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Joined: May 25, 2005
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RE: Jack Johnson "Flake"

I like the fuller sound you get from playing the Bb barred at the sixth fret like so: 688766. that way you can just shift up during the chorus and it ...

16 years ago
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RE: songs best for 12 string...help!

slow and steady wins the race by pedro the lion

16 years ago
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RE: $5 says this's been brought up alot, but "7 Nation Army

mmm, brokenbricks is an excellent site, i've been visiting there extensively for 3 or 4 months now

17 years ago
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RE: $5 says this's been brought up alot, but "7 Nation Army

jack uses an octave pedal, i'm tempted to say digitech whammy but i'm not sure. and it is in open A tuning, so it can be played with a slide or barred...

17 years ago
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RE: Pick Thicknesses

dunlop nylon .73's and a dava control

17 years ago
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RE: Breakfast at Tiffanie's

this is funny, because I decided to learn this song last week. ultimate-guitar has a good version of it. it's explained better there than what i could...

17 years ago
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RE: Acoustic for around $400

I have a zad-50 and i freaking love it. It plays better than any acoustic i have set my hands on and better than 90% of the electrics i have put my ha...

17 years ago
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RE: Looking To Buy A Capo

go with a kyser trigger capo

17 years ago
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RE: Another Guitar Identification

it says yamaha on the headstock

17 years ago
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RE: Very, but very easy songs... for newbies

you probably don't know it, but cleveland by all-time quarterback is very easy, just C and Fmaj7 are the chords and they alternate for the entire song

17 years ago
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RE: strangest thing you've ever used as a pick

floppy disk cover, you know, the little black piece that slides back and forth. It actually has quite a nice sound to it, jack j songs sound real nice...

17 years ago
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RE: My string keeps snapping !

make sure you turn the tuners slowly, going fast would help the breaking process tremendously if it isn't just a sharp edge in your tuning head

17 years ago
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RE: who are your influences?

Aaron Sprinkle, Denison Witmer, Jack Johnson, Chris Carrabba, Sean O'donnel, and now I am starting to get influenced by old school blues, thanks to ja...

17 years ago
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