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answered Can you hammer on from 7th to 0?
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answered Can guitar playing cause stiff fingers?
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answered Is there some type of classical guitar strings that have uniform tone across all six?
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comment Want to learn Blues Guitar
+1 for giving examples. I did not put 2 and 2 together to realize that the business mentioned in the question might actually be music/guitar shops. I would hope that anyone working in a guitar shop would understand the different nuances between rock and straight blues, but you never know...
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answered How do you play this tablature notation?
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answered Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (Piano Solo) - Measure 306
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comment How do you strum an upstroke without striking an unwanted string?
I generally agree, but exerting this amount of control is not practical for some strumming patterns, although in these cases the muted string should not overpower the others.
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answered How do you strum an upstroke without striking an unwanted string?
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revised Is there any way to find average of song's amplitude?
updated question to ask for advice on determining amplitude rather than wavelength
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answered Is there any way to find average of song's amplitude?
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comment Is there any way to find average of song's amplitude?
Volume is not represented by wavelength. Wavelength is exactly what is sounds like, the length of a sound wave, which is influenced by frequency, or pitch. If you are looking for a measure of the average volume, you are talking about amplitude; however, I doubt that an analysis consisting purely of amplitude would be able to tell you with any certainty what style of music it is.
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answered Guitar tutoring software that listens to your playing?
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