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9 Jan 2010
i live out in the sticks and i get shite bandwidth. it takes ages to load the videos. now im a patient guy i dont mind waiting... once. but if i leave the page and come back it has to reload it again >:( is there anyway round this? im using windows XP with IE

cheers guys
7 Jan 2010
hey guys, need some help and advice. Ive been playing a few years now, studied a bit of theory but am no expert, had extensive practice in technique and am quite advanced in that area. im in a metal band pretty hardcore (lamb of god, god forbid etc), but i struggle to write good solos and when i improvise i have a few good licks but then get lost and it all seems a bit repetative. I need some lesson suggestions to improve my improvisation, and lessons that will help combine my technical knowledge with my theory knowledge, and basically convert me from a good rythm player to an exceptional lead player. Any suggestions? To give you an idea of my playing ability i usually play along to level 6 / 7 lessons on this website.

Also, is there a good resource for backing tracks out there? most sites seem to have just blues, which is cool, but i dont 'feel' blues so im not so inspired when i play to it.

Any help would be appreciated, many thanks

Tony
26 May 2009
here's a quick technical question - whats the difference?

i read in my amp manual that running my amp on a 16ohm load puts more stress on my amp. is 16ohm louder than 8ohm or 4 ohm?

does the impediance affect the tone at all? by alot??

basic but i just dont know the answer.
19 May 2009
I play Ibanez and Jackson, and i still struggle to nail lead runs on the higher frets, the 17-24 sort of area. It could be the way im playing or it might be the guitar. I remember seeing a washburn N4 i think it was, which had a neck cutaway to help give better access to the top frets. are there any guitars that are specifically good for this sort of thing?
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