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John Crow
post May 29 2007, 12:07 AM
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Hello everyone,

i'd like to say few words about me:) as u can guess i'm from poland. I've started play guitar about six years ago, and dreamed to be an amazing guitarist. But things went different way I hadn't had to much time for playing and when I was playing I didn't put too much attention on it. Now I have gathered my strengh, 've been keeping myself tide and practice few hours a day. I do make progress, but still need really good mentor. And that's why i've chosen GMC.

Why do i applied to GMC?? Becouse it's the best solution for someone who wants to learn at home how to play guitar correctly. I was checking a lot of online lessons, but everything was just a pile of... you know what laugh.gif

BTW way I'm going to enroll to the Guitar-X this or next year so if anyone is from london or by the chance attends to that school i'll be glad for any info wink.gif I believe that GMC is able to prepare me sufficiently.

At myspace.com/betterbequiet you can listen to my recordings - it was recorded few months ago:)

I hope I find a lot of friends here, exchange experience and what's the most important have a good time being here with ya. Cheers

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post May 29 2007, 04:26 AM
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QUOTE (John Crow @ May 28 2007, 08:07 PM) *
Hello everyone,

i'd like to say few words about me:) as u can guess i'm from poland. I've started play guitar about six years ago, and dreamed to be an amazing guitarist. But things went different way I hadn't had to much time for playing and when I was playing I didn't put too much attention on it. Now I have gathered my strengh, 've been keeping myself tide and practice few hours a day. I do make progress, but still need really good mentor. And that's why i've chosen GMC.

Why do i applied to GMC?? Becouse it's the best solution for someone who wants to learn at home how to play guitar correctly. I was checking a lot of online lessons, but everything was just a pile of... you know what laugh.gif

BTW way I'm going to enroll to the Guitar-X this or next year so if anyone is from london or by the chance attends to that school i'll be glad for any info wink.gif I believe that GMC is able to prepare me sufficiently.

At myspace.com/betterbequiet you can listen to my recordings - it was recorded few months ago:)

I hope I find a lot of friends here, exchange experience and what's the most important have a good time being here with ya. Cheers

PS. forgive me my language tongue.gif



Hi John!! Here Gabriel from Argentina. Welcome to GMC. You will find great lessons here in GMC and I'm sure that you'l improve you playing!
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post May 29 2007, 04:39 AM
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post May 29 2007, 05:20 AM
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Hello, my name is the Fenderman, i am from southern california, or i should say i am now from S. california, i am new to this site but looking forward to learning more!

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Hello everyone,

i'd like to say few words about me:) as u can guess i'm from poland. I've started play guitar about six years ago, and dreamed to be an amazing guitarist. But things went different way I hadn't had to much time for playing and when I was playing I didn't put too much attention on it. Now I have gathered my strengh, 've been keeping myself tide and practice few hours a day. I do make progress, but still need really good mentor. And that's why i've chosen GMC.

Why do i applied to GMC?? Becouse it's the best solution for someone who wants to learn at home how to play guitar correctly. I was checking a lot of online lessons, but everything was just a pile of... you know what laugh.gif

BTW way I'm going to enroll to the Guitar-X this or next year so if anyone is from london or by the chance attends to that school i'll be glad for any info wink.gif I believe that GMC is able to prepare me sufficiently.

At myspace.com/betterbequiet you can listen to my recordings - it was recorded few months ago:)

I hope I find a lot of friends here, exchange experience and what's the most important have a good time being here with ya. Cheers

PS. forgive me my language tongue.gif
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post May 29 2007, 06:59 AM
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thx for feedback smile.gif I'm mostly interested in rock, hard rock, inde, alternative music. To my favourite bands belongs among the others TooL, APC, John Petrucci, Drem Theater, Black Light Burns, Qotsa, Red Sparowes, a little of nuMetal, etc... I could name forever tongue.gif

I want to improve these styles, and learn how to play blues, jazz, and a bit o funky smile.gif

Hey Gabriel, before I subscribed an account here I traced that site very often and have to admit that your lessons are top ranked on my lessons list. And BTW i like your side project (DFX) a lot. And i'm planning do your basic blues lesson today.

BTW plp. My real name is Przemyslaw (Przemo in shortcut [eng. closest pronounciation: Pshemo] cool.gif ) JohnCrow's my nick name just to make your life easier laugh.gif

cya later after work


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post May 29 2007, 07:30 AM
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post May 29 2007, 04:02 PM
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Hi Przemo smile.gif
Welcome to GMC. I´m sure that you will be satisfied. smile.gif
So, you come from Poland? Czesc. Jak sie masz? Ja tez jestem polakiem ale nie mieszkam tam. W domu codziennie mowiem po polsku, ale pisac po polsku mnie nikt nienauczyl. Czyli przepraszam za bledy ortogrficzne. tongue.gif

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post May 29 2007, 05:00 PM
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Milo Cie poznac Tolek i dobrze wiedziec ze sa tu polacy wink.gif Where u come from btw if u dont live in Poland?
I tak ladnie piszesz po polsku nie masz czego sie wstydzic, moj ang jest zdecydowanie gorszy od Twojego pl rolleyes.gif . Dlugo jestes czlonkiem GMC, jak Ci sie do tej pory podoba? Poki co jestem bardzo zadowolony z GMC. od okolo 2 tygodni przegladalem zielone(darmowe) lekcje, az wkoncu postanowilem stac sie w pelni legalnym czlonkiem tej spolecznosci cool.gif . [* I hope we won't be ban becouse we wrote few sentences in polish smile.gif *]

JOhn - Guitar-X is a guitar tech school based in London. I'm going to enroll there and do master degree. I hope I make it, but for now there is a lot of work ahead.

