#1
I mean, adding songs to your iTunes playlists for each guitars you can play with your iPod and stuff.

I often do it because I love to play & cover music on my instruments. I have three guitars to play songs and I have three playlists for each guitars just because for different kind of music to cover. One for flying-v metal guitar, one for Epiphone guitar and one for acoustic-electric guitar, so these are the playlists I have on my iTunes and iPod Classic. It's just more of a practice.


For example:
Dean Dave Mustaine VMNTX electric guitar - "Going To Hell" by The Pretty Reckless and "Into The Void" by Black Sabbth
Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro electric guitar - "Make Me Wanna Die" by The Pretty Reckless and "Do What U Want" by Lady Gaga
DeRosa acoustic-electric guitar - "Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash and "Silent Lucidity" by Queensryche


Do you know what I mean?
Dean Dave Mustaine VMNTX electric (Black)
Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro electric (Ebony w/ gold)
Orange Micro Terror 20W Hybrid amp head
Orange Crush Pro 120W amp head
Kustom 4x12 cabinet
Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus Power Supply
Korg Pitchblack Chromatic Pedal Tuner
Electro-Harmonix XO Metal Muff
MXR M-103 Blue Box
TC Electronic Dark Matter
TC Electronic Fangs Metal
Last edited by Hal-Sephira at Jun 2, 2015,
#2
Ummm, no...

On the rare occasions I learn a song in its entirety I try to record myself and then upload it to Youtube so..... Songs I have learned are mostly on Youtube?

I have no idea what you're asking, honestly.
Last edited by vayne92 at Jun 2, 2015,
#3
Yes, I know what you mean and I do similar things to this; I've put together several playlists of songs I know pitch-shifted to tunings that my guitars are in at that moment.

So... it's a good idea I guess. This is a pretty trivial detail about playing though so I don't think it matters that much, if at all.
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#4
i actually do. but i keep it to a short list the i always change about 4-6 songs
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#5
I do this for different tunings - I have one guitar in E standard and another in Eb standard and have lists of songs that I know in those tunings for bored afternoons hitting shuffle and playing along.
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#6
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