Where are you gigging this weekend? What bass rig are you using?

by Bass Centre February 14, 2015 3 Comments

Where are you gigging this weekend? What bass rig are you using?





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Eulalia
Eulalia

April 02, 2015

merren on Must have been a great pool party.There is still something great hearnig a band like that!May be older but still love the rawness of a sound,without the overdoneness of a record. enjoy the rest of your summer!

Sushicat
Sushicat

March 27, 2015

Hi Jim Greene,An concept I’ve had seusccs with setting smaller and more concrete (chunkable) and achievable goals just think small one little lick or passage to conquer ..since I know my practice time will inevitably get reduced by things that always seem to happen beyond my control, instead of trying to mentally carve out an hour or more each day to work on learning a whole bunch of stuff .I break up my approach, and just focus on one small tiny piece ..something I can practice whenever I get the chance, five minutes here, 10 minutes there .and stay focused on that one little piece .and make sure I get it down before moving on .in the end it seems I am able to aquire more useable skills doing it this way than maybe sitting for a whole hour and getting distracted by a hundred licks I think I want to learn .just always have that one little small thing at a time you are working on ..saves a lot of frustration knowing that you are still progressing even if you only have 5 minutes here or ten minutes there to practice .hope this helps.Tom

Xinh
Xinh

March 27, 2015

2 momentum and iulpmse related questions?I need help answering these two questions.1. At a hydroelectric power plant, water is directed at high speeds against a turbine blades on an axel that turns an electric generator. For maximum power generation should the turbine blades be designed so that the water is brought to a dead stop or so that the water rebounds?2. During a Chicago wind storm, winds can whip horizontally at speeds of 100km/h. If the air strikes a person at the rate of 40 kg/s per square metre and is brought to rest, estimate the force of the wind on a person. Assumme the person is 1.5m high and 0.5 m wide. Compare to the typical maximum force of friction (mew = 1.0) between the person and the ground if the person has a mass of 70kg.

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