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MikeHull
@mikehull
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Joined: Jun 20, 2007
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RE: Tested out playing standing up..

just looks a bit high to me kent, and you know how it is, people dont perceive that as cool lol.i am after function over cool, but dont want to look o...

16 years ago
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RE: Tested out playing standing up..

Upon taking another look, I think maybe your sitting posture could use some work, too ;) Looks like you are a little slouched and your knees are kind ...

16 years ago
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RE: Tested out playing standing up..

Then make it even simpler and pick single notes. My point is you definitely CAN do it, but it may not just happen, you have to work at it.You say you ...

16 years ago
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RE: Tested out playing standing up..

You have to work at it. It'll take some geting used to and trial and error on your part adjusting the strap and position of the headstock to find what...

16 years ago
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RE: Playing stood up

im not sure if im at the stage yet playing without looking at the fret board (infact i know i arent - though I can get Gmaj, Em and Am changes without...

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RE: Playing stood up

as has been said, sound is better than cool :)and i wouldnt be worried about looking cool, i want people to be able to enjoy what i play, on whatever ...

16 years ago
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RE: Learning Guitar, but fancy learning the bass too...

I thought short scale ones sounded a bit rubbish?You've never played a good one then. Birdsong and Rob Allen make incredible shorties if you've got b...

16 years ago
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RE: Learning Guitar, but fancy learning the bass too...

Another couple of plus points for learning bass;The longer scale length and bigger frets will improve your stretch, and it'll also build your hand str...

16 years ago
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RE: Learning Guitar, but fancy learning the bass too...

interesting.I was advised not to learn the bass while learning guitar, but it really is something i want to do - more versatility for me, and ive been...

16 years ago
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RE: Gibson Les Paul necks...

Different ones have different size necks, 50s reissues are thicker than 60s I believe.Do you mean front to back or top to bottom?Plus I'd say this was...

16 years ago
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RE: Playing stood up

Ta guys!I would probably adopt having the neck angled more up towards to my face, as i would find playing stretches easier :)thats the guitar too as w...

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