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3 Jun 2020
For some reason about a year or so ago I decided to learn to do the Rubiks cube, since then my collection has grown to having a
2x2, 3x3 and 3x3 bluetooth, 4x4, 5x5,6x6 and 7x7.

I'm not fast but I find it very calming almost like a mindfulness exercise.

Luckily there is a great cube store in the UK with a great customer service and range of cubes in stock. And like this forum the cubing community is friendly and helpful
3 Jun 2020
Does anyone else's brain get fried with sequences that are similar but slightly different?

I started back again (I tried it a few years ago) with https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...inger-work-out/

It seems fairly straight forward except I'm struggling one not picking the whole thing and having the little hammer on and the different sequencing on the way down.

As usual i guess it's a case of slow it down and get it under the fingers in chunks and then stitching it together.
1 May 2020
There is such a benefit to playing a different instrument that helps you come up with things you'd never do on guitar.

I can play a little piano, enough to get myself in trouble

So I was mucking about with the same old diatonic progressions that most pop music ballads use in A, when I hit an F in the bass, and as luck would have it, it sounded good.
So I fooled around with the right hand to see how it fitted in there and also worked out the notes of the full chord.

It turns out it was a C#7 in the 1st inversion and it sounds really good going from a F#m to a D or D to F#m rather than the normal E chord.

Something I wouldn't have discovered by accident on guitar.

So have a play putting the IIIM7 1st inversion in your progressions that normally go from vi V IV or IV V vi

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