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20 Oct 2014

I've been playing in this covers band for a while now, and the other guitarist made some recordings on his handheld Zoom H2N at one of our gigs, I thought I'd share it!

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I think overall the recordings not too bad considering it was just a portable recorder that was used.

The solos are improvised, so they get a bit ropey at times. I thought it was a really bad gig when we played it, but a week later when I got around to listening to the recording I'd forgotten where all the mistakes where so the playing sounds better than I remember it doing!

21 Jun 2014
I'm going to the Vai academy with a friend next week, anyone else here attending?

Excited to spend a week playing guitar with all the other people!

Edit: here's a link www.vaiacademy.com
6 Mar 2014

I'm visiting San Francisco in another week or so, just wondering if anyone here is a local and knows of any really good guitar shops in the city that are worth checking out?

It's my first visit to the US of A, I've been told before that guitar shops over there are a lot bigger and more awesome than the ones we typically have in the UK, so I'm looking forward to taking a look.

15 Mar 2013
Hi guys,

I'm practicing figure 2:8 on this page;


I can't decide whether that should be done full alternate (except for the 2 power chords at the start) or switching back to a downstroke for each group of 1/8th + 2 16/ths. It sounds better and more metal without sticking to alternate picking, but I guess that will limit the speed of it?

I suppose an answer might be to learn both ways. Thoughts?
26 Nov 2012
Hi guys,

I'm wanting to get into sheet reading (reading musical notation). I know *how* to read sheet music (I can identify the key signiture, time signiture and what notes are what - the pitch and the rhythmic value), however I can't read it and play it if you know what I mean, I can't sight-read/play.

What I need it a book which is just loads of sheet music that I can play on guitar, at varying degrees of difficulty (starting easy and getting harder), preferably with recorded examples too so I can check how accurate I am against someone who can actually do it.

Does anyone know of such a book/resource? I found a few books of just like bach pieces and the like but I kinda need something a bit easier to start off with.

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