Elhombre's Axe Laboratory
Nope didn't think so either. We all know parents don't get this.
I can show you how to be the virtuoso your folks could only dream about, but I first need your help:
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Elhombre's Axe Laboratory
Feb 27 2012, 05:10 PM
Group: GMC Instructor
Joined: 14-June 10
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....aaaaaaand here we are Please tell me a bit about what you'd like to improve or learn and about what else besides our common favorite - Marco Sfogli, you like?
all the best
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Feb 28 2012, 01:53 PM
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Joined: 25-December 11
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I will learn it when I got home, tried to play it yesterday looks good
I played classical guitar which involves reading notes, and knowing the names of the notes.
I played tones of scales on this "examination boards". These tests involved getting a song, on paper, with notes not knowing it, and you had 1 minute to look in through then play it I also went through this one:
I was about 10-11 then was pushed kina hard then quit. Now I have picked up the electrical (2 years ago) and I have forgotten much of the theory.
I still know the basic chords but need to learn more chords and progressions as you said.
Basic scales: A minor + C major has all the notes named A,B,C,D,E,F,G
F major + D minor has all the notes named A,A#,C,D,E,F,G
I suppose I could re learn all the boxes but I want to see the whole picture more than just knowing the patterns of the boxes.
This post has been edited by ElHombre: Feb 28 2012, 01:56 PM
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