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post Nov 11 2007, 06:03 PM
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Welcome to GuitarMasterclass.net Thomas!! You have made a really great introduction, and I hope very much to get to know you better.

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post Nov 11 2007, 06:39 PM
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Welcome to GMC! I hope you find what you're looking for in guitar, and if so, this is the right place to be! See you around.
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post Nov 11 2007, 07:11 PM
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QUOTE (VinceG @ Nov 11 2007, 05:15 PM) *
An Alexi guitar for a first timer... the only question is can you handle it?


I think i will handle it.
I am a guy who learns pretty fast and always gets with his head through the walls which are in way...
Just kidding... tongue.gif tongue.gif laugh.gif

I´ve tried out some Stratocaster models and I must say that the fat body of them made me turn to the Alexi 200 BK; a friend of me (his Name is Miika, and he´s making music for 19 years now) hast told me that is the right equip for me to get a rightly quick start, because he knows my speed of learning when I want something real hard from the bottom of my heart.

I WILL HANDLE IT - If not - I will eat it... rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif tongue.gif
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post Nov 11 2007, 10:43 PM
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Moin Thomas, viel Spaß hier smile.gif

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post Nov 11 2007, 11:16 PM
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Hi Thomas! Welcome to GMC! You'll find great rock lessons and friends here! smile.gif

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post Nov 12 2007, 12:00 PM
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QUOTE (Grimjoura @ Nov 11 2007, 11:11 PM) *
I think i will handle it.
I am a guy who learns pretty fast and always gets with his head through the walls which are in way...
Just kidding... tongue.gif tongue.gif laugh.gif

I´ve tried out some Stratocaster models and I must say that the fat body of them made me turn to the Alexi 200 BK; a friend of me (his Name is Miika, and he´s making music for 19 years now) hast told me that is the right equip for me to get a rightly quick start, because he knows my speed of learning when I want something real hard from the bottom of my heart.

I WILL HANDLE IT - If not - I will eat it... rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif tongue.gif


Thats great to hear man. Hope to hear your progress in the near future. Don't be afraid to post up some guitar works, we always have positive criticisms and if not then they are getting pwned


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post Nov 12 2007, 09:09 PM
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Welcome, your girl seems great, encouraging your rock'n roll dream!


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post Nov 12 2007, 09:14 PM
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Hi Thomas,

welcome on GMC. smile.gif

Und natürlich herzliche Grüße nach Dresden, hatte das 1. Halbjahr dort zu tun, wirklich ne tolle Stadt und Tante Ju kennste denn wahrscheinlich sowieso. Hatte dort ein paar tolle Erlebnisse.

Viel Spaß beim Üben und der Verwirklichung deines Traums. Ich selbst hätte mir so eine Plattform als 14 Jähriger gewünscht. Nun habe ich im August dieses Jahres mit 44 wieder angefangen zu spielen. wink.gif

Hoffe wir hören mal voneinander.
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post Nov 12 2007, 09:55 PM
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Hi again to everybody here in GMC and many thanks for this friendly welcome messages.

Yesterday i´ve worked on the beginner´s power chords for about 5 1/2 hours and pwnd the ears of my neighbours a lot ( happy.gif tongue.gif cool.gif ) then i turned around and nearly drop down by laughing seeing my dog sleeping in my casket case for my guitar.

Well, I think you would be laughing too if you are rocking hard through your lessons and see this:




After a while i could stop laughing and was playing on...

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post Nov 13 2007, 01:55 AM
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QUOTE (Grimjoura @ Nov 11 2007, 03:46 AM) *
My name is Thomas, I am 37 years old.

Hi Thomas and welcome to GMC. I'm Peter, 44 years old, and I have tryed to loose everything too. Started playing guitar 1 month ago and thanks to GMC my "beginners poweraccord-playing" are already impressing my girlfriend biggrin.gif hehe ...


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post Nov 13 2007, 10:05 PM
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Herzlich willkomme hier und viel spaß, Thomas. (that's about the best I can do in German wink.gif)

I love the pictures, and your dogs. Espcially the black one. Such beautiful shiny fur.

The beginners lessons are great. I took the beginner exercises, the power chords and the pletonic scales. I was amazed how quickly things connected in my head after just trying the Am and Em scales. I never could phatom how they played all those wonderful solo's perfectly in tune - now I know!

Even my man is impressed with what I've learned in less than a week, in fact I completely blew him away playing for him on the webcam. At first he thought I was just pulling his leg by simply pretending to along the backtrack, until I stopped playing haha. (he even recognized the hammer-ons and pull-offs!)



I'm just so shocked myself with how things start to develop for me. Well what can I say, guitarmasterclass is the best musical experience that ever happened to me.

ps.: I'm 39 and still not too old to rock, and rock hard.

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post Nov 14 2007, 12:23 AM
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QUOTE (Francisca @ Nov 13 2007, 10:05 PM) *
ps.: I'm 39 and still not too old to rock, and rock hard.


You are never too old to learn something.

And this doesn´t only count on the guitar lessons.

My father is now 75 years old and he´s now learning english !

Ps: The black dog is the dog of my neighbour, i have this little one every day when he´s at work. It´s a Pitbull-Jack Russel-Mix and is called Bullet.

My dog (the white one) is a Golden Retriever-Kuvaz-Mix and is called Laika.

Pps: Go on and play for your friend online with the webcam, I am surprised too how fast I learn the lessons and get my first sucsess...

Ppps: This is Stella, my youngest dog:
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post Nov 14 2007, 12:26 AM
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Welcome to GMC man. smile.gif
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post Nov 14 2007, 12:41 AM
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QUOTE (Grimjoura @ Nov 14 2007, 12:23 AM) *
You are never too old to learn something.

And this doesn´t only count on the guitar lessons.

My father is now 75 years old and he´s now learning english !


Exactly my sentiment. It will take us perhaps a little longer (depending on our natural talent to grasp whatever we try to learn), but hopefully we'll be able to counter that with having more patience than we used to have in our "so called younger days".


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Ps: The black dog is the dog of my neighbour, i have this little one every day when he´s at work. It´s a Pitbull-Jack Russel-Mix and is called Bullet.


Thought I saw a pitbull in it. I've owned several of them myself, but they were all registered as either boxer/pit or stafford. I didn't want to put the poor dog through nuzzle torment for the rest of their natural lives. All of them were the sweetest and bravest dogs I've ever owned.

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Ppps: This is Stella, my youngest dog:


Aww that's just so cute! Wonderful picture. Dogs are such wonderful companions. I stopped owning dogs because it was too painful to say goodbye each time. Though, for the most part of my live we had dogs around us. My mom still owns dogs.

Anyway, back to practice (just took a short break to give my hands a rest)
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post Nov 14 2007, 06:09 AM
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post Nov 14 2007, 06:11 AM
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