Savage Lee

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About Savage Lee

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  • Birthday 05/06/2001

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    Wyoming
  • Personal Motto
    IF ITS MY TIME TO DIE, ITS MY TIME TO-
  • Interests
    Most of my time is spent with dungeons and dragons, or musical endeavors.

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  1. Savage Lee

    General From bass to guitar, and vice versa?

    Whoa... Take my money. Yeah, Tool's bassist does use a pick. I am not good enough with a pick to play tool parts, so I always just finger it. I have been wanting a distortion pedal. How much is a delay pedal?
  2. Savage Lee

    General From bass to guitar, and vice versa?

    RATM has some pretty dope bass parts. Definitely one of my favorite bands. RATM is right next to Tool for me, as for bass.
  3. Savage Lee

    General From bass to guitar, and vice versa?

    Huh, I have never had a problem with blisters on bass. I just got tough easy. When I started guitar though, I was running my fingers down knife blades.
  4. Savage Lee

    General From bass to guitar, and vice versa?

    Those are beautiful My first bass was a piece of metal on a stick my dad played 16 years ago. Rest it's soul My current bass is a Cort 5B OPM. The reciept is was is still in the case, 399$. Wood bass is light and comfortable to hold. I am still in love with the color. The electric guitar I have is pretty bad quality. Gonna be picking up a acoustic soon. My aunt plays guitar, her arms are so short that her wife had to get her a beginner size guitar. For some reason, they company shipped two of them. I got numero dos.
  5. Savage Lee

    Music Post atypical bands you like

    @@Metallic Strings Hell yeah man, Les is one of my idols. @ That was strange as hell... I like it! The Jesus was creeping the shit outta me the entire time though, lol.
  6. Savage Lee

    Music Post atypical bands you like

    I suppose a sound or composition that is not common. Kind of hard to describe it X3. Uncommon combinations or sounds I guess. Like a garage rock band that's lead is a saxophone, a band that combines unlikely genres or a band that has such a out there sound, that it is difficult to find bands that sound similar. Also they do have some pretty unusual music, they are good. Dang, I really like that. Thanks!
  7. Savage Lee

    Dungeons & Dragons 5e

    Sweet man, I'll let you know when I get people.
  8. I thought it would be cool to share unusual and cool bands Here is mine for this one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cr_RxqtRNoU A neat band made of 2 saxxists and a drummer. They are underground, you wouldn't know about them :scoots:
  9. Savage Lee

    hi! I just joined..i cant wait to meet you all

    Hello and welcome, stranger now acquaintance!
  10. Savage Lee

    General Robots and mankind's future

    Sorry, by intelligence I meant the human brain. We do not completely understand it yet. The brain is just a fancy, squishy computer after all.
  11. Savage Lee

    General From bass to guitar, and vice versa?

    I enjoy playing most music. I have mostly been working on my wrist control. Since bass requires no wrist control, (unless you slap or pick) I have been trying to get down picking. I'm curious, what problems did you have going from guitar to bass?
  12. Savage Lee

    General Robots and mankind's future

    Kind of hard to make a real artificial intelligence when we don't understand intelligence in the first place.
  13. I have been playing bass for years, and have recently picked up the guitar. Let's just say picking it up would not be as quick as I anticipated. What are your guys' experience with going from a bass to a guitar, guitar to a bass, or any two instruments in the same family?
  14. Savage Lee

    Gaming The Original Vault Hunters' popularity

    I have a lot of difficulty playing the first one. I find the second game more funny and funner, and I also find the cast of the second one more entertaining. Maybe I would like the first game a lot if I played it first. Like, I get bored of oblivion easily, but if played oblivion before skyrim, I would have probably loved it.
  15. Hey, I was wondering if any of you guys would like to try Dungeons and Dragons. Doesn't matter if you are new, if anything, new people are what I am out for - I love spreading the disease of d&d. I'm planning on a group of about 4, its a good number. For those who don't know absolutely anything about Dungeons and Dragons - [D&d is a] - fantasy roleplaying game, in which players are characters in an ongoing fantasy story. The core of D&D is storytelling. You and your friends tell a story together, guiding your heroes through quests for treasure, battles with deadly foes, daring rescues, courtly intrigue, and much more. The adventures and events that unfold around the characters, are controlled by the Dungeon Master, or DM. The DM is a sort of a narrator - He or she tells you what the result of your actions are, typically after you roll dice to see whether you succeed at an possibly difficult action, or fail at it. So basically, it is a board game/rpg/roleplay thingy. A dignified, ruled game of pretend. Trust me, it is fun.