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martmiguel
martmiguel
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Joined: Jan 15, 2013
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Re: How did you learn guitar?

Practice, and studying, some years ago it was hard to find instructional videos, some how I managed to collect 50+ of them, I learned a lot from that ...

4 years ago
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Re: Need a new guitar. Ovation or other?

Keep in mind that Ovation sounds like an "ovation" this guitars have an unique sound, and it is hard to compare with other brands, the sound of the ov...

4 years ago
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Re: Recomend me a decent low priced classical guitar.

Admira, Yamaha or AlhambraI personally own a Yamaha C40 it is a very decent guitar.

4 years ago
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Re: Get Noteboat's theory book here

Glad you support authors, it is nice when someone recognizes others people work.

4 years ago
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Re: Are cheap wireless systems worth buying?

No, the quality of your sound depends on the lowest thing you have on your set, a bad cable, pedal, etc. can make a huge difference on your sound

4 years ago
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Re: How did you learn guitar?

I suggest that you check the academic programs from recognized institutions, or buy some of their books that way you will know what and how to study, ...

4 years ago
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Re: Naruto - The Rising Fighting Spirit Fingerstyle

This is a pretty good arrangement, you did a great job. How long have you practiced it? It took me about 2 weeks from creating the arrangement and p...

4 years ago
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Re: Do I really have to stick to harmony?

search for modal exchange chords, that can really help U to find alternatives to traditional harmony

4 years ago
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Re: Whats the deal with these Epiphone Les Pauls?

Not very good guitar on my opinion, they are something I will never put my money on.

4 years ago
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Re: Learn by playing songs

theory is extremely important but you need to use it, the best way is to learn, understand the songs you play, and then go and play with others.

4 years ago
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Re: Star Wars theme played on... calculators.

jajajaja amazing, but can you tell if one is out of tune? and how can you tune one of these things ajaja

4 years ago
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Re: Where to start with learning music theory.

I recommend to all my students this book:Harmony and theory by Kevin WyattI Really enjoy this book, it makes theory simple, and logical.

4 years ago
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