Guitar player since 1987. Studied at Musicians` Institute. Worked as guitar/music teacher since 1991.
Since joining AllExperts I have been getting rated with 9's and 10's from most of the people I've answered questions from, so I guess that I must be doing something right. Not all that many people can be wrong. Questions about theory, technique, equipment, players, history, etc. welcome - just about anything in fact. The only things I prefer not to answer are requests for transcriptions, or equipment assessments/valuations.
Studied at Musicians` Institute.
|amanda||03/31/17||10||10||10||Thank you Dave! A video would be .....|
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Hello again, Good to hear that you've found a direction, and are making some progress. So far as the notes in those two scales are concerned, you're correct. However, rather than just say "yes"
Hi Frank. All of the elements in your signal path work as independent units, but they what they output is influenced by what is put into them. If you want a really good example of this, put a phaser
Hello, That's a great question - one of the best I've had for a while. Unfortunately it needs a fairly long and involved answer. If you don't mind, rather than answer it here with reams of text, I'll
Hi Bobby, It's hard to say without seeing the case. A generic hard case should be fine for a guitar like yours, providing that it's deep enough to accommodate the fact that the guitar's headstock is
Hi Brian, Take a look at... https://youtu.be/C0qd-RmLN2w Regards, Dave
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