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Went to my regular Uke session 2weeks ago , we have a guy who plays bass for us,
this particular day another guy bought his "bass" in , I asked what he was doing with it.
Selling it . It's mine . How much . As soon as I said , it's mine . I committed to learn Bass.
So now . "It's All about THE Bass".
Oh , what is So interesting about my new Bass . It's made from a bit of 4" X 2" timber.
On a stick . S'pose you could call it a BasStick .
Either war , like me . It's Groooovy.
ps -pic to follow soon.
Shugabella . A Didje , is short or "nickname" for a Didjeridu . or Didgeridoo.
A Didjeridu , is an Australian Aboriginal , woodwind musical instrument .
It is a hollow log or branch of a tree , that has been hollowed out by termites.
A trumpet is played with tight lips . The Didjeridu , is played on the side of the mouth ,
with "loose vibrating lips" . Similar to a horse . Thus creating a droning sound . This can sound Very haunting at times .The skill of the Didjeriduist , is sometimes exceptional , doing animal calls and
"overtones" while "circular breathing" . This means , you are blowing air out , when you are ready
for a breath , you store air in you mouth , squeeze air out , maintaining your sounds And "snatch"
breaths in , like a 4-4 . Google it & listen to one . It may amaze you .