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answered Guitar Amplifier (Head versus Combo versus None)
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comment Is it really necessary to have your thumb on the back of the guitar neck?
Sometimes, it's considered polite to hold off on accepting an answer until at least 24 hours after you ask a question. No judgement, and Matt's answer is decidedly fine. But this community lives across a lot of time zones and as a matter of courtesy, the lifespan of an un-accepted question should accommodate them all.
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comment Recycling guitar strings
@Matt - and if he was only interested in recycling metal, why bother asking here? Why not just collect them and send or bring them to any metal recycling establishment? I think that the tacit intention was to reuse them as guitar strings, regardless of the use of the word "recycling."
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comment Guitar tutoring software that listens to your playing?
@Eric Anastas - I have no idea how well it works at all, I've never used this one. But I can tell you that any software is going to have an easier time discerning single notes than chords anyhow!
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comment Guitar tutoring software that listens to your playing?
@skystar - Right. The software can only tell you if you missed a note, not if you've got soul. But "you missed that note" is a form of critique, which is what the question asks for. Obviously no program that listens through a mic can deal with an out of tune guitar - but your tutor won't put up with that either!
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answered Guitar tutoring software that listens to your playing?
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comment Guitar tutoring software that listens to your playing?
@Eric Anastas - Well - that's not impossible, either. You can get a soundhole pickup for practically any guitar. If you're doing classical, that means nylon strings, and that means no magnetic pickups.
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