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May
9
comment Is it possible for an unamplified acoustic bass guitar to be loud?
That would be a great solution, but I suspect for the long term. What's the price range on these?
May
9
comment Is it possible for an unamplified acoustic bass guitar to be loud?
(1) It's a renaissance band, and an upright doesn't fit with the period, unfortunately. Also, (2) I don't know how to play one.
May
9
asked Is it possible for an unamplified acoustic bass guitar to be loud?
May
7
revised Dissonance across different octaves
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May
3
comment How to fret an F# root note with a drop-E capo?
And, unfortunately, this is about as far as I can back the capo off the frets and still have it hold the notes down well. But perhaps I could cut the end in a bit with a hacksaw and angle it. Hmm...
May
3
comment How to fret an F# root note with a drop-E capo?
That's exactly what I do on my dreadnought - angle my thumb in there. But on this guitar, I really don't have the room for this.
May
3
comment Dissonance across different octaves
This is on a piano?
May
3
asked How to fret an F# root note with a drop-E capo?
Apr
26
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Mar
29
comment Will hanging a guitar by its headstock damage it?
Electric or acoustic guitar? I've recently become aware that this makes a huge difference. "Acoustic guitar rooms" in guitar shops are often humidified.
Mar
29
comment How do you care for your guitar?
Type of guitar? A solidbody electric guitar will have different issues than a delicate acoustic guitar.
Mar
29
comment How often should I use my guitar humidifier?
This seems to make sense, but can you cite a source for this information?
Mar
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
18
comment What is a “producer” in hip-hop music?
@WheatWilliams - The point is that this is too basic; it can be answered by a simple search on Wikipedia. (It really should have been closed as "general reference", but that close reason doesn't exist on this site.)
Mar
7
comment What can I build into my guitar and use the “tone pots” buttons to adjust?
This isn't an answerable questions, it's a call for discussion. Vote to close.
Mar
6
comment Guitar for super-small hands?
The A&L Ami is a very nice guitar, but its sibling, the Seagull Grand, is an amazingly responsive steel-string fingerstyle guitar - and it sounds great. I wouldn't use it for rhythmic playing, though.
Mar
5
comment What instrument is this?
@JavierBadia - That's the oddest thing I've seen in some time. Nice!
Jan
16
answered Bring Your Own Mic
Jan
16
comment Bring Your Own Mic
Most festival sets are significantly longer than open mic sets - 30 to 60 minutes, in my experience. I work audio at festivals, and it's never a problem when a performer has their own mic. (Some singers eat the mic, and bring their own even though it's just an SM58 or similar; others have specific vocal mics they prefer.) But if a performer brought their own mic for an open mic, I'd tell them to leave it in their bag unless they had a very good reason for needing it.
Jan
16
comment What would be the a good tuning for an instrument with a limited amount of tones?
Voting to close. This question is a purely theoretical musing that's obviously not based on any real problem (by the author's oqn admission). The answers it's invited are pure speculation.