lunedì 16 aprile 2018

Introducing 'The 6 Strings'.

Knowing chords is an important part of playing the guitar. Sometimes as many as six strings will be required to make beautiful sounds together, sometimes fewer will be required. Whatever the case, the 6 strings are tuned so that they can work together to make beautiful music in harmony.

The 6 Strings
Five of our award winning blogs have been a bit quiet lately. This is because they have been away on courses studying how to make blogging AN EVEN BETTER EXPERIENCE!
Now Angry Jesus, Bin's Bass Bag, Akish The Philistine, RBB2 and RBB3 are back with Richard's Bass Bag*.

Because we will be taking blogging to new heights by working sometimes together in harmony and sometimes as individuals, we will now be known as The 6 Strings.

Once you've visited our sites you will realise that you don't really need to read other blogs because IT IS ALL HERE!


* the original bass bagging site

9 commenti:

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

We saw that Ry Cooder concert in Wellington in 1978 where he broke a string and carried on.

Five strings than are all you need. Who are you going to get rid of?

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

I think, from memory, he was playing mandolin at the time. Down to 3 strings, like the trinity.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

OK, 3 Strings then. I'll go with that.

You aka Richard, Angry Jesus and Bin Hire.

That'll still keep you busy (and hopefully stop the repetition).

Just saying (since Robert no longer does so).

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

I was not thinking. The mandolin has 8 strings. Each string is doubled so really breaking one string isn't a big deal.

Angry Jesus ha detto...

I made all the instruments, and the strings.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

So it's you that's responsible for the gazoo, piano accordion and bagpipes then.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

These new heights that you've taken blogging to are dizzying.

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

Where's Robert when I need him?

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Have you checked his cupboard at work?