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    Finally got sometime to take a few pictures of my live rig and few of my extra amps, and my main guitars. Sorry about the crappy cellphone pics on the first two.

    http://imageshack.com/a/img845/2804/w539.jpg
    Fender Deville 4 x 10, my main tube amp 60 watts and way to loud for it's own good but I still love it.
    http://imageshack.com/a/img12/7766/slx8.jpg
    My other amps, the Marshall and the Fender are solid state. The Blackstar is a newer tube amp got that can switch between a Fender sound and a Marshall sound which is a neat little feature.
    http://imageshack.com/a/img843/7199/ynhz.jpg
    This is the pedal board I use live, I have quite a few more but for live usage it's nice to have everything I need on one small convenient board that's easy to transport
    http://imageshack.com/a/img32/7664/5tm1.jpg
    And here are my most used guitars, G&L, Burny, two Fenders, and an Ibanez acoustic.

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    Sweet lots of educated musicians! That's so awesome, the crowd on this site is definitely getting older.

    I've played guitar for 24 years. I have a degree from the University of North Texas in music theory. I mostly write on piano though, unless it's for guitar. I play a lot of both. I play various other instruments to some degree, I won't list them all Maybe I'll mention violin though.

    I was fortunate enough to work on Funimation's first big anime, DBZ back in 1999/2000.

    Here's something that show's off bass, guitar, and violin:
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    Quote Originally Posted by cRookie_Monster View Post
    Sweet lots of educated musicians! That's so awesome, the crowd on this site is definitely getting older.

    I've played guitar for 24 years. I have a degree from the University of North Texas in music theory. I mostly write on piano though, unless it's for guitar. I play a lot of both. I play various other instruments to some degree, I won't list them all Maybe I'll mention violin though.

    I was fortunate enough to work on Funimation's first big anime, DBZ back in 1999/2000.

    Here's something that show's off bass, guitar, and violin:
    Nicely done, I'm never did get into the Dragonballz franchise, but the music is sounding great; you have a pretty good mix there and I particularly liked how you maintained the integrity of the melody during the violin solo. That's a pretty neat violin by the way.



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    I used to play the guitar and also the piano. I was horrible at both. Playing an instrument is really hard. I got a lot of respect for people who can play instruments.


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    I play a little bit of guitar, but I think the instrument I play the best is my voice. I love singing, and wish I could sing in a band one day. I just know I probably will never be able to do this.


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    I recently picked up guitar via Rocksmith 2014 not long ago, so naturally I'm still terrible. I know a few chords, including the standard version for most of the Major chords (but that doesn't mean I can play them), and a few others. Power chords are what I've been trying to work on most lately, since I can't seem to easily get that shape without a lot of buzz, especially near the headstock.

    Just gonna be something I'll have to work on, in addition to everything else that goes along with learning an instrument.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell2112 View Post
    Finally got sometime to take a few pictures of my live rig and few of my extra amps, and my main guitars. Sorry about the crappy cellphone pics on the first two.

    http://imageshack.com/a/img845/2804/w539.jpg
    Fender Deville 4 x 10, my main tube amp 60 watts and way to loud for it's own good but I still love it.
    http://imageshack.com/a/img12/7766/slx8.jpg
    My other amps, the Marshall and the Fender are solid state. The Blackstar is a newer tube amp got that can switch between a Fender sound and a Marshall sound which is a neat little feature.
    http://imageshack.com/a/img843/7199/ynhz.jpg
    This is the pedal board I use live, I have quite a few more but for live usage it's nice to have everything I need on one small convenient board that's easy to transport
    http://imageshack.com/a/img32/7664/5tm1.jpg
    And here are my most used guitars, G&L, Burny, two Fenders, and an Ibanez acoustic.
    I didn't comment on this earlier, but sweet collection, very nice.


    Quote Originally Posted by EyeOfPain View Post
    I recently picked up guitar via Rocksmith 2014 not long ago, so naturally I'm still terrible. I know a few chords, including the standard version for most of the Major chords (but that doesn't mean I can play them), and a few others. Power chords are what I've been trying to work on most lately, since I can't seem to easily get that shape without a lot of buzz, especially near the headstock.

    Just gonna be something I'll have to work on, in addition to everything else that goes along with learning an instrument.
    If you know how to read tab you can try learning some rock songs as well, songs like Ironman for example, don't worry if you don't get it perfect; just get the sounds and muscle memory into your fingers down at first, then put the rhythm to it; which is what defines the character of song. Do you have a metronome?

    I still encourage you to continue with learning a variety of chords along with some spider exercises.



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    Quote Originally Posted by neonwalrus View Post
    If you know how to read tab you can try learning some rock songs as well, songs like Ironman for example, don't worry if you don't get it perfect; just get the sounds and muscle memory into your fingers down at first, then put the rhythm to it; which is what defines the character of song. Do you have a metronome?

    I still encourage you to continue with learning a variety of chords along with some spider exercises.
    I can read basic tabs, but I don't know all the symbols for bends, hammer-ons and such. There's a metronome in my tuner, but I'm not sure how much help that would be.

    I may look into spider exercises, as reach is one of my bigger problems I need to work on.
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