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reviewed Leave Open How to create guitar tabs with similar notation to Japanese Band Scores?
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reviewed Close Sheet music for obscure melody
Jan
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reviewed Close How to automatically create guitar chord diagrams for site?
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Modal chord progressions for Rock music
Jan
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reviewed Leave Open What's the name for the style of jazz piano with slow rhythmic chords in the left hand
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Alternate double palm mute picking between notes
Jan
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comment Recommended fingering for Hometown Glory
This is how I would do it as well; typically it is not comfortable or economical to separate 4 and 5 by more than 2 semitones.
Jan
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revised Recommended fingering for Hometown Glory
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Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Guitar-usb interface vs External sound card (very low budget)
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revised Guitar-usb interface vs External sound card (very low budget)
specific shopping recommendations are off-topic
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed 7th chord notation confusion
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reviewed Reviewed What is the difference between a soprano and a mezzo soprano
Jan
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comment Extreme difficulty matching a piece to the metronome (piano)
I agree with Todd that counting is important. One thing to try would be to sync the fastest note in the piece to your metronome beat, and hold and count beats for all other notes. For example, if the shortest note in the piece is a 16th then play each 16th in time with the metronome tocks, hold and 8th for two tocks, a quarter for 4 tocks, etc. This will be very slow but will help you get used to it. The next step would be to set the metronome to match an 8th -- and you'll have to practice playing 16ths on and halfway between two tocks.
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revised Can legato notes be played staccato?
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Jan
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revised Guitar tuning to a different key question
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reviewed Reviewed Could I turn a bass guitar into a large ukulele?
Jan
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comment Could I turn a bass guitar into a large ukulele?
How do you define "working ukelele"? With bass strings, you'd have a bass with an alternate tuning that would allow you to finger shapes the same way as with a ukelele -- are you replacing the strings with something else?
Jan
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reviewed Close Can I use a DI Box to practice guitar without an amp?
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comment Can I use a DI Box to practice guitar without an amp?
This seems very opinion-based. You're not really providing much in the way of qualifying criteria. I personally run my Strat to an digital effects pedal to a guitar amp to the headphones, but there's tons of setups that would work.
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