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Feb
26
comment Guitar notes on the Staff
I'm not sure what you are asking here. If you know the name of the note then you'll know where on the staff it goes. Are you aware of note names and how they fit on the strings of the guitar?
Feb
23
answered How to improve run on guitar
Feb
21
comment How do you check or correct the FOH sound engineer?
No, we're Edinburgh based, but we play more gigs in Glasgow as it is more of a rock city than Edinburgh.
Feb
19
reviewed Reviewed Two simultaneous notes for singing?
Feb
19
comment Two simultaneous notes for singing?
Simple answer would seem to be (although I don't know this piece) that different singers are required. You don't need to sing a chord, you just need a choir :-)
Feb
18
revised Band rehearsal: how to prepare for suboptimal monitoring conditions?
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Feb
18
answered Bass Guitar rasgueado?
Feb
14
revised Why do Open Tunings work?
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Feb
2
comment Books to start playing Piano?
Welcome. Always worth reading the suggestions given to you when you write a question, as well as the Related sidebar to the right :-)
Feb
2
comment Clef between a beam? proper notation?
Nachmen - rather than have a go at Neil, you could have pointed the OP at the search box...
Feb
2
comment Clef between a beam? proper notation?
Neil - I thought you weren't being nasty. It was a bit terse though.
Feb
2
comment Clef between a beam? proper notation?
All - have reopened. This is similar, but different to that core one, as the OP is asking about the clef under the beam.
Feb
2
revised Clef between a beam? proper notation?
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Jan
31
comment Why do I get electric shock from my guitar when I touch the floor?
Okay, that makes sense. If you have old plugs it would be a concern.
Jan
30
comment Why do I get electric shock from my guitar when I touch the floor?
Not sure about this - it may have been the case long ago, but the UK plugs are considered the safest on the planet now, due to separation and isolation of the various wires, and the strain relief. Sure, you can still break a cable, as with any, but it's very visible now.
Jan
30
answered Should my fret be buzzing on my recently bought guitar?
Jan
29
comment Guitar intonation issue - still flat but screw as far as it'll go
Can you clarify what you mean by a high 3.
Jan
29
revised Guitar intonation issue - still flat but screw as far as it'll go
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Jan
27
comment Side effects of power chords
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Jan
27
comment Musicians Unions In The Modern Day
Over here, any public venue that hosts bands has to pay the PRS/PPL so you will get royalties. PRS are very good at taking venues to court if they don't pay :-)