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I play guitar on my own, at open mic nights, and as part of a weekly get-together for guitarists, and as part a reggae band, for fun.


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revised Are repeated octaves permissable in a fourt part SATB?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is anyone able to outline the purpose of these controls?
May
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revised Amplifier has no aux in, what alternatives can I use?
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comment Amplifier has no aux in, what alternatives can I use?
It just means you shouldn't connect the speaker output from an amp - because it'll be too loud a signal. Line-out into line-in is fine. The Tascam doesn't know what device the line out came from!
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revised Amplifier has no aux in, what alternatives can I use?
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answered Amplifier has no aux in, what alternatives can I use?
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comment Amplifier has no aux in, what alternatives can I use?
What do you want to connect to your amp, other than a guitar?
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May
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revised Why is a grand piano better than an upright piano?
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answered Why is a grand piano better than an upright piano?
May
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answered Sight reading (“two hands”) for one non-performers?
May
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comment Music sheet notation explanation (Alto sax)
Glissando. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_musical_symbols
May
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comment How to practice endurance to be able to play boogie woogie pieces?
Yes. This advice about tension applies equally to the piano music.stackexchange.com/questions/10402/…
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Should i buy guitar effects even If I'm a beginner?
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comment Reference tuning pitch
Thanks @Tim - I couldn't edit my comment so I deleted it and posted the fix above.
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comment Reference tuning pitch
It's very unlikely that CDs would play back at the wrong speed (except on specialist hardware designed to do that). Vinyl and tapes, yes - they ran off mechanical motors that could very much vary in speed. But not CDs