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Nephidoc
@nephidoc
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Joined: Dec 21, 2004
Topics: 5 / Replies: 23
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RE: Fingerpicking

As a beginner myself to fingerstyle I find the best place tostart was here of course! But another fantastic site isThe first practice song is so cool...

18 years ago
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RE: GUILD -GAD 30RE - Any feelings on the matter?

Wow!!!Politics and other rants aside....I have a Guild GAD-40C and love it.I would put it on par with my Larrivee and Martin.It has an incredible tone...

18 years ago
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RE: Anybody heard of....

I have one and love it. It is solid wood throughout. Spruce top, Mahgony back and sides... all solid. The nut and bridge are both made of bone and ...

18 years ago
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RE: Learning the Fretboard?

My favorite site for learning both the Fret Board and also notes on the staff is,It has trainers for notes, intervals, key signitures... the works.Nic...

18 years ago
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RE: Psst! Over here. Wanna HOT TIP, buddy?

Anyway: would have gotten one if I didn't already had the AD30VT. Me too .. Me three... :lol: Me Four.... it's like a freaking virus

18 years ago
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RE: Electronic Tuner

Just got this tuner.Great for noisy environments, back lighting makes it greatfor dark or low light situations.Works like a charm!They are on sale!Wor...

18 years ago
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RE: dhodge lessons.

I took lessons for six months from a great Jazz guitarist, doing his music Phd work.I have to say in those six months I learned more from David's less...

18 years ago
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RE: Went to Gc today

I've been playing for about 2 years now.I would go for the Seagull.The playability for a beginner like us is great.I have a Larrivee, Guild, Yamaha an...

18 years ago
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RE: Picking question

Guess my skill at discription suck..Yes I'm slanting the pick so it hits the edge, not the face all done on the tip of the pick... not the back part.I...

19 years ago
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RE: Good acoustic guitars?

I would seriously think of buying a used guitar from a forum like this one.I've seen two Seagull's recently right around $200 that would cost you $350...

19 years ago
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RE: Picks with Holes?

I started by drilling 2 holes with a knife in the back side of my picks. I did this with one of my kitchen knives just "stick n' twist".I left the ed...

19 years ago
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