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answered How to have a penetrating voice?
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answered Can you learn how to drum with the game Rockband 3 and e-drums?
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reviewed Approve How much does it cost on average to clean a clarinet?
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revised What is the best way to break using the pedal too frequently?
explain physical release
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answered What is the best way to break using the pedal too frequently?
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reviewed Approve Arthritis In Hands (Playing With Pain In Hands) - Are There Recommended Approaches?
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comment What are all these symbols in some old sheet music?
If you look closer at the "x"s, there are a pair of lines in each direction. So it's a # rotated 45 degrees -- consistent with the theory of it being a sharp sign.
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answered C harmonica: How to play high tabs without producing “noise”
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comment What factors contribute most to the tone of an electric guitar?
@leftaroundabout Steels strings and single coils on a classical would snap the neck :) - steel strings and single coils on an acoustic guitar is covered by the "body type" item, which I have moved higher up the list.
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revised What factors contribute most to the tone of an electric guitar?
Move "body type" up and add MDF vs hardwood