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Apr
23
comment Understanding Inversions
As you can see, @JCPedroza, I made an attempt to answer the general question without filling out the page.
Apr
22
answered Understanding Inversions
Apr
22
comment Understanding Inversions
So, you want us to do your homework?
Feb
24
answered Playing with a pick with less pick-sound
Feb
24
comment Playing with a pick with less pick-sound
I thought the opposite was true: that lighter picks were clickier. There's also hard/soft. I use an Ultex pick that's hard and I'm told sounds more like tortoise-shell (never played with the real myself, and don't intend to) and I'm sure that, for the same pick size, the Gator Grip would have less of the percussive attack.
Feb
22
answered How can i improve my intonation on violin?
Feb
19
reviewed Satisfactory Is guitar action affected by tuning?
Feb
19
reviewed Excellent Using flatted third in 12 bar blues
Feb
19
reviewed Satisfactory Why “delta” chords?
Feb
8
revised Upgrading from 0.009 to 0.010 string gauge. Do I have to do a guitar setup?
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Feb
7
answered Upgrading from 0.009 to 0.010 string gauge. Do I have to do a guitar setup?
Feb
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
5
reviewed Close What is the cheapest hardware synthesizer, or where are schematics for DIY?
Feb
4
answered How to learn rap music?
Jan
31
comment What are the Reggae Chords
That should work, considering how the local music business uses "dub plates" where one musical groove serves as backing of several songs.
Jan
28
answered How is this B flat guitar chord physically possible?
Jan
7
comment Low B keeps going out of tune
Yeah, it seems like there are too few details about what the problem is for us to give meaningful answers.
Jan
7
revised Is it necessary to tune a guitar to some standard pitch?
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Jan
5
comment Is there a way to let me switch delay before/after distortion without needing additional pedals?
GMT -- Gain Modulation Time -- is how I learned it. And as delays often chime l come between the preamp and power amp sections of amps, your Flashback should handle your iPad.