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sanjeev george wrote on Feb 15th, 2013 11:30am

Thank you sqrrloncrack

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sanjeev george wrote on Feb 14th, 2013 4:17pm

Thanks for the reply. Do you know of ANY OTHER brand amp that can work for both electrioc and acoustic?

sanjeev george wrote on Feb 14th, 2013 at 5:54pm :
Read your review on Line 6 spider IV amp. It was nice.
Will this amp work for acoustic guitar also (the clean tones)?

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sanjeev george wrote on Feb 14th, 2013 12:24pm

Read your review on Line 6 spider IV amp. It was nice.
Will this amp work for acoustic guitar also (the clean tones)?

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minkar_man72 wrote on Jun 13th, 2012 6:47pm

sqrrloncrack wrote on Jun 9th, 2012 at 9:38pm :
i'm glad you enjoyed my lessons. i should b done with the next few installments here shortly. if you would like i can let you know when they are up

that would be cool. thanks!

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minkar_man72 wrote on Jun 10th, 2012 1:49am

Hey i read your "all about scales" lessons and their really helpful. i can play guitar pretty good but i've never formally learned any scales or anything, i basically just learned by covering songs. any way, thanks for posting that article it was really helpful.

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juckfush wrote on Dec 10th, 2010 8:02am

Hey champ, thanks for the add :cheers:

I'm getting to work on converting some of the pieces I mentioned in 10 or so, so they should be to you in a couple hours at the latest ;)

In the mean-time, one thing I really would recommend is coming up with a chord progression of any sort (even something simple like a I-IV-V), and using a tapping finger or two to slide around higher up the neck to make a nice, flowing melody. Say, strumming your C chord, tapping a B note (the seventh) an sliding up to an E for a wave-like sound.
Definitely a very musical practice, and it'll get a tapping finger or two used to performing that sort of role. I'll be sending a couple of my own pieces too, so hopefully they'll spark some ideas. =]

All the best!

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