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17 Apr 2014
Can some of the instructors record a video of them playing from behind so I can see their thumb position and movement as they play along and across the neck.

I think I've found the source of some of my left hand tension and it stems to my thumb.

I'll also do the same this weekend so you can critique and help.
10 Apr 2014
Do the ones in my head exist

Looking at non entry level price range, but not J Custom price range either (if I was looking at that price I'd spec out a Suhr)

1. 2 Humbucker RG shape in white, 5 way switch Floyd bridge (with a medium neck, nothing too skinny)

2 . HSH RG shape in bright green Floyd bridge (again a neck that isn't super skinny)
10 Apr 2014
I put Cirse and Days of Confusion in for a couple of the International Band categories and a Friend of a friend's band Evarose as best UK and UK newcomer Category (sorry Ben pretty girls win over long haired metal dudes, you understand)

Might not make a difference, Although Evarose are played and featured a bit with them so it probably will for them
10 Apr 2014
We're doing a set for a suicide awareness/support event called Darkness to Light in May, which is a 5k run at the break of dawn.

We'll be in a venue at the finish.

It's our intention to do this without any 'Christian Agenda' and just to do our part for the cause and support our community and
as we are a church band we don't have a whole lot of secular songs in our normal rotation,

Positive upbeat and up tempo songs, that will fit the theme and touch on hope etc probably not of the Metal genre!

so can you guys help with suggestions?
1 Apr 2014
It's strange I always found it hard to keep any discipline to practice saying I didn't have much free time. Yet I managed to get a 2nd job working from home 10 hours a week and always find the time to do that.

It makes me think that I should be able to find at least another 5-10 hours to do some proper concentrated and purposeful guitar practice
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