The bassist and the vicar

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The bassist and the vicar

Post by espidog »

I'm guessing this is the right place to post this, as it's not about a Rickenbacker instrument...

The bassist and the vicar

As happens so often, the Bassist and the Vicar were having a chat...

"Have you always played bass?" asked the reverend.

"Not to start with," said his companion. "When I was a kid, my parents made me take piano lessons. I learned a lot about music, of course, but I never really took to keyboard stuff. I was always more interested in what the left hand was doing, y'know? Then one day, in a music shop, I saw this bass. Beautiful thing, it was - a Thunderbird - and I picked it up. I tell you, reverend: right then and there, in that very moment, I knew I'd found the instrument I'd be playing for the rest of my life."

"Aah..." said the clergyman, nodding wisely, " epiphany!"

The bassman looked offended:

"Sod off! It was a proper Gibson."

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Re: The bassist and the vicar

Post by ch willie »

I liked that one. ha ha
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