A Violin or Upright Bass??

Discussion in 'Performing Arts' started by billisgod420, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. billisgod420

    billisgod420 Member

    lets just say a couple people decided to go to europe, wear all black and not speak to anyone and sing blues in smokey bars

    Would you bring a violin or and upright bass????
  2. paix

    paix Senior Member

    you forgot the part about the paper mustache!
  3. billisgod420

    billisgod420 Member

    oh yeah and we're gonna wear fake paper mustaches!
  4. billisgod420

    billisgod420 Member

    well probably just me
  5. paix

    paix Senior Member

    yeah, I get a hat and maybe a boa

    and I still say a violin is more portable...
  6. billisgod420

    billisgod420 Member

    what if we put wheels on the bass??
    so what'd'ya think??
  7. yemforbin

    yemforbin Member

    compromise. cello.
  8. billisgod420

    billisgod420 Member

    thats what i said in the first place!!
  9. paix

    paix Senior Member

    you are such a liar! You never said cello :p

    see, this is why I'm going to europe and not speaking to anyone, men :rolleyes:
  10. billisgod420

    billisgod420 Member

    yeah i did!! i totally said cello, right before you said to bring a violin!!
  11. paix

    paix Senior Member

    you so didn't, delusional I tell ya, delusional! :rolleyes:
  12. billisgod420

    billisgod420 Member

    im 100% non-delusional. CELLO!!!!!rhymes with jello!!
  13. Go with upright bass man. Deffinitly upright bass.
  14. gnombient

    gnombient Member

    Do you really want a bunch of baggage clerks handling your $5000 contrabass?

    A viola with a nice pickup + a pedalboard of effects = 2 carry-ons. Bon voyage!
  15. WayfaringStranger

    WayfaringStranger Corporate Slave #34

    c'mon, bring a mandolin, thats what i do, the perfect instrument.

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