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derper
post Mar 14 2012, 08:56 PM
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GMC rocks. I love it. I've been here since November, and in the last few days I JUST discovered the Wiki, the "GMC Grimoire" and also the "Theory" section of the forums and wiki.


GMC is very user friendly, and easy to navigate (thanks Kris and Bogdan!), but it's still quite vast....and it can take a while to soak it all in.




I was hoping that some of you might share your favorite parts of GMC!! Is there a dark corner of a thread or forum that I haven't found yet?


So far, I generally watch the "Practice Room" forum for new/old topics. I also watch for new collabs, and lessons, as well as browsing old lessons. What's your routine?


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thefireball
post Mar 14 2012, 09:34 PM
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Ever heard of the GMC Community videos?
Visited the GMC Museum?
Freelicks.net is still on the web. biggrin.gif
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Guitar1969
post Mar 15 2012, 12:04 AM
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Lesson Plans, Practice Agenda, Lick of the Day Archives. There's a lot of stuff hidden and a bit hard to find, but its out there. Wish there was a Backing Track master list page, that had all the BT sorted, by style/key etc, insead of only to be found in each lesson, as many can be used in practicing other than that specific lesson


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Todd Simpson
post Mar 15 2012, 01:58 AM
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Hmm. Fav part of the wiki...... MY LESSONS! smile.gif

Fran has put every lesson I"ve ever done since #1 (we just completed #100) in the wiki and make it easier to read the the forum and formatted it nicely and it just rawks! I"m going to make video examples for each lesson. Here is the short link.

http://bit.ly/twtgmc

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derper
post Mar 16 2012, 08:15 PM
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I think the "newer users", such as myself, are missing out on the Wiki content! The "new" forum format doesn't quite showcase some of the wiki-awesomess of which it contains. Obviously, GMC has switched gears a bit, and isn't updating or "pushing" the wiki portion....but there are some real gems in there!! I encourage all users to spent a little time in the wiki, now and again!



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