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Welcome @Luther
They say learning a language is a way to re-wire the brain on a cognative level.
Learning music (especially if you get into theory and reading music) is like learning a language (with math).
This is one of the reasons I picked music back up as I have grown older, brain exercises, the other for therapeutic reasons, and the rest, cuz it is just flat out cool.
I am sure you can do it all with a little more focus. sounds like you have worked a little, kind of aimlessly, like I did in my youth. Now, picking it up, I decided to get focused, and this is where I came to do just that, so you have found the right place to accomplish your goals.

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Wow good luck! hi i’m on module 8 even though i chose the slow route. been doing this for a couple of months. have fun and make mistakes thats how i learnt.

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Welcome @Luther

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Welcome aboard @Luther,
Enjoy the ride.
Cheers Brian

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I’m Terrence F. I finished B toB… But I still get Josh teaching on youtube…seek and ye shall find…

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Welcome @resolve2 Terrence.
Take a look at this thread if you want to find more Josh lessons.

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o/ Hi everyone. Decided to take up the bass because I’ve always wanted too and I feel that it’ll help with exercising my hands. Recently diagnosed with early onset Parkinsons and if I don’t learn to play now, I’ll have missed my chance. Looking forward to chatting with you all.

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welcome @resolve2

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Welcome @ArcaneK9

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Welcome @Roughneck94, that’s great you’re getting on stage so early in your bass journey! Was just watching a funny Jack Bruce clip where he suggested learning on stage instead of in your bedroom so you get to have fun and get paid while you practice. :stuck_out_tongue:

Welcome @LauraKlinkhamer, congrats on your confidence breakthough, happy to have you here!

Welcome @crippledring, this is indeed the right place! You did make your post a reply to someone else’s though, instead you can press the arrow in the toolbar on the right (bottom left of this image):

Or scroll all the way to the bottom and hit the orange Reply button. All good!

Welcome @TomS, congrats on limiting your GAS to one bass so far. :money_mouth_face:

Welcome @Luther, have fun with the course!

Welcome Terrence @resolve2, congrats on finishing B2B! You can post here if you like to get some more congrats: BadAss BassBuzz Alumni

Welcome @ArcaneK9, best wishes with your Parkinsons, maybe the bass grooves can fight it off a bit. :slight_smile:

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Welcome @ArcaneK9
Great idea, it is great therapy, physical and mental.

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Welcome aboard @resolve2,
Enjoy the ride.
Cheers Brian

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Thanks tazette83, I feel welcome already! I’ve got an Ibanez TMB100K (seafoam), I’ve had a a lot of fun trying it out so far. I mostly listen to rock and a bit of blues music, I quite like the psychedelic style too.

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Welcome to the community @Luther!

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Welcome to the community @ArcaneK9 and @resolve2!

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Welcome @Luther and @ArcaneK9 and @resolve2

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Hello all, I’m Richard from Wales UK.
Used to play bass in bands in my late teens/early twenties but fell out of the habit when I left uni.
Fast forward to my 30’s and I picked up a new bass on the insistence of my wife. It was an Ibanez k5, which I still have a love/hate relationship with.
Since then I’ve gradually practiced, and was a patreon on josh’s other youtube channel for a bit. I play mainly at home with a minimalist home setup (monitors/audio interface etc) and occasionally jam with guitar playing mates.
I recently made myself a promise to practice everyday, and so far I’ve stuck with it. Here’s hoping this community helps with that!

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Welcome to the community @Riastarthae!

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Welcome aboard @Riastarthae,
Enjoy the ride.
You will get the motivation to keep pushing yourself once you get into the B2B course.
Cheers Brian

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Welcome @Riastarthae

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