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post Feb 12 2008, 01:08 PM
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Heee Kris,
First of all i like this site very much.Till now it has helped me to boost my guitar skills.
I found a site on the internet where everyone can practice scales in a nice way.You can also improve your licks.

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Its just a great site to improve skills.

Since your from Sweden id like to know if its possible to do some John Norum or Yngwie Malmsteen lessons.
Or some Tom Scholz (the man behind the great Boston licks)

Kee keep on rocking in tha free world....

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post Feb 15 2008, 07:28 PM
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Hehe I get the hint, stay tuned! wink.gif laugh.gif

As for Yngwie we have got so many cool lessons, just search for "Yngwie" or "neoclassical" in the search! biggrin.gif

I am not too familiar with John - but I sure would be interested in such lessons as well. smile.gif

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