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Offline DWBass

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'Shedding' vs. Woodshedding
« on: November 20, 2007, 11:57:30 AM »
I'm just curious...........

Would it be safe to say that there is a subtle difference in the 2 terms even though one is derived from the other? Woodshedding, as I understand the term, is when one (or more) go into a sometimes secluded learning mode in an effort to better one's skills? Not nessessarily secluded but not performing until said goal is acheived?

Would it be safe to say 'shedding' (in the gospel sense) is when a group of musicians get together and share what gifts have been bestowed upon them? At the same time sharing fellowship?

Is there a difference, or would you consider there to be a difference in the 2 terms?

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Re: 'Shedding' vs. Woodshedding
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2007, 12:17:36 PM »
Shed = Corporate Woodshed ;).
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Re: 'Shedding' vs. Woodshedding
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2007, 01:42:17 PM »
I'm just curious...........

Would it be safe to say that there is a subtle difference in the 2 terms even though one is derived from the other? Woodshedding, as I understand the term, is when one (or more) go into a sometimes secluded learning mode in an effort to better one's skills? Not nessessarily secluded but not performing until said goal is acheived?

Would it be safe to say 'shedding' (in the gospel sense) is when a group of musicians get together and share what gifts have been bestowed upon them? At the same time sharing fellowship?

Is there a difference, or would you consider there to be a difference in the 2 terms?



I think your definitions are very accurate.

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Re: 'Shedding' vs. Woodshedding
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2007, 04:19:32 PM »
I'm just curious...........

Would it be safe to say that there is a subtle difference in the 2 terms even though one is derived from the other? Woodshedding, as I understand the term, is when one (or more) go into a sometimes secluded learning mode in an effort to better one's skills? Not nessessarily secluded but not performing until said goal is acheived?

Would it be safe to say 'shedding' (in the gospel sense) is when a group of musicians get together and share what gifts have been bestowed upon them? At the same time sharing fellowship?

Is there a difference, or would you consider there to be a difference in the 2 terms?



I agree with how you've put it.  They're two different mindsets, IMO.

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Re: 'Shedding' vs. Woodshedding
« Reply #4 on: November 20, 2007, 10:16:20 PM »
The "sheds" I have seen were either jam or show off sessions. I dont think I have seen an actual woodshed. I have thought about this before but I find most musicians get bored woodshedding.
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Re: 'Shedding' vs. Woodshedding
« Reply #5 on: November 20, 2007, 10:24:44 PM »
troof, "woodshed" means to dilligently practice.
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