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Apr
27
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
Apr
27
comment What's the shortest that a note can be and still have a recognisable pitch?
Is this a duplicate: sound.stackexchange.com/q/28163/7016
Apr
27
awarded  Yearling
Apr
23
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
22
comment What are some good ways to practice rim shots?
instantrimshot.com
Apr
20
answered Taylor Big Baby vs Koa Limited Edition Taylor 324ce-k-FLTD
Apr
20
answered newbie trying to decide between cubase pro and cubase artist edition
Apr
20
comment Is learning guitar good without knowing how to sing?
sneha - are you asking if singing will help guitar playing? Or if you can do both at once?
Apr
18
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
14
comment Problems tuning an old Egmond acoustic with floating bridge
can you post a couple of photos online? We can link them into your post. Ideally one from your eyeline when playing the guitar, one looking down on the front of the guitar, and one from behind the bridge, so we can more easily see the problem
Apr
12
comment How is this B flat guitar chord physically possible?
Darren - I always assume an X here would mean 'don't play' not 'mute'
Apr
11
comment Do song lyrics need to be complicated and have hidden meaning?
Totally agree! One of our songs has verses that are simply about writing verses of a song, and choruses made up of random words...then the lot translated into German via Japanese through Google translate. Sounds great. Means nothing. Audiences love it! youtube.com/watch?v=C1ySudzIZGA
Apr
11
answered Forcing a slide between different chord shapes
Apr
9
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Apr
2
revised Barre chords kill my thumb!
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Apr
1
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Mar
30
answered What is the impact of overlooking learning scales?
Mar
30
comment How can I produce any melody on my guitar as effortlessly as I do with my voice?
still upvoted you though, as it's a good answer :-)
Mar
30
comment How can I produce any melody on my guitar as effortlessly as I do with my voice?
interestingly, I have exactly the opposite view on this - as I learned violin, then guitar way before piano, I find it obvious where notes are going to be on stringed instruments, but really difficult on a piano, with its odd key spacings etc. Even on my guitars with odd tunings, I find a third or a fifth a simple visualisation.