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Acoustic guitar player; here's my band's site with links to our music: Baroque & Hungry. Come visit! Buy our stuff, if you like!

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revised What are some beginner classical pieces that could be easily learned?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why does tab have CGCGCE instead of normal EADGBE?
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comment Acoustic guitar: How to stop right index finger nail from wearing away?
Checkin: This is without a doubt a technique issue. My right index finger nail is now an indicator of sorts; when it's wearing away, I now know to hold the pick correctly. This is the best advice on playing I've ever gotten from this site.
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revised The chord formula for the Major Chord is 1- 3 - 5. What do the numbers represent?
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comment Is there a name for the screeching sound made when changing chords on a guitar?
Flatwound strings also mitigate string noise, but the tone is somewhat duller than roundwound strings.
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comment Steel-string parlor guitar - effect on tuning stability when changing string gauge?
Pre-tensioning: Is this stretching the strings out and letting them settle? Or something else?
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comment Acoustic guitar, chip in rosette wood, how to avoid in future?
To follow up: I have been keeping the guitar in its case with a humidifier and have been moisturizing the wood, paying special attention to this area. Will have the chip looked at the next time I bring this guitar in for a setup.
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accepted Acoustic guitar, chip in rosette wood, how to avoid in future?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on The chord formula for the Major Chord is 1- 3 - 5. What do the numbers represent?