This is highlight for every musician and a moment that you can’t forget. The first studio recording is a sort of a crown jewel. It’s the culmination of hard work we have put into practicing and composing. It’s no wonder this moment is so special as not only did we have to practice guitar for countless hours to get to this point, but we also had to find a band and compose cool songs that we’d like to record.
Whether you are slapping bass as wild as Fieldy Reggie or are looking to pick up your first one, there are a number of dependable guitars to choose from at all price ranges.
These 5 bass guitars are the best options for a variety of prices. No matter where you are in the learning and playing process any of these bass guitars would be an excellent way to go.
The first thing to ask ourselves before we get to the main issue here is, what is a bass guitar? A bass guitar is a solid-bodied instrument tuned to produce bass or low notes and it requires an amplifier. Now that we know what the bass guitar is, we have to look into the fundamentals that guide the tuning of this guitar.