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Mar
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comment Changing the strings: one by one, or by taking all strings off at one time?
Just put a wedge under the FR, then remove all the strings. Making the wedge the exact right shape might take some time, but it's worth it.
Mar
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comment Fingerstyle guitar - How to fret this arpeggio?
I suppose you could replace that 9 with an open B.
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Why is my voice lower pitched when I get up in the morning?
Muscle tension?
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comment Silly idea: automatic screamo converter
Yeah, it's something you could do, but just to be clear, it won't end up with the same results as recording actual screaming. That's not a criticism, of course, unless that's your goal!
Nov
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comment What notes are optional in jazz chords?
If you can type Japanese, you can type フラット and シャープ to get the symbols :-)
Nov
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comment Flatpicking: how can I make my floating-pick-hand less bouncy?
Oh, interesting. I prefer to keep it closer to 1/8", myself.
Nov
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comment Flatpicking: how can I make my floating-pick-hand less bouncy?
How much of the pick is sticking out past your fingers?
Oct
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comment Guitar overdubbing with headphones problem
Have you tried turning it down? If there's clipping anywhere on the signal path, reducing levels at the right point could help.
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Oct
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comment Why is the highest frequency on a piano 4186 Hertz?
It doesn't actually show that. Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) tends to fit Fletcher-Munson, so without your care and judicious use of earplugs, you'd start losing somewhere around 4k first. Most people lose their very high end due to age, rather than NIHL. (Perhaps more relevantly, even if you can hear several semitones above 17kHz, you can't distinguish them as individual notes.)
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answered Is there a name for the screeching sound made when changing chords on a guitar?