Show us your Practice Space

I have serious room width envy.

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hahah while it may be wide, it’s not very deep. I had to get rid of a few things or my drums would stick out into the walkway area. Once I did that, it was perfect.

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If you want to talk Space Envy, my space is about 2m by 2.5m max, and there’s a desk, two computers, monitor speakers, my bass stand and basses, and a keyboard controller in it :rofl:

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But you’re in Japan. That’s like 10x20 US space

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Yeah relatively speaking I can’t complain

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My temporary Hawaii practice space.
Pineapple for emphasis.

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I like that music stand with laptop holder. Cool music space.

Also, I like that pineapple. That is a nice pineapple.

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We went to Hawaii for a family wedding a few years ago. As we were driving past a field of plants:
Me - What are those?
Wife - Pineapple plants
Me - They’re growing out of the ground
Wife - What did you think they grew out of?
Me - Oh I thought they grew at the tops of trees
Wife - That’s coconuts dumbass!

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The top on that bass looks great!

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Don’t feel bad. I thought they grew at the bottom of the sea since Sponge Bob lives in one.

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The laptop holder is a separate shelf I got from Amazon. I was getting tired of bending down to work the laptop while holding the bass as well.

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I picked it myself… from the produce section in Safeway.

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Thanks @Barney , I thought the same thing and I learned something today! :laughing:

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They look like this in case anyone cares.
pineapple-plant-field

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I care and I had it all wrong. :laughing:

What can I say, I’m a dumbass.

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We believe you Jerry! Your really in Hawaii. :upside_down_face:

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Quite like agave!

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Now agave is something I know, or rather the nectar that comes from agave. :rofl:

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I’m pretty sure that’s the first picture of a growing pineapple I’ve ever seen.

Now I have to look up agave… Well that’s more complicated. It turns out there are almost 200 different species of agave.

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