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24 years old
Gloucestershire, UK
Born Jan-24-1997
Guitar, surprise surprise!

Listening to as much music as humanly possible, various sports.
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23 Mar 2012

..What are your thoughts? I think there is a lot of truth in this...
11 Mar 2012
Hey all, just wanted to ask for your advice:

A few weeks ago I bought a set of D'addardio 11's. I was using 10's before that, so it was a slight change i had to get used to, but that was fine after a couple of days.

However, only about a week ago, the high E came out of the locking tuners, when I was tuning back up from I think Drop C to standard.. I didn't actually break, but just come out of the locking tuners, but I had left virtually no 'extra' length of string out of the tuning peg, I had snipped it all off, so it was pretty much impossible to get it back into the tuning peg.

So, since I had only had these strings a couple weeks, I just bought another single E string, 11 gauge just like before. Well it's been on for about another week or so now, but just now, I had tuned down to Drop C and was just jamming around but with a bend on the 12th Fret the E string came out again, except this time, it snapped at the locking tuners, so the extra length of string I had left at the end of the tuning peg was still there, but the rest of the string was completely separate, and had come out of the tuning peg. sad.gif I'm just wondering, any advice you can give on how to keep these strings from breaking..? I mean it's not like they're 8's or anything, they're 11's..

I can guess that chances are it's from tuning between Standard and Drop C, but I don't really see a way to avoid this.. unsure.gif
1 Mar 2012
My Youtube account, FrontlineGuitar, has just been monetized! biggrin.gif Basically, for every time someone clicks on an advert in my video, I get paid a very very small amount cool.gif I won't make very much at all, but still it's good to have an extra couple of pounds every month haha wink.gif It's only really if you get a very popular video that you start to make a pretty noticeable sum, which makes me wonder how much all the big Youtubers are making for every video they put up, getting millions of views laugh.gif

So guys, what are your thoughts on the whole advertising program on YouTube?

I can guess a good number of you may have become monetized, or been made a partner at some point as well. I haven't been made a partner and got all the cool little features that come with it, like a custom thumbnail for each video, or a custom subscribe button, but still, it's a pretty big step for me smile.gif

14 Feb 2012
Original lesson: Metal Metrics 5 by Cosmin Lupu

Just thought I would try this lesson out...

14 Feb 2012
Original lesson: Guthrie Govan Style Arpeggios by Cosmin Lupu

Here's my take Cosmin! :)

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