After opening my bass amp from my Rockstar a day early, I was distraught to find that despite the fact that he left a chord out for me, there was no sound coming from it. After plugging in various cords and whatnot; watching numerous videos on youtube on how to set up your amp, and flipping the on/off switch repeatedly, I found this little thing called a Volume Knob on my bass.
It helps if you turn it up.
12 responses to “Dumbass”
have so been there! (not on a bass amp but on many other things! haha)
Because we are awesome. 🙂
Didn’t something happen with an amp in Howard Stern’s Private Parts movie?
Hmmm, that is one movie that I never did see…
I wish my Junior knew how to turn his bass amp DOWN.
Turned down music is over-rated….
TOTALLY love your name, sparklebumpsthebookwhore – and I’ve got to say, your picture’s great: cheeky, gorgeous red hair. Anyway, to your post though – ha ha! I can imagine, seriously I can. It would have been maddening to realise how simple the solution. But great to write about it, shameless as you are naming your post “Dumbass” 🙂
Happy New Year, and yes I’ll keep calm & sparkle. Noeleen
Thank you, I like my name too, since no one else has it. 🙂
And yes. I have no shame.
I thought you were a knob expert.
The knobs I use are self-explanatory and all natural. It’s quite obvious where they go.
I’m glad I’m not the only person that does stuff like that.
No no. I do stuff like that ALOT.