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Saryu
@saryu
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Joined: Aug 14, 2006
Topics: 9 / Replies: 40
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Re: The Lyric game

And behold! There before me was a sign reading "Caution"Hanging from the weathered fence, piercing the distortionOf the blazing heat that burned my sk...

14 years ago
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Re: Another "What's this chord" query....

You are all wrong! The chord is quite obviously an F#min/maj11 (aug5) (add aug13)! :P

15 years ago
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Re: Funny story about my attempt at recording something

@Ignar: That's right, you heard people talking about cricket....somehow the microphone wire has acted as an antenna and picked up on some random radio...

15 years ago
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Re: New member......saying G'day

Hi there Ratcat! You sound like you're a fellow Aussie...anyway welcome to the board and have fun!Saryu

15 years ago
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Re: Different Styles of Fingerpicking?

While we are talking about names and patterns for fingerpicking styles, I seem to recall one pattern that has a specific name but I can't for the life...

15 years ago
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Re: AHHHH!

New strings will detune very quickly, because they haven't reached their elastic point yet. It means that as you play, the strings are stretching out ...

15 years ago
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Re: A Shaped Barre Chords

Who cares about the top note. :lol: Right. It's just another A note albeit an octave or two higher. Not needed. Shhhh!!! Stop picking on that poo...

15 years ago
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Re: Your First Song?

The first complicated song that involved more than just strumming learned was "wanted dead or alive" - the intro was difficult and I learned that firs...

15 years ago
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Re: A Shaped Barre Chords

that's the problem. how to do that without getting the high E string to thud. Learn it on a ukulele first. I couldn't do it at all on guitar until af...

15 years ago
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Re: Changing to F chord

F will take a while....then you'll come to Bb (or even B) which will take even longer :-P As others have mentioned, the trick is to practice practice ...

15 years ago
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Re: Re:

but with the piano you don't need to memorize string names and the lack of sharps to certain notes still throws me off :wink: Any western instrument ...

15 years ago
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Re: Which is the most versatile instrument ?

I wasn't saying that a guitar in open tuning is as easy to figure out as a keyboard. But it is much easier, and much more logically laid out, than "st...

15 years ago
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Re: Re:

Yes and it is easier. It's laid out much more logically. As is a guitar in an open tuning. :D The thing with a piano is that in theory, anyone can l...

15 years ago
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