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  1. oh, just so we're clear - it's a squier, not a fender. Still plays better than some of the Mexican Fenders I played in the shop. I've only had an actual bass for 2 weeks now, so it's absolutely killing my hands still. Getting used to big fat strings is hard.
  2. Ah cannalonga - I was ready to rest on my laurels with the 99.11% and the long-ass streak, but now I'm gonna have to pull the bass back off the rack and have another swing at it! You're not making it easy for me! Edit: out of curiosity, are you playing with an actual bass or with the simulator?
  3. And you still think a telecaster is a beginner's guitar? I'm just so confused. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Telecaster_players
  4. I'm really not sure where you got this idea from. A telecaster is a 25.5" scale length guitar - same as most ibanez's and almost all fenders, and larger than most Gibsons. There is nothing 'small' about a telecaster unless you are comparing it to a baritone or a bass guitar.
  5. huh. I must be playing it WAY too straight then. I'm gonna sit down with the record (and no rocksmith) tonight to have a play with it and try and get it to swing a little more.
  6. http://i.imgur.com/6wxkTFn.jpg I'm comin for ya seansage!
  7. OH MY SWEET CHRIST THE THUMB CRAMPS. http://i.imgur.com/Axt7kAo.jpg Will be trying the lead part later in the week and will take another swing at the bass once i've worked on my left hand technique enough not to cramp up half way through.
  8. This looks like a lot of fun. Definitely going to take a swing at Money tomorrow night.
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