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post May 29 2007, 06:16 PM
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Dzieki za komplement. biggrin.gif Mieszkam w Luksemburgu od 8 laty i urodzilem sie w Niemczech. A gdzie ty mieszkasz? Mam kuzyna w Warszawie, nazywa sie Fryderyk Pucko. Moze go znasz... . smile.gif Zameldowalem sie tu 23 marca i nauczylem sie sporo rzeczy. Przedtem ja tak samo robilem jak ty; tez kozystalem z darmowych lekci. biggrin.gif Ja jestem narazie zadowolony z GMC, ale niektóre lekcie sa troche lekkie albo nudne, ale tylko malo z nich. tongue.gif

Jezeli masz ochote zawliazac blisszy kontakt, to moge ci przeslac daty przez PM.


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post May 30 2007, 04:10 AM
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QUOTE (John Crow @ May 28 2007, 04:07 PM) *
Hello everyone,

i'd like to say few words about me:) as u can guess i'm from poland. I've started play guitar about six years ago, and dreamed to be an amazing guitarist. But things went different way I hadn't had to much time for playing and when I was playing I didn't put too much attention on it. Now I have gathered my strengh, 've been keeping myself tide and practice few hours a day. I do make progress, but still need really good mentor. And that's why i've chosen GMC.

Why do i applied to GMC?? Becouse it's the best solution for someone who wants to learn at home how to play guitar correctly. I was checking a lot of online lessons, but everything was just a pile of... you know what laugh.gif

BTW way I'm going to enroll to the Guitar-X this or next year so if anyone is from london or by the chance attends to that school i'll be glad for any info wink.gif I believe that GMC is able to prepare me sufficiently.

At myspace.com/betterbequiet you can listen to my recordings - it was recorded few months ago:)

I hope I find a lot of friends here, exchange experience and what's the most important have a good time being here with ya. Cheers

PS. forgive me my language tongue.gif
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post May 30 2007, 04:51 AM
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Yet another "newb" (new, I think) joining this very cool site.

I'll go LIST style:

Things site could improve: Searches. There should be a definitive list, perhaps catagorized like this -

I. BEGINNERS -

a. Fundamentals - How to hold, pick, posture, etc.
b. Exercises & Drills
c. Basic Rhythm Methods, Styles & Techniques
d. Solo (Improvisation) Methods, Styles & Techniques
e. Jam, Play along, Create, etc.

Then In INTERMEDIATES -

I don't know because I'm a beginner hack with chop-shop jalopie fender copy made of something super heavy like ironwood -- I'm not kidding, maybe dark oak, either of which are terriblr woods to use for guitars - who's just jammed around a little with people on the beach or in garages, can jam (slog) thru an impromptu jam session, but thats about it, and have decided to actually learn how to play more formally I guess you'd say

Favorite Players - Michael Schenker, Akira Takasaki, (this guy's unreal if you haven't heard him, he's the guitarist in LOUDNESS, blows Eddie VH away although playing guitar is not a contest), Ulrich (Uli Von) Roth, Neil Gerardo, Blackmlore's solo's, Lyndsay Buckingham and Mark Laughter (sp?) are pretty good, Larry Carlton, that huy who played lead for Toto in Hold The Line, and the guy in the Knack, believe it or not. Listen to the long version of "My Sherona", the guy's got chops!!!!

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Yet another "newb" (new, I think) joining this very cool site.

I'll go LIST style:

Things site could improve: Searches. There should be a definitive list, perhaps catagorized like this -

I. BEGINNERS -

a. Fundamentals - How to hold, pick, posture, etc.
b. Exercises & Drills
c. Basic Rhythm Methods, Styles & Techniques
d. Solo (Improvisation) Methods, Styles & Techniques
e. Jam, Play along, Create, etc.

Then In INTERMEDIATES -

I don't know because I'm a beginner hack with chop-shop jalopie fender copy made of something super heavy like ironwood -- I'm not kidding, maybe dark oak, either of which are terriblr woods to use for guitars - who's just jammed around a little with people on the beach or in garages, can jam (slog) thru an impromptu jam session, but thats about it, and have decided to actually learn how to play more formally I guess you'd say

Favorite Players - Michael Schenker, Akira Takasaki, (this guy's unreal if you haven't heard him, he's the guitarist in LOUDNESS, blows Eddie VH away although playing guitar is not a contest), Ulrich (Uli Von) Roth, Neil Gerardo, Blackmlore's solo's, Lyndsay Buckingham and Mark Laughter (sp?) are pretty good, Larry Carlton, that guy who played lead for Toto in Hold The Line, and the guy in the Knack, believe it or not. Listen to the long version of "My Sherona", the guy's got chops!!!!

thanx, regards,
russell mellow.gif b mellow.gif
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post May 30 2007, 11:24 AM
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QUOTE (michael schenker @ May 30 2007, 05:51 AM) *
Yet another "newb" (new, I think) joining this very cool site.

I'll go LIST style:

Things site could improve: Searches. There should be a definitive list, perhaps catagorized like this -

[....]

thanx, regards,
russell mellow.gif b mellow.gif


Hi Russell, and welcome to the site! smile.gif

Actually, some great search-related stuff is coming up and will hopefully star arriving during the later part of the summer. Kris and I had a brainstorming and planning session yesterday and I now have a whiteboard full of plans for the site! This mainly concerns search and navigation to make the site easier to use even as the material grows, and also some really cool stuff to guide you when it comes to which order lessons should be taken and so on.

So stay tuned,
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Edit: When I say great, I mean that there's some REALLY great, mind-blowing stuff coming up!


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