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(5 replies, posted in Electric)

Behringer makes good stuff for the price.  You could also get a chorus or echo and turn them way down...some of em model reverb nicely.

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(21 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

I have the worst ever, permanent case of writer's block. I'm an awful songwriter, not because my ideas are poor but because I immediately begin criticizing myself as soon as the first notes come out of my head. So generally, inspiration never hits me because songwriting is such a stressful process.

But I'm working on it!

joeyjoeyjoey wrote:
Baldguitardude wrote:

I always use Discount Tire. They are great. Have for years. And if you're trying to support Chordie advertisers, I'm pretty sure we just get ads from Google so no need to worry about that.

It has nothing to do with supporting a Chordie advertiser. They had a great deal for 17" tires on rims. With the pressure sensors included. I will look up Discount Tire.

Ohhhh hahaha

I always use Discount Tire. They are great. Have for years. And if you're trying to support Chordie advertisers, I'm pretty sure we just get ads from Google so no need to worry about that.

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(28 replies, posted in Recording)

neophytte wrote:
Baldguitardude wrote:

It's a pretty simple mixer.  Only has one out, not one out per Channel.

If you have FX send/receive on your mixer, you can set one channel (vocal) to "send" on FX1, and the other channel (guitar) to "send" on FX2, then use that as your stereo mix into the computer (or whatever) as left and right tracks, which gives you a rudimentary 2 channel mix .... you'll probably still get some crosstalk, but from your previous posts it sounds like that won't be too much of an issue for you.

HTH!

My mixer is super basic. I have none of that. But thank you very much for the ideas!


BGD

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(13 replies, posted in Guitars and accessories)

Great to hear from you after lurking for so long, and while it's certainly tragic about your diagnosis, I admire your decision to make the most of it, pass music to your kids and grandkids, and enjoy the time you have here - what better way to enjoy than with a Gibson!

All the best to you and yours.

I suggest Tom Petty.

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(2 replies, posted in Electric)

How could we?

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(5 replies, posted in Featured Song of the Month)

Wish i could participate more but I'm spending all my time getting a new band project together. Can't wait to see what everyone comes up with!

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(2 replies, posted in Guitars and accessories)

I can play 'em but I can't make 'em or repair 'em. Hopefully one of the gearheads on the forum sees this and gives you the help you're looking for. Good luck with your project!

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(7 replies, posted in Acoustic)

In popular music a 7 chord is assumed to be dominant. Natural 7ths will be indicated with “maj” or with a triangle before the 7.

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(24 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8huXkSaL7o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdpsfBsN_Dg

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(2 replies, posted in Guitars and accessories)

As late as possible

That voicing is just silly. why bother? Or play it in E7 barre chord form.

UK - Tupelo Honey, Van Morrison
US - Texas Flood.

Next time you should get the guitar and hold a Chordie raffle to benefit the charity of your choosing.  Or just mail me the guitar.

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(7 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

Peatle Jville wrote:

Bald G D that is an excellent video it gave me a good laugh. Put my head in the right space to face up to the pain of my phsyio work out this afternoon. Have you any others to share ????

Sadly I do not.  This one was posted to my fb wall today and so i had to share it with my friends here.

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(7 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

This one gave me a good laugh.

https://www.facebook.com/TheGuitArchive … nref=story

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(34 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

I am bald. i play guitar.

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(9 replies, posted in Electric)

I've found the Tug to be less needed with locking tuners. You?

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(12 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

joeyjoeyjoey wrote:

I have no Nylon Strings at all. Others going up. Ibanez acoustic electric. Danelectro electric 12 string.

Tell you what - go out and buy a few nylon strings and then you can sell them to me and Zurf in a few months.

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(12 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

I'm looking for a nylon string acoustic electric.

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(12 replies, posted in Chordie's Chat Corner)

More details

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(9 replies, posted in Electric)

I have locking tuners on one guitar and will eventually add them to all the others.  Game changer for string changes and also on stage string breaks. 

I just switched to DR strings for my electric and so far love them.

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(11 replies, posted in Music theory)

unclejoesband wrote:
Baldguitardude wrote:

I did this in my cover of ripple and it worked out pretty good for being a lazy cheat smile

Ripple is what made me look at the way I played the G.

Yeah you really need a finger for doubling the melody in Ripple.

Actually now that I look at my video, I played the roots with my pinkie and ring finger, the melody on my middle and I used the index to hammer on the c major chord as a fill. 

https://youtu.be/W5wYvGC9LJA