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kingpatzer
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Joined: Mar 11, 2005
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Re: What are scales?

I solve that problem by giving the shapes names. A C major scale at the third position is a 1 fingering - the root is under the first finger on the A...

6 years ago
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Re: What are scales?

. . . so relying on shapes is natural for the guitarist. This is very true - but it also can lead to a great deal of confusion in the realm of musi...

6 years ago
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Re: I can't play guitar

Late to the party, but unless you're fingers are smaller than a very small 12 year old's they aren't too short:

6 years ago
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Re: Quick amp help, blackstar or fender stage

Classic rock and blues screams "fender." If you want to play some metal now and again, put a high-gain overdrive in front of it, or maybe stack a coup...

6 years ago
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Re: Any famous guitarists that learned to play late in life?

Becoming famous means negotiating the music business . . . and that is not something an older person with responsibilities in their life will have the...

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Re: What are scales?

It's a little thing, but it can make all the difference in the world when you're explaining it to someone who's not familiar with music. I absolutely...

6 years ago
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Re: What are scales?

I'm not really sure but I know relative to c is all major (or perfect) intervals. Nope. Major Fourths, Major Fifths, and Octaves are called "Perfect...

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Re: What are scales?

It takes quite a bit of thinking to say what a scale is, but a major scale in C,relitave to C is CDEFGABC.. What you listed is the C major scale. Wha...

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Re: Guitar and Amp question

"Wattage" really means very little.Speaker quality, peak headroom of the amplifier, the genre of music you're playing, and speaker efficiency all matt...

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Re: Major/Minor question

Really the way to understand this is to first understand the scales and how they relate to notes and tones. A scale is an ordering of notes across one...

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Re: Is my guitar website useful (it's theory related)

You got to apply my system to something. A fretboard is a good start...Beginners usually don't want to learn what function the note C (or D, Db, D#, E...

12 years ago
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Re: Is my guitar website useful (it's theory related)

Page 21 says "I'm assuming if you're looking at this that you are not a beginner." Ok, so who is your intended audience?Why would someone who is NOT ...

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