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answered Do instruments get out of tune when you place them near a radiator?
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comment Lead sheets / fake sheets without score
@André I write up about 12 songs a year in this format - possibly not enough to warrant your work, unless lots of other people used it too. I would definitely have the patience though.
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answered What do you use to train your sense of rhythm?
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reviewed Reject Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
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reviewed Reject Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
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comment Next step after learning piano chords
What I mean is, if you want to learn to find chords yourself, go for it. But if not, just find where someone else has written them down.
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revised How to add verse-specific dynamic to sheet music
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reviewed Reject Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
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revised Bass drum not tight
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comment Bass drum not tight
I think it's really worth getting some lessons at this stage. I'm not a drummer myself, but I know that the wrong technique will severely hold you back.
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reviewed Reject Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
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revised What is a 7/6 chord?
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comment Poor quality guitars that don't tune
You could overcome this with heavier gauge strings.
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revised What is a 7/6 chord?
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revised What is a 7/6 chord?
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answered What is a 7/6 chord?
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revised What is a 7/6 chord?
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reviewed Reject Connecting Roland vb-99 to Personal Computer (USB)
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reviewed Approve Voice lessons for children
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comment How can I Lower the strings to the fretboard?
The distance between the strings and the fretboard is called the "action". If you Google for "lowering action guitar" you'll find lots of advice.