I dont cut my fingernails quickly, as im playing classical guitar these days along with bass. My nails are long enough right now that its hard to avoid using them, so ive been practicing embracing them, trying to do fast stuff, etc. eventually i came across playing octaves as described above, and i gotta say, it was a quite pleasing in a kind of way that i think bass plyaers like bass to sound, not quite like octave pedals ive heard, not like how playing octaves on two strings usually sounds. Not sure how to describe it, it is almost like if i had the signal from the bass split and sent through different processing. for context, i was running through a compressor and a low pass filter/drive on subtle settings.
Are they any good? I'm considering to buy one currently. Link: http://www.prsguitars.com/index.php/electrics/se/se_kingfisher_2017
Hey, so bass isn’t my main instrument, it’s actually guitar, which I’ve been playing for about 6 years (then drums, then bass). However I’ve been learning it so I can write bass parts for songs. I really like writing in drop B for guitar and I was wondering if you can tune a bass that low?