December 2nd, 2013
There was a famous rock guitarist that I saw on YouTube sharing his considerable experience and advice on various kinds of guitars. It was quite fascinating to listen to his opinion and then even play a riff on the different types of guitars in his personal guitar “stable”. Some were more raspy. Others more edgy. And still another was more mellow.
Now a bass guitar is a different “animal” entirely. But I would hazard a guess that each bass has its own particular sound and strength, just like each guitar has an individual personality. On that note, I’m curious to know what he might think about the best fender precision bass. It’s a name that’s recognizable to even non-guitarists. So I wouldn’t be surprised if it came out at the top of the list of the most experienced bass player’s list of legendary bass guitars.
November 7th, 2013
Hello I’m here again blogging about wedding! Last month my sister’s friend invited us for a wedding and that going to be this Friday. Well she didn’t really give us an invitations but that’s okay we are invited. It’s not a big wedding you know. It’s going to be held at the city hall and then we go for Chinese buffet. She actually asked me to be their photographer and I said okay. She also asked me to do some favors tags. I just finished printing them and they look nice. My daughter by the way is very excited about this wedding.
November 7th, 2013
Music comes from the most interesting places. For example, I was trying to get my son out of bed the other morning and suddenly realized the scratching noise my fingers were making on his pillow was rather musical. I even took advantage of that fact by saying it was a mouse squeaking trying to wake him up.
Maybe that’s similar to how the discoverer of the reed instrument stumbled upon the first “clarinet”. Whatever the case, that technology has come a long way until we now have this beautiful clarinet mouthpiece at m123 that will make music that put a smile on that first reed musician’s face as well as audiences today.
October 21st, 2013
We have to be careful not to turn the music up too loud in our current home. The reason is that we’re living in an attached condo-style house where the neighbours would easily hear the deep bass of our high end sound system. We used to live in a detached home where we could raise the volume higher without disturbing anyone in the vicinity. But not now.
It’s almost come to the point where we don’t need a sound system at all anymore. So I wouldn’t be surprised to see our stereo next to a Fishman Amplifiers for sale ad in the local newspaper.
This poses a potential problem however if our children ever decide to take up an instrument that uses an amplifier like a bass or electric guitar. I wouldn’t want to discourage them from pursuing an interest in any instrument. But we’ll have to make alternative arrangements if they ever do decide to do that.
October 21st, 2013
Perhaps somewhere up there on the list of things you never want to have happen to you is to have been unrightfully fired from your job. Or maybe it’s happened to you. Injustice is probably an overused word, but how else can you describe a wrongful termination San Diego? You’d be hard-pressed to argue that being fired over something as indefensible as race, gender or disability is in any way shape or form right. It is clearly not.
August 24th, 2013
If there is one thing that you would hardly find my husband without when he was a teenager, it was a set of koss headphones. Those things were practically glued to his ears as he walked to and from places like school. Obviously, he liked to listen to music. It’s an amazing time that we live in that we can listen to music on the go like this. It puts life in a somewhat different perspective when you’ve got Beethoven blaring in your ears as you jog to stay in shape.