Ken Restivo wrote:
Hmmm, I've worked with four different drummers. Only one of them was
quiet - and he wasn't a very funny guy. The other three were
chatterboxes but weren't particularly funny guys, either.
The funniest guy I've worked with was a rhythm guitarist. He'd quietly
tell a joke as he was leaving after rehearsal or a show - and a few
minutes later, it would finally penetrate and we'd be ROTFL.
>> Don't know about bassists - perhaps its brought on by the
I know the bassist in my church band makes a real big difference when
he's there. He's got a fantastic sense of rhythm and beat. If we're
trying a song with a complex rhythm or beat, he's always the first one
to get it. And (on at least one of the songs) he's the only guy who's
really got it - when he misses a service and we're doing that song,
we're just all over the place trying to get the rhythm straight.
He's a pretty good guitarist, too, but prefers bass.
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