Sha clack, clack
Learning Rock Star
27 years old
My interests are of course guitar playing. Besides that I'm a Tottenham Hotspur fan through and through.
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19 Aug 2016
I was browsing a few threads on here, looking at some youtube videos and thought I'd subscribe to those I've seen. It's always nice with some subscribers So I'm just brainstorming a bit here.
How about we share our channels and subscribe to each other? Of course you're welcome to not do so if you don't want to, but I thought it would be a nice way to stay connected on youtube too
If I can keep editing this post, which I don't think I can, maybe we could make a list of the youtube-channel of people on here, so it's all in the first post (and the posts you decide to write as well).
Kristofer Dahl: https://www.youtube.com/KristoferDahl
EDIT: Just threw Todd's in there as well, bet he won't mind.
12 Aug 2016
Every other site works well with youtube embeds, but at GMC I only get a black screen with a hint of the "Y" in youtube. This happens in all browsers.
8 Aug 2016
Just wanted to share this little clip with you guys. I was talking to my friend about click language and found this youtube clip. I have no idea what they're saying, but we both ended up laughing a lot, cause they were laughing in the video. How great is that not? And how powerful can a smile and a laugh be? It's great
7 Aug 2016
So as some of you know, I've mentioned Jason Becker in a fair few of my posts recently, and this won't be an exception. I've seen some videos of him playing different classical pieces, such as 5th Caprice and 24th Caprice. Malmsteen I think has a few as well.
Not only that, but then I stumbled upon this video by Rick Graham, which I had seen before, but totally forgotten about:
...so I'm not that well versed in classical pieces. Not as much as I'd like to be. I guess you could say that all pieces can be adapted to electric guitar, but I'm sure there are some that are easier to adapt to electric guitar and play.
So I'm wondering if you guys could help me come up with a list of pieces that would sound nicely played on an electric guitar too. If that makes any sense whatsoever.
Here's a start:
Paganini - 5th Caprice
Paganini - 24th Caprice
Paganini - Moto Perpotuo
Bach - Partita in E (as above)
What else have we?
5 Aug 2016
I'm looking for a metronome that I can use on my computer, as I practice and play through the computer. I've been using Asparion Metronome, which I quite like, but I think it would be nice to have a metronome that has a timer as well. Don't know if this even exists or if I will have to have a timer-app as well running meanwhile
Anyone got any ideas if what I'm looking for exists?
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6 Aug 2016 - 16:06
Awesome playing in the big Collab Dude!!!
27 Dec 2013 - 19:49
Hey!! Happy birthday!
19 Jan 2011 - 15:34
Hey man happy birthday hope its a good one :)
19 Jan 2009 - 14:57
Happy Birthday Ben !
Enjoy and have fun today :)
19 Jan 2009 - 12:15
Sounds awesome :D And yes, pictures are mandatory!
So you're definetly back now then? Been empty around here :P
3 Nov 2008 - 19:51
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