Skip to content
Rodders
Rodders
@rodders
Noble Member
Joined: Oct 9, 2004
Topics: 165 / Replies: 921
Topic
7 years ago
Forum
Replies: 2
Views: 6805
Reply
Re: phantom

Thanks diceman,so its as simple as that :D :D :D

8 years ago
Topic
8 years ago
Replies: 3
Views: 2377
Topic
Forum
Replies: 2
Views: 345
Reply
Re: Buffalo Soldier intro

Wow, thanks David, that really helps. I'll give it a go later and with any luck I should perform it at my next open mic and get it video'd and than up...

9 years ago
Reply
Re: Buffalo Soldier intro

I wouldn't accuse Bob Marley of ripping anybody off, and as it is I hate that Banana song. Chris Evans seems to like it though, I have to suffer it mo...

9 years ago
Topic
Replies: 5
Views: 2777
Reply
Re: Three Steps to Heaven

Well, that looks like an easy one Vic. pretty straight forward. Where would all the bands of the sixties been without the three chord trick?

9 years ago
Forum
Reply
Re: Gibson or Strat

Definately Strat. lightweight, better tonal range better looking just look at the shape of a woman and there's a Strat......

9 years ago
Reply
Re: Best Guitar Amps (Combos Only)

You'll have to go along way to find something better than the Fender Blues Junior in that range.Great tone and volume for 15 watt tube amp with some u...

9 years ago
Forum
Reply
Re: Jake Bugg "Path of the lightning bolt"

I find this song is a brilliant catalist for learning the quick chord change as the tempo is fairly racey.If you can master the speed of change in thi...

9 years ago
Forum
Reply
Re: Jake Bugg "Path of the lightning bolt"

Nice one Rodders. This song caught my ear as well from the adverts! And for anyone who's not mastered those barre chords yet, try to remember, a capo...

9 years ago
Forum
Reply
Re: Jake Bugg "Path of the lightning bolt"

It should be noted that the B chord is played as a B5, with the high and low E strings muted using the tip and base of your index finger. the chord sh...

9 years ago
Forum
Topic
Forum
Replies: 8
Views: 567
Page 1 / 73