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May
15
comment Where to download music covers for songs (without lyrics)?
This is a duplicate - have a search on the site. Otherwise I'll find the dupe when I get home.
May
15
reviewed Approve Why is the recorder a good instrument to start with?
May
15
comment Why is the recorder a good instrument to start with?
Also - parents here certainly find it the most horrendous instrument and can't wait for their kids to give it up :-)
May
15
reviewed Approve Drumsticks: Nylon Tip vs Wooden Tip
May
15
answered Why is the recorder a good instrument to start with?
May
13
comment What actually changes in related scales?
There is not a 'most basic chord' - but what you should do is look at the questions tagged modes - and you will see what the changes are. Basically for these two it is simply where you start the scale from.
May
11
reviewed Reviewed Electric fretless bass guitar intonation
May
11
reviewed Reviewed Electric fretless bass guitar intonation
May
8
awarded  Notable Question
May
8
comment How to play chords on full fingerboard without looking?
@Kudayar - yes it does. It works very well with barre chords in a traditional grip, and power chords using a thumb grip.
May
8
comment How to play chords on full fingerboard without looking?
@ecline6 - check out the videos linked from my profile. Not only lasers, but fire, confetti cannons, bubbles, party poppers - you name it. :-)
May
8
comment How to play chords on full fingerboard without looking?
It works very well if you have hands big enough to hold round the neck in a Jimi Hendrix style. It is a little trickier if you use your thumb in classic position at the back of the neck - you then need to rely on feel with your finger.
May
8
answered Good exercise for precision in picking (with pick)?
May
8
answered How to play chords on full fingerboard without looking?
May
7
answered How to play together online?
May
3
answered Stopping high E string from muting by palm when using thumb to frett
Apr
28
comment Changing the strings: one by one, or by taking all strings off at one time?
I have done my best to sort out your over-enthusiastic capitalisation, and removed your slightly confrontational first sentence.
Apr
28
reviewed Edit Changing the strings: one by one, or by taking all strings off at one time?
Apr
28
revised Changing the strings: one by one, or by taking all strings off at one time?
Added a few breaks. Too much caps though.
Apr
27
awarded  Yearling