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7ender Introduces New Two-String, Five-Fret Design For Church Bassists

https://babylonbee.com/news/fender-introduces-new-two-string-bass-guitars-for-church-bassists


By popular demand, 7ender has introduced a new two-string, five-fret design specifically targeting church bassists.


The bass just has the E and A strings and the first five frets: all you need to play every worship song ever written. It also has decorative knobs, so you can pretend to adjust settings and turn up your volume, even though the church bass is turned off in the house anyway.

"We noticed that most bass guitars at church wastefully included a G and D string as well as a whole bunch of frets higher up the fretboard," Frank Leming, head of church bass research at 7ender said. "It was a massive waste of resources. This allows us to keep the cost down so the church's $50 budget won't be blown on a bass."



 

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Reduce to the Lord.
Konsequente Sache und übertragbar auf säkulare Locations.
Praise the Lord. Halleluya.
Wo ist die Weihrauchöffnung? (Vermutlich in der klerikalen Combo.)
 

5Bässer

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Es gibt auch bei den Worshippern superfitte Musiker. Hab jahrelang u. a. auch Worship gespielt (modernes Zeug, moderne junge Gemeinde) und fand es meist echt wirklich cool in der Combi Music & Message. Und wo sonst kannst Du jeden Sonntag regelmäßig vor 150 Leuten spielen, die voll mitgehen und total dankbar sind... möchte es nicht missen.
 

5Bässer

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Ich kenn eher die Songs aus dem angelsächsischen Raum, wie z. B. Hillsongs, Vineyard etc. Da ist Worship ohnehin viel populärer als bei uns (und nebenbei ein Milliardenbusiness)...
 
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