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Finding the right bass guitar can be tricky, especially if you're a beginner, this article is intended to provide some guidance to newbie's for purchasing their first bass guitar. Yamaha make some of the best instruments in the world and sell them at bargain prices, in the next few paragraphs I'm going to refer you to a few Yamaha bass guitars that might be just the thing for you.
First up is the RBX170 4-String Yamaha electric bass, although the manufacturer's entry level model this instrument provides some serious sound for your money. Yamaha RBX models are famous for producing really clear notes which can be use to create very pronounced bass; the single-coil pickups found on this bass really go along way. If you purchase this instrument from an online retailer it will set you back around £ 139, which you really can notgue with when you look at what you're getting, the wide-cutaway contours make this Yamaha bass guitar really comfortable to play .
If you've got a little bit more cash to spend then you may want to take a look at the Yamaha RBX 374 Electric bass, at £ 269 this is a rather more expensive instrument but this is more than made up for by its astounding versatility . The pickups are equipped with a 2 band active Q and bending spot which allows the player to toggle between a variety of different tones; in fact I'd be surprised if Yamaha bass guitar did not have a tone suitable for every musical style.
Many of you may raise your eye brows when I suggest looking at a Yamaha 5-string bass, the instrument is harmonious with heavy metal and rock music and will not even be considered by most bassists, however the Yamaha RBX 375 5-String is different and I'll show you why. The RBX pickups accompanying this instrument are great for playing anything from country music to 70's funk; it is a hugely versatile bass which looks great as well. Having said this, this instrument is capable of producing some huge sounds, its pickups are actually specially designed to be played at volume and reduce fret buzz, if you're into your heavy metal this Yamaha bass guitar is definitely worth a look.
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In this video I go over 3 different ways of fishing a chatter bait (bladed jig) for bass. Fishing a chatterbait is an effective way to catch quality and quantity when it comes to bass fishing. Some anglers think there is only one way to fish a chatterbait but you can make slight modifications to your chatterbait depending on the conditions you are fishing to catch more bass. This video was part of an hour long seminar I did at the River City Fishing Expo. This was part 2. Part 3 will be out shortly.
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There are essentially two kinds of people in the world, doers and non-doers. Doers do and then, get things done; whereas non-doers never do much more than think about doing and then rarely, if ever, get anything done. Those who get things done get what they want, while those who do not, well, quite simply, do not. Here's how to become an action person, a doer who gets things done and gets what you want.
More often than not, although it may not always look so to the casual observer, action people are highly organized. They appear to move almost effortlessly from one task to the next without missing a beat and, at day's end, usually have more energy than when they started because of the momentum they built up over the course of the day.
Non-action people, on the other hand, are usually highly disorganized. They spend their entire day stumbling around from one thing to another, without purpose, and, as a result, come day's end, are totally exhausted and clueless as to where their day went. Equating busyness with accomplishment, they often think they're getting things done, when, in truth, they're not, at least not anything of significant importance.
The essential key to becoming an action person is organization and the quickest and easiest way to get yourself organized for action, whether it's at home or work, is to make yourself a short, simple, prioritized to-do list on a daily basis for the following day. The operative key words here being short, simple, and prioritized.
Keep it short by limiting yourself to just a couple of tasks you'll feel good about having accomplished. Keep it simple by choosing tasks that can be done in a reliably brief period of time. Prioritize it by asking yourself which of the items on your list you'll feel best about having accomplished and making that the first item on your list.
Personally, as a general rule, I limit my daily to-do lists to two (max!), Vision-critical tasks, things that are absolutely vital to getting what I want, and I prefer tasks on my daily to-do lists to be things I can accomplish in just a matter of minutes.
When your allotted time to take action comes, whether it be home or work, start with the first item on your to-do list, your highest priority task for the day, and stay on it, to the exclusion of all else, until it's done and done well. After it is, cross it off your list and take a moment to savor the feelings of accomplishment, power, and satisfaction that come from doing so.
Then, if there is one, move on to the next item on your list and do the same. If, after finishing it, you have more time left, either give yourself some time off and go do something you like as a reward, or add another high-priority task to your list for the day.
I've often started the day with just one or two high-priority, vision critical tasks on my daily to-do list, yet accomplished twenty or thirty of them during my allotted time with energy to spare, because of the built-up momentum … and so will you!
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I have been fishing with an old friend laately named Joe. I have known him since he was born 38 years ago, 39 tomorrow. Happy Birthday Joe!
We have been fishing at a lake I love to fish, mainly because of the big bass there. If you're a Bass Fishing Newsletter Subscriber, you know where I'm talking about. Any, if you look in most peoples tackle boxes you will find normal color lures like grape, black, brown, purple, and the normal colors for lures.
Joe is a different story ……
When you look in Joe's tackle box you see some of the ugliest lures you have ever seen. Lures like a bright green tube that you almost need sunglasses to look at it. Or his green frog that is so far from any color of a frog that you wonder where he got it and why anyone would purchase that color to begin with to fish for bass.
So, what is my point? Well, he catches bass on these darn lures. I mean I would not even want people to know I even have them in my tackle box but he is proud as he can be of them and uses them regularly and catches fish with them. I have to start asking myself if maybe I should invest in a few of them. They go against everything I have ever read about choosing a color to fish in stained water. He has worn bass with them on sunny days, cloudy days and days when it was raining.
The first time he used them and hooked two bass, I thought it was just luck. Well, then he caught two more bass tonight on them while I did not even have a good strike, using the normal colored lures most bass fishermen use. Not some fluorescent bright green things like he uses.
Ok, now if you read most articles about fishing stained water, you will read to use dark colored lures like black and grape because the dark colors in stained water show up better. I might have to change my perception on this if he continues to catch fish the way he does on those bright fluorescent colors.
Well, I was informed tonight, he has a lure that he made and he has never seen another lure like it anywhere. I can barely wait to see this thing. I bet it is bright pink or something. He also tells me he has worn bass on it. If this lure come out to be another fluorescent bright color like he has been using and catches bass, I am going to tell him the new rules are that he can not use them anymore when we fish together because the colors embarrass me when people see them ..
So, you might be asking yourself …. what is the point in this post? I am going to tell you here and now. Just because you have never read about a pro using a different color lure does not mean it is not going to work and catch bass. If nothing else, Joe has made me a believer in that statement. Just because you have never seen a color in another humans tackle box does not mean it is not any good.
I am going to start buying bright colored lures like I would have never dreamed of owning before this year fishing with Joe. Then when someone laughs at me and makes statements to me, like I did Joe and I drag in the bass using it, they will probably be buying these stupid bright fluorescent colors too.
The last thing he said to me tonight after his usual bragging (the rare times he catches more fish than me) was "Hey, maybe you should get your newsletter and read some of the articles there."
Happy Birthday Joe …. maybe I let you catch the most bass because it's your birthday tomorrow ….. maybe not.
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I hand caught these fish in a local creek on the Gold Coast Queensland Australia.most of them look the same but some have really bright red fins, does anybody out there have any info in to what they are and how they can be maintained???