- Apr 30, 2005
jordyonbass|1455587368|3991443 said:Hahahaha so good!!
#2 killed me, I used to have a really aggressive slap and pop style when I was younger that would have made Flea from Red Hot Chilli Peppers blush. But I was CONSTANTLY popping the G on my bass guitars, no matter how old and mature people were they always smirked and chortled when I would say 'Oh damn, I broke my G string'
That was my thought too. I was going to join in!jordyonbass|1455590462|3991469 said:By the way when I opened up the Hangout and saw this I had the same initial thought that I had with the sexual harassment thread. It went something like:
'Oh geez what am I going to see when I open this...'
I know my way around a camera.jordyonbass|1455603479|3991522 said:LOL!!!!!kenny|1455600148|3991510 said:
I know enough blokes to make the calendar photo shoot for that
Cute. I remember the string replacement well from my daughter's cello playing days. Darned if those strings didn't all pop daily.kenny|1455586201|3991433 said:
Hmmm, I don't get this one. Do I have to put my gutter brain on to figure this one out?jordyonbass|1455657022|3991732 said:lol Chrono, if you go around telling people you popped an E then they generally aren't thinking you need to re-string your violin
Not quite, it's a term for the drug ecstasy. I've broken my E string before as well and when you say 'I just popped an E' you'll get people thinking you've just taken drugsChrono|1455723263|3992046 said:
Yeah it happened once at a rehearsal studio and made for some confusion! I had just broken my E string so the rest of the guys thought it would be a good time to take a break as we'd been in the room for a couple hours. When I walked out of our room I was grumbling a bit and was asked by the owner of the studio if I needed any help, so I replied with the rather casual 'Nah, I just popped an E so we are having a break'.Chrono|1455734284|3992162 said: