#1
Hi everyone, I have created a short survey for my school research project.
It's about how technology has improved the practice and learning of the guitar.
It would be extremely nice if anyone could participate.
The more people the best!
I'll pass the link to the Survey Monkey website:

By the way it's a really quick 10 questions survey, promise! You can skip any questions you like!
You need to have at least some familiarity with the guitar.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LWMGVY6

Thanks for helping out
#3
Quote by Spinnerweb
Dun dun dun.

Clip-on tuners are the boss.


Except in a loud venue where they keep wanting to tell you you are tuned to Q#9
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
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#5
This Roadie tuner looks pretty handy not very useful with a Floyd tho

TBH I saw Jimmy Page's tech use a similar (but larger) device to change Jimmy's broken string on the side of the stage between songs while he still held his guitar, this was back in the 80's when page was with The Firm. No one believed me when I told them the string was changed in about 30 seconds.

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#6
Quote by Arby911
Except in a loud venue where they keep wanting to tell you you are tuned to Q#9

Ah well. Learning to tune by ear was always a useful skill.
#7
Quote by Spinnerweb
Ah well. Learning to tune by ear was always a useful skill.


Agreed but that's also challenging in a noisy environment.

Get a good tuner pedal, call it a day.
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#8
Quote by Arby911
Agreed but that's also challenging in a noisy environment.

Get a good tuner pedal, call it a day.


Noted c:
#10
Quote by Evilnine
This Roadie tuner looks pretty handy not very useful with a Floyd tho

TBH I saw Jimmy Page's tech use a similar (but larger) device to change Jimmy's broken string on the side of the stage between songs while he still held his guitar, this was back in the 80's when page was with The Firm. No one believed me when I told them the string was changed in about 30 seconds.


You mean I'm not the only one that saw them live?
#11
this survey can be answered in different ways depending on what you consider using internet to learn. are you talking about using it for technique, scales and whatnot, or are you including using internet to get tabs as a way to learn to play songs as a way of learning?