#1
Here's the fifth issue of UG Amplified, the community webzine. It’s written and produced entirely by UGers recruited from the forums, and can showcase the extensive creative and intellectual prowess of ordinary users.

Anyone can write for Amplified - just sign up here.


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Issue 01
Issue 02
Issue 03
Issue 04


Issue 06 will be published on 1st October!
#2
Awesome! Been waiting for this
And I want to thank my fellow Amplified writers for doing a good job!
#3
The PDF won't load for me..... is it just my crappy internet?

EDIT: Got it via the mirror.
I'm looking for feedback on my short story please! Just leave a comment on my profile. If I get an overly positive response I'll continue it in the next issue.
Last edited by conor-figgy at Sep 3, 2011,
#4
oh noes, the fingering on my lick are gone!

i'll just upload the file here, in case anyone wants to see them, since it's got the fingering.

good job everyone
Attachments:
12BarTapping.gp5
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#6
Sorry guys, Minus seem to be having one of their updating sessions.

Please use the mirror.
#7
Great issue.

Zach (Due07) stole the show again with his article. Kid's too smart for his own good.

Really didn't find Paco the Stomach funny in any way, shape or form. There was no punch line.

The reviews were also really done, and I love Theogonia's lesson again. Fun shit right there.

Good job, guys.
#8
It won't load

EDIT: I downloaded the mirror one. So it's all good
Last edited by LostLegion at Sep 3, 2011,
#9
Quote by blake1221
and I love Theogonia's lesson again. Fun shit right there.


i'm thinking i might do a full length lesson next time based off of that concept, showing other shapes for arpeggios with that same kind of string skipped tapping type of technique.
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#10
Quote by theogonia777
i'm thinking i might do a full length lesson next time based off of that concept, showing other shapes for arpeggios with that same kind of string skipped tapping type of technique.


I implore you to do so. Especially with the string skipping because that's always a fun thing to practice and improve on.

I found the other shapes a bit more easy to understand when I started sweeping, so maybe even a sweeping lesson would be good to get your point across.
#11
Damn, SlackerBabbath is a beast of an artist. Another good issue,
I'm just like the Jonas Brothers,

I'm no longer relevant and write mediocre music.


#13
Quote by Arfey McFeeshy
10.41mb. SERIOUSLY?

That's gonna take me an hour to download.


U srs?

Anyways, good job guys, hopefully another successful issue!

Oh Sheesh Y'all, 'twas a dream
#14
The comic made me laugh, and I don't know why.

Good job, it was nice, keeps getting better and better it seems.
#24
Very good job guys, enjoyed this one even more than the last one's
What you'll win tonight, you'll gamble tomorrow.
#25
Quote by AJSaw
Nice job everyone!

Just realized I made the cover page! Nice.


No one ever reads the cover page

Oh Sheesh Y'all, 'twas a dream
#26
Quote by Metallica1554
No one ever reads the cover page

I liked the cover page. >.>
#30
Awesome! Was wondering what happened.
We're all alright!
#33
I can't read it, but did you end up using my shit in the riots section?
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