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Guitar Noise Strumming Tutorial CD

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Posted : 28/01/2005 4:53 pm
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I'm in!!!

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Posted : 28/01/2005 5:41 pm
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Hi David,

I'm in, when will the CD be ready? I haven't seen it posted on the store yet, but I guess life is busy.

What would be really great is a SVCD or DVD. I personally learn better by visuals than by ear. Maybe in the future?


Posted : 01/02/2005 3:53 pm
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Being new to playing the guitar and the guitarnoise website, I'm still reeling from the amount of great information on the guitarnoise site. I especially like the easy to understand (and humorous) writing skills of the lesson authors.

I have learned soooooo... much from the tutorials on guitarnoise (it approaches information overload to a neophyte) that any tutorial CD developed by guitarnoise will be in my traveling stack of CD's.

Bob Squires

Posted : 04/02/2005 10:57 am
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I don't know how old this post is, but I would like one to use in my teaching classes. Will there be any license issues? I would be interested in selling to students also, if they want it.

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Posted : 21/03/2005 9:15 am
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Has the CD been made available? Is it available to Canada?


Posted : 25/03/2005 6:02 pm
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Err i'm abit late spotting this post, but would love to get my hands on one of these CD's please. visit me please

Posted : 05/05/2005 7:20 pm
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it would be very, very intersting, of course there should be some written instructions enclosed for people like me who is not english mother-tongue but it sounds good

Great idea david

If I can add my two cents suggestion, it would be extremly interesting if you would show every pattern reffered to some well-known songs

i.e. the strum pattern D DU UDU (the basic syncopated one) is the same that you can hear in the following songs.....

This would be a great help for beginners because in most cases it is easier to understand theory if applied to something well-known

Hope to hear soon and that it will be available even outside USA


Posted : 12/07/2005 5:58 am
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I just saw this post and I would be interested in it...but I was wondering if there would be a downloadable version of this cd for say maybe $8 (I just threw that price out there!)...his way we can just burn our own cd's..

Just a thought..


Posted : 14/07/2005 4:37 pm
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You can add me to the list for the cd! Sounds like a great idea. :)

Posted : 01/08/2005 4:03 pm
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Better late than never, I would buy one :D

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Posted : 04/08/2005 1:42 am
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Count me in :D its like you read my mind about a strumming cd...

Posted : 18/08/2005 5:52 am
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This is an excellent idea! There does not seem to be many lessons around that really cover strumming very well.

Being able to purchase it from your website would be fantastic!

Posted : 05/09/2005 10:09 pm
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Just a reminder that i posted a strumming for beginners article on here. It can be found under the lessons section, then "technique".

Its aimed at beginners or people who are just plain struggling.

All the best


Posted : 06/09/2005 8:48 am
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And Matt's lesson is terrific! Definitely check it out.


Posted : 06/09/2005 11:25 am
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