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post Aug 19 2007, 03:15 AM
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They do not go together. BOO!

Because I spend a fair aount of time at sea I needed a way to be able to access and learn new techniques without having to comit to lessons that I would not be able to attend.

GMC makes it easy to learn new stuff pretty quickly, and its CHEAP!. Ive only been signed up for 2 weeks and already, ive learnt things that I previously thought were beyond me. Gabriel and Kai (you hear it all the time, i know) but your lessons are phenominal and Andy the theory is outstanding! Now i know what a mode is LOL! Im sure the rest of the instructors at GMC are great as well, but like i said ive only been on for 2 weeks, Ill get there!

Thanks alot GMC, being able to browse the videos and see what can be acheived with a bit, (ahem! ALOT) of practice provides me with alot of motivation to progress my technique.
Now if I could just explain to my wife why I need a spare 5 hours a day, and that Les Paul at guitar world..................................................,

any lessons on that would be appreciated!! wink.gif

Thanks again guys and G'day from OZ!

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Ben Howell
post Aug 19 2007, 03:24 AM
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Lol nice title!

Glad your enjoying GMC, those guys do a great job in their lessons!

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Andrew Cockburn
post Aug 19 2007, 03:57 AM
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Welcome - you obviously have impeccable taste!


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post Aug 19 2007, 04:21 AM
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Welcome m8! It's great you found GMC! Wish you great progress in your playing! smile.gif


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post Aug 19 2007, 04:58 AM
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QUOTE (benhowell @ Aug 19 2007, 04:24 AM) *
Lol nice title!

haha yes! I'll call my band that! "Submarines and Guitars":D


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