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Raven  wrote on Jan 16th, 2018 8:51pm

No problem man i appreciate you takin some time to check it out. Is there a way to get my original join date if i make a new account??


Raven  wrote on Jan 7th, 2018 8:15pm

Wassup brudda


UltimateGuizar wrote on Oct 27th, 2017 11:01pm



TobusRex wrote on Sep 20th, 2016 5:34pm

Hehe...yeah, that I enjoyed throwing that "tuition" comment out there :D


NeoMvsEu wrote on Jul 29th, 2016 9:13pm


The person claiming to be Satan in UG Feedback - I might just have bad eyes, but is the avatar on the border?


Raven  wrote on Dec 29th, 2015 11:09pm

Yeah, you can thank Casualty01's drunk ass for that one lol. Deleted me, then reinstated my username but it was taken by someone inactive! so he made me suffer KNOWING he could have deleted the other users account and let me have mine.

No, he wanted to give me the HTML for space next to my name -_-

What are you up to these days man? talk to anybody from the chat still? Just wondering how many old folks I can find. I definitely had some good times all those years ago. Can't believe it's totally dead now.


Seth Shadows wrote on Sep 20th, 2015 9:45pm

Dreadnought wrote on Sep 15th, 2015 at 6:44am :



Seth Shadows wrote on Sep 13th, 2015 8:46pm

wanna fuck


Pastafarian96 wrote on Aug 16th, 2015 2:03am

Dreadnought wrote on Aug 16th, 2015 at 11:36am :
All of this green does not look familiar. I may have accidentally clicked your name on my phone, and then clicked 'back' before the profile loaded

Also it was all red two days ago


Pastafarian96 wrote on Aug 16th, 2015 1:53am

Dreadnought wrote on Aug 16th, 2015 at 11:36am :
All of this green does not look familiar. I may have accidentally clicked your name on my phone, and then clicked 'back' before the profile loaded :
That I can completely understand.


Pastafarian96 wrote on Aug 15th, 2015 6:12pm

visiting my page normally or has the profile view bug caught you too?


NeoMvsEu wrote on Jul 14th, 2015 3:20am

Dreadnought wrote on Jul 13th, 2015 at 9:18pm :
Trying to figure a clever way around these Asian spambots
Oh my gosh... @.@ They're dreadful. I was thinking to suggest to the higher-ups that non-Latin non-punctuation should be banned, but then that would lead to spambots that look ever more innocuous. Is there some sort of blanket ban of username types or IPs, or is it more than one IP that attacks?


NeoMvsEu wrote on Jul 14th, 2015 2:22am

Dreadnought wrote on Jul 13th, 2015 at 8:10pm :
Wuddup yo
The temperatures, unfortunately! Hoping to move to the north quarter of the globe eventually... :P what's up with you?


NeoMvsEu wrote on Jul 13th, 2015 1:06am

Hello, dear mod lurker :)


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The Madcap wrote on Dec 12th, 2013 5:25pm

You've reached your message limit, so that's why I couldn't get a message to you.

Anyways, I went more into detail, but I was wondering if you could give me some advice on getting a weekly routine for exercise and diet? The more specific the better. I've been way too lazy this semester (with everything, health, school, guitar playing, etc.) and I want to use the christmas break to get in shape, both physically, musically and just getting out more.

But I don't know anything about fitness, and you're in shape like a motherfucker. All I have access to is a small fitness center at my apartment complex. Just the standard equipment; Treadmills, weights, etc.

Help a bro out?


theogonia777 wrote on Sep 2nd, 2013 7:22pm

Dreadnought wrote on Sep 2nd, 2013 at 10:25am :
my favorite being CGCFAE (do not know the chord name for this, moderately complicated)

I'd probably want to call that C6add11 since it has C6 (CEGA) with the 4th (11th) added. If it had a 7th (Bb) it would be a C13. Actually, it has all of the same degrees as Don Helms's famous E6 tuning (1, 3, 4 (11), 5, 6). Steel guitar tunings are sort of weird though because they often have a note or two that are not in the name. For example, the standard Nashville E9 pedal steel tuning has a D#, which is the major 7th, and the standard pedal steel C6 has an F like your tuning.

FM9 would also work I think (FAC is the major triad, E is the M7th, and G is the 2nd (9th)).


theogonia777 wrote on Sep 2nd, 2013 1:34am

The problem with non-pedal steel is that there are thousands of different tunings out there, ranging from straight major tunings (usually D, E, G, A) to basic extended tunings like C6, A6, E6/13, and E7 to various diatonic tunings to all kinds of bizarre things.

As a result, many players like to sit down and mess with dozens of different tunings without ever learning more than a tune and a couple of licks in each of them. Knowing your scale shapes and more importantly basic chord voicings and all of their inversions is key to any string instrument, so if you spend all your time switching tunings, you never really get to know any of them.

Though it is very interesting (and efficient as far as time goes) to, rather than learn many tunings, just sit down and put the harmonic possibilities on paper and then try and figure out how to get those sort of voicings and licks on a more familiar or common tuning.


theogonia777 wrote on Aug 31st, 2013 3:18pm

I remember that you were talking about all your "alternative" tunings one time. Can you tell me a bit more about those? As a steel guitar player I'm naturally limited harmonically to whatever the open notes can provide (slants really are generally not practical for anything more than diads), and so I am always interested in new tunings.

Like for example, the standard C6 tuning (CEGACE) provides 3 inversions of the CM and Am triads in the open position as well several inversions of C6 and Am7 (though due to the ordering of strings it focuses more on C6 than Am7).

On the other hand, the tuning can't produce any sort of dominant 7th voicings without slanting or bending the C string (and neither of those are particularly practical), though by omitting the C you still get the 5th, b7th, and root notes of an A7 and so when played over an A7 that can prove effective.

And so the tunings used for non-pedal steel guitar are carefully selected to provide the necessary chords for that particular occasion.


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