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answered Finding corresponding hex bolts and keys for electric guitar bridge
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comment Recording an electric guitar and electric bass
I'd always go USB as well - then you typically have them powered separately if needed (which helps lower the noise floor)
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comment Can anyone name some familiar guitar solos entirely in the minor pentatonic scale?
Brian - as baordog points out, this is not suitable for this site. Have a look at the Music Fans Stack Exchange - as worded this question may not work there either, but you may be able to make it fit there.
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comment Guitar G string
user37196 - you may need to upload a recording so we can see what you mean by zinging. Otherwise, as Neil and Andy point out, there are too many possible causes.
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comment Position of white dots in guitar fretboard
Wondering why the 3rd fret doesn't have a dot then - the 3rd fret open natural harmonic is significant, and frequently used across many genres, from Jazz, as you mentioned, to Metal (see the Dimebag Squeal)
May
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reviewed Reviewed What time signature is this?
May
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comment The practical difference between 2/2 and 2/4 time
I have changed the dupe link - think this one is more of a canonical.
May
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comment What's a good strategy for adjusting pole pieces?
David - if you are the same David who originally posted this, you appear to have set up two separate accounts here. You can request for the two to be merged (check the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page) so you get the benefit of the reputation points earned.
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comment Understanding metal guitar music writing structure
The unclear bit was that you mentioned tuning, successfully writing guitar tracks etc - very different things. Okay - that is waaaaay too broad then. There is no "guitar music structure" - there are many different genres, all of which use different structures. use @cyco130's answer as a possible starting point, but there is no fast-track to being able to do this. If you want to play/write guitar - you need to learn guitar.
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comment Understanding metal guitar music writing structure
Not sure what you are asking. If you are just wanting to understand guitar music, I'd suggest learning guitar as the only solution. Can you clarify what you mean.
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Apr
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comment How do I stop breaking strings so fast?
edited your post for readability
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answered How do I stop breaking strings so fast?
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comment What's the shortest that a note can be and still have a recognisable pitch?
OK - it just rang bells so I thought I should mention it