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comment How to connect 32 ohms amp line out to 16 ohms home theater
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is not about musical practice or performance. If your guitar manual says you should be able to use headphones on that output and it is not working then you have a problem with either amp or headphones. I am not convinced that output is supposed to drive headphones.
Jul
24
comment Help Please. I'm in need of some assistance in my singing
Welcome - please fully read our tour and How to Ask pages, and then have a look through the existing questions on the site. This will help you understand how the site works, how questions should be structured, and may even answer parts of your questions.
Jul
22
comment How to fix jitter in Piano Marvel 2.0?
As Carl mentioned, you'd really need to get this answered from their support team.
Jul
19
comment How is the hihat played in the intro to the Donna Summer song “Could It Be Magic”?
Can you be specific as to when this happens in that track - I can't hear any fast hi-hat in that entire track.
Jul
18
comment What is that for a huge bridge on a Les Paul?
One of my Kahler trems is similar in size, but it isn't a Mahler. There doesn't have to be anything special about it - there are a lot of trem variants.
Jul
18
comment Why aren't songs with 11 beats 13 beats, common?
You have asked a lot of questions in one post - please limit yourself to one.
Jul
16
comment Talking with the audience in a show
miu - I see all your questions have been closed so far. Please re-read our tour and How to Ask pages, as they give good advice on what is in scope (opinions aren't). Also, please only ask 1 question at a time. thanks.
Jul
14
comment Guitar Cables and Semi-electric guitars
Your question doesn't really explain what you are doing - a picture would really help.
Jul
12
comment Two kinds of blues scales?
Albert - it's very difficult to understand what you are trying to say here. Matt describes the normal meaning of blues scales, so I think your first sentence doesn't work - and the rest is unreadable (to me)
Jul
4
comment B -> C and E -> F, No Sharp?
If he is talking about micro-tonality then the standard western notation is mostly irrelevant then, isn't it?
Jul
4
comment What is an effective way to tune a guitar for an unpracticed ear?
5-7 works wonderfully. And it's very quick. But I'm with you re stage tuning - electronics are fast and can work in a loud environment
Jul
4
comment B -> C and E -> F, No Sharp?
Your final paragraph is wrong. In standard western music, B# is effectively C. The naming convention is just that - a convention.
Jun
24
comment Would adding delay after the loadbox make it the same as if adding it in the effects loop?
This answer seems self-contradictory. Did you mean you can put effects almost anywhere except time dependent effects such as delay?
Jun
17
comment Solution for guitar play with backing track
surroundedbyfools - luckily Bart edited this into an okay answer. Next time you will incur a suspension.
Jun
12
comment Which Blues notes are deliberately flattened?
Your 1st, 3rd and 4th paragraphs are related to the question, but the others could be removed (as they answer a different question) - then I'd upvote.
Jun
6
comment Can I plug my amp directly into my audio interface?
Mauricio - welcome to Music.SE. So far it seems you haven't quite understood the difference between Stack Exchange and other online forums, as you have made a few posts that don't answer the question, or only supply information others have posted. Can I ask that you please read How to Answer and have a browse around the site to see how the community as a whole works. Thanks.
Jun
2
comment Which Blues notes are deliberately flattened?
Hi Jay - this isn't answering my question at all. I know the how (have been playing blues for over 25 years)
May
30
comment Are the names for these chords valid?
Shomo - Comments are not for extended discussion so I have moved this conversation [ to chat](chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/24294/…). Where you have additional questions, it is better to ask them as questions, referring to the initial question if necessary. And for discussion - use chat.
May
30
comment Notes on string high E sounds out of tune even picking them alone
Can you clarify - you think they sound out of tune, but your tuner says they are in tune, right?
May
22
comment Singing the words to one song along with the music for another - what is this called?
As I understand it a medley has parts of songs consecutively. I am talking about simultaneously