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fishrmann
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Joined: Apr 20, 2005
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RE: What to do with Scales

Great post Wes - I like that analogy a lot!One can only play scales straight up and down so many times before going crazy!

17 years ago
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RE: How do you guys remember E A D G B e?

EveryAnimalDoesGoodBeingEaten

17 years ago
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RE: Do scales really help

As a beginner (1yr) I'd offer up that working on learning scales has been and continues to be well worth the effort. Not only does it help speed up no...

17 years ago
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RE: Choosing teacher, any advice?

Most instructors will offer some type of a free introduction, be sure to use that before making a decision. During that free into you should be able t...

17 years ago
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RE: Does new/better gear make you a better player???? It Helps!!

Taso, the finish actually looks better first-hand!!!!! $699 at GC. Could not be happier with what I got for the money.Also, would like to add I'm not ...

17 years ago
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RE: Clapton's Wonderful Tonight Solo HELP!!!

CNEV, just wanted to add a special thanks for assisting me in the right direction on this one......... it's my first lead part, got it down pretty wel...

17 years ago
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RE: Clapton's Wonderful Tonight Solo HELP!!!

Thanks! I'll give it a try - was bending the wrong way, down to the 8th fret instead of going the other direction to the 12th!!!

17 years ago
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RE: D Chord

I agree with Arjen, learn by leaving the pinky free. It'll make transistions to other chords much easier - many songs go from a D to a G, and you can ...

17 years ago
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RE: Walking chords, or at notes played between chord changes

Cool, thanks Jason! This is EXACTLY the type of thing I was hoping for from this post! Cannot wait to give it a try after work, thanks again!

17 years ago
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RE: It arrived!!!! (follow up to "wants vs needs").

Hey there Robbie, in all honesty at home it's running through my little Fender 15W practice amp, but did have the chance to run it through a Peavey Va...

17 years ago
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