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Oopsdabassist

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    Part time engineer, part time bassist, full time idiot

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  1. Oopsdabassist

    First gig played, where and when.

    Sept 2003 at the Pitz In Milton Keynes, I'd been playing Bass for about 5 months at this point so only knew about half the set, the lead singer played the other half instead of his 12 string acoustic. I just cowered next to my amp for the whole gig looking terrified lol!
  2. Oopsdabassist

    What are you learning / working on right now?

    LMAO!!! Its also a great excuse to get loud and trebly! á la Entwhistle's tone, something I don't often do
  3. Oopsdabassist

    What are you learning / working on right now?

    Used to do Pinball Wizard too, until the guitarist complained it hurt his fingers and sulked until we dropped it...*sigh*
  4. Oopsdabassist

    What are you learning / working on right now?

    Used to do Substitute with old band, a real lead part right there, trying to persuade current band to do it..seeing as I've learnt it! Also mini bass solo in there too...and I hate soloing!!
  5. Oopsdabassist

    Mexican MIM Fenders....Show us yours!

    A nice pearlescent champagne colour for mine!
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    Geddy in the Guardian

    Definitely this!
  7. Oopsdabassist

    Geddy in the Guardian

    Its a fair point I suppose, but they way the lyrics are shoehorned in are exactly what I like about Prog style music, nothing is ever simple! 👍for Turn The Page though. Hold Your Fire was one of the few 80/90's albums I actually liked.
  8. Oopsdabassist

    Geddy in the Guardian

    My faves would be Pretty much anything off Clockwork Angels, that album really was a return to the 70's Rush that I love! I grew up with the pomp of 2112 and Hemispheres. I also loved the clever lyrics of 'Trees,' although as a Brit I winced a bit too!
  9. My apologies, I mis-understood your post
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    The very clever Mr Stuart Copeland..

    Kinda glad I rarely get above playing in pubs...Can't be @rsed with all that stress shiite
  11. Oh yes, he had/has a large selection of double necks to choose from!
  12. Agreed! I've always found Genesis bass lines confusing though, probably cos I can never be quite sure if they are bass guitar, bass pedals or Tony Bank's left hand!
  13. Oopsdabassist

    Incoming NAD - bit of an old 'un

    Wel Jel bro!....that looks awesome, and I have no doubt it sounds the same1
  14. Oopsdabassist

    The very clever Mr Stuart Copeland..

    ooh tell us more, I love this nitty gritty stuff!!
  15. Oopsdabassist

    The very clever Mr Stuart Copeland..

    2014? Chris their bass player at that time is on here I believe. Spoke to him and rest of band after the gig when we saw em in Milton Keynes promoting North Star. they were OK then. Florian PM is almost totally deaf, probably didn't even know he was dissing you!
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