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Multimedia design + programming + making music + bicycles, that's me.


Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Apr
2
answered What are the advantages and disadvantages of various methods of supporting the classical guitar?
Feb
16
comment Creating a perfect “practice corner”
but the OP said he/she likes the sound on the kitchen, reflected by the tiles... I realise your answer has some good tips, but almost seems taken from a text-book (seems more related to building a studio). I was hoping to see some answers dedicated to the OP's particular need.
Jan
6
awarded  Editor
Jan
6
revised Should I take the weather into account when I replace guitar strings?
corrected spelling
Jan
6
comment Should I take the weather into account when I replace guitar strings?
@WheatWilliams thanks for the edit.
Jan
6
suggested suggested edit on Should I take the weather into account when I replace guitar strings?
Jan
6
accepted Should I take the weather into account when I replace guitar strings?
Jan
6
comment Should I take the weather into account when I replace guitar strings?
thanks! Its good to know that, I play for so many decades and never worried about it until now, and it's great news.
Jan
5
asked Should I take the weather into account when I replace guitar strings?
Nov
29
awarded  Scholar
Nov
29
accepted Small bugs in my classical guitar
Nov
29
comment Small bugs in my classical guitar
After some search on the internet and by thoroughly examining my guitar, I'm glad to say that apparently these bugs aren't doing any glue or wood eating. Fortunately I photographed my guitar 10 years ago in detail and used those photos to compare with today's state. I'm inclined to say that the cold weather is just a coincidence, the humidity percent. is higher and I think it would be a factor for these bugs' appearance. I'm going to collect some and take to a science dep., then probably use some leafs/smells to cast them out, and finally groom my guitar more often. Thanks for your reply!
Nov
28
comment Small bugs in my classical guitar
thanks for the great suggestions! Let me wait to see if someone else has some extra thoughts.
Nov
28
comment Small bugs in my classical guitar
uhhh... hope that's not my case. Did the bugs only appear with cold weather?
Nov
28
awarded  Student
Nov
28
asked Small bugs in my classical guitar
Nov
23
comment Manufacturer claims guitar's sound will improve the more I play it. Is that true?
The strings get better over time (and then worse when start getting older), this I have found in first hand, the instrument I doubt it.
Oct
24
comment Why learn scales? What are they for?
see, as I said, here's a very nice answer with the correct terms and the reason scales are important :)
Oct
24
awarded  Teacher