"Lady of Spain, I adore you..."
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