#1
See topic ^
Guitar/bass/mandolin stuff:
PRS SE Custom 24
PRS SE Paul Allender
Martin DCX1E
Squire Start
Memphis Bass
Johnson Savannah mando

Amp/effects/misc:
Digitech RP1000
Line 6 Spider Valve 212
Toneport Studio KB37


check out my last.fm!
#4
Nah man you can easily make the noise with your tongue, slapping from the top of your mouth to the bottom, kind of like snapping you're fingers.


Just kidding, yes get one.
#5
Quote by genghisgandhi

way better than freemetronome.. thanks~ saved me $
Guitar/bass/mandolin stuff:
PRS SE Custom 24
PRS SE Paul Allender
Martin DCX1E
Squire Start
Memphis Bass
Johnson Savannah mando

Amp/effects/misc:
Digitech RP1000
Line 6 Spider Valve 212
Toneport Studio KB37


check out my last.fm!
#6
metr0nomes are always worth buying. But getting a free one online or using a program such as guitar pro, are not bad choices aswell.
#7
Personally, I think a good metronome and a good tuner should always be your first pedal/accessory purchases.
#8
Quote by genghisgandhi


Nice! I use http://www.metronomeonline.com/ It has a pretty interface and better metronome noise in my opinion. It also provides an option for a 440 hz tone. However, it lacks an accenting feature.
You get out of your instrument what you put into it.