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Well I've seemed to hit a little block in my musical skill. I constantly keep playing the same songs and don't seem to progress as much as I use to.
Does anybody out there know of anything good to play to get out of this rut, or maybe a new band to hear to help inspire me more?
on Thu Jan 10, 2008 12:01 am
What tuning is this in?
on Thu Jan 10, 2008 7:58 am
I've been digging on a lot of country music lately, and i've been trying to learn some flat picking. does anybody know anywhere where i can find find lessons/tab teaching this?
Roy Clark Appreciation Thread
No, not metal, but a shredder none the less with the barebones clean tone.
I was first exposed to Roy on a rerun of Beverly Hillibillies and then on reruns of Hee Haw.
on Thu Jan 17, 2008 11:31 am
I know this is gonna be a stupid question, and i'll feel like an idiot once I know the answer ( its bound to be something simple)
how do you get controlled feedback?
I mean how do you get it at a certain pitch?
how you see in tabs sometimes;
yes I know I'm an idiot ...
Post your favorite guitar excercizes
mine is rathers simple,
and repeat faster and faster
(and hopefully this will turn into a big thread of guitar excercizes so i can constantly look over this to practice)
Cowboys from Hell album, new tab book
Hopefully they'll have Vulgar out soon enough....for those who like tabs, anyway...which I do
Has anybody picked it up yet?...I hope the tabs are accurate.
Can't be any worse than some of the selections that were included in books from the past...yes, I know it's a limitation of tab, but perhaps with these new ones, they got somebody who's a real Dime fan to make sure they're GOLDARN close to how he actually played the songs.
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I remember reading about how the early VH albums were recorded in such a way that the guitars were only on ONE side of the stereo, so if you used your balance knob, you could get a "free" backing track to play along to.
I've googled my ass off and I can't find out where the downloads are...but I've tried on my own and found that on my CD version of the first album, moving the balance did jack squat....the guitars are on both sides, left and right. I did find one backing track BUT...it had guitars on it!..wtf?...how that's a backing track I have no clue.
Basically I'm looking for Eruption, just those drum fills without EVH. I'm trying to figure out how to do it myself using Cubase, but so far nothing.
Anybody know where I can look, or if I'm lucky, actually have Eruption's drum fills available for download?...thanks!
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