Sarina Suno Quartet @ Thailand Cafe

Sarina Suno QuartetSarina Suno (Violin)
Hara Garacci (Guitar)
Ippei Ichimaru (Bass)
Rohin Khemani (Drums)

When I got home after I saw a couple of real estate agents, the time was already one hour before I had to head to the gig. I should have had a nap, but instead, I watched Japanese comedy shows for the whole hour. Oh, I'm so addicted to it.


The gig was, as usual, at the Thai restaurant with Sarina, Hara and Rohin. It had been raining since the morning and my bass did not sound too good because of that. Rain is the bassist's natural enemy. Bass is, as you can see, made with wood and it sucks up all the moist around it, then what happens to it is only bad thing like the volume goes way down, and the tone gets really boomy. Well, even though, the bassists deal with it as professionals; we make clear cut on the end of the notes to emphasis the pitch, and simply play harder and louder to the point the fingers give up.


M-O-R-E-O-V-E-R, I had another natural enemy of all bassists in the world; it is a guitarist. Although we bassists put our lives to be heard and to keep the groove going on such severe circumstances, those guitarists just bulldoze all the efforts we are making by as easy as turning the volume nob a little! I almost jumped onto him and put him in the triangle choke or something. ("Almost," alright)




That's right. This is not really my style to write about the things like this in this manner. I am in very very bad humour right now. Why?




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