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Professional developer & amateur guitarist.


Jul
11
comment Travelling with electric violin under revised airport security rules
This is why I added "regarding this specific safety rule change", there might be A LOT of other security rules that would prevent you from doing that (I should probably add that to my answer...) but I don't really know all the rules, I never travelled to the US so I don't know how hard it is to get on those planes with any hand luggage :).
Jul
11
revised Travelling with electric violin under revised airport security rules
added details + source
Jul
11
answered Travelling with electric violin under revised airport security rules
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
27
comment What indicators enable consumers to identify counterfeit guitars?
"do the note on each fret is correct" => it may just be a setup issue (intonation), not a inherent problem with the guitar, so might hard to use as criteria.
Jun
17
comment Pushing a tube amp : better use the channel volume or master volume?
It does not directly answer the question though, but it does answer the other one I asked on the same matter. This question was more about what is more efficient for pushing the tubes : master or channel (but I agree that with an attenuator, this is less an issue).
Jun
16
comment Reduce a tube amp power or volume
Bought a dBKiller MK2 by Name of Sound, it's awesome and work really well (goes up to -30dB)
Jun
16
accepted Reduce a tube amp power or volume
Jun
16
accepted Does an adjustable bridge need to be parallel to the frets?
Jun
16
comment Pushing a tube amp : better use the channel volume or master volume?
This is what I ended up doing. I bought a dBKiller MK2 by Name Of Sound.
Jun
16
accepted What does “Doubletime feel” mean?
May
3
awarded  Yearling
Apr
21
comment Why are there many guitarists, but only one drummer in a band?
Not true, some bands have several drummers, even in "rock" like Combichrist or Slipknot, but you'll notice that there is often a "standard" drummer (snare, cymbals, kick) and additional percutionnists (that often play bassy drums like toms).
Apr
16
comment Decrease bpm and practice
Please note that GP has a "speed training" tool that can repeat a lick or song and speed up by a few BPM each iteration. And you should use it !
Apr
16
comment Decrease bpm and practice
@Dominic Guitar Pro has no issue with pitch shifting due to slow tempo as it's not a "audio" that is slowed, it's just samples that are played longer, so no compensation is needed. I never tried extreme values but never noticed any issues with tempo changes.
Apr
16
comment Metronome markings vs. tempo markings (BPM vs. words)
This is a option of Guitar Pro, you can choose to display the "speed name" or not with the tempo. I'm not sure where you set that though, maybe in the stylesheet (F7). I though you would set this name manually but as you noticed, it seems that GP does it automatically.
Mar
27
awarded  Excavator
Mar
27
revised What does “NC” mean?
Fixed broken link (the old link is redirected to the main page of this site)
Mar
27
suggested suggested edit on What does “NC” mean?
Mar
27
comment What does “NC” mean?
I guess that when it's written NC, it means that you can't determine the chord of that section or it's not relevant for that part of the song (for small licks or leads...) as there is no accompaniment.