My band finally put out some tracks and I’d like to get some feedback on my playing from you guys

The quality of the bass when we recorded wasn't great so I had to do some messing around on garageband to get it to sound decent but here's the bandcamp link and here's the soundcloud link. Thanks for your input!

Edit: headphones are recommended otherwise the bass is pretty hard to hear

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BP platform leaks 95 tonnes of oil into North Sea

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Thoughts on this bass?

Hey guys just wondering what peoples opinion of the Fender JP-90 is.

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Seattle homeowners accused of felling 150 trees on public land for a better view

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[PLAY] John Mayer – Slow Dancing – Two Rock Demo Cover

Hey guys, hope you enjoy the new video based on Mayer's Two Rock demo. I've never actually learned it note for note so this is my take on it. Let me know what you think, constructive criticism is appreciated.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9Ye8WaveGM

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[QUESTION] – For those that play weddings, how do you plan the timing?

Hi, so I'm playing my cousins wedding soon; I have about 8-9ish minutes for pre-ceremony (ushering, maybe grandparents?), 3:25 (!) for the bridal party procession, and 4:30 for the bridal procession. I'm thinking I need a bit of a buffer or backup songs in case certain parts go longer (especially the bridal party, they might get an extended intro to the song…) I'm using a looper pedal (Voicelive 3) for backing tracks, so it's a little challenging to stretch out the songs, but not impossible… Does any one that plays weddings have any general rules they use for timing? Thanks!

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