#1
i would like to know what the cut off for being a guitar n00b is. I can do more than power chords, like triads, i use diminished/augmented stuff, and i know some theory stuff...
Is that it or am i still a n00b?

And i play rhythm guitar
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#2
If you know theory than your automatically not a n00b.
Not really, but your not a n00b. The defining line of a guitar n00b would be something like this "I can play *insert lame pop-punk song here*! Whats a major chord? My Marshall MG halfstack sounds awesome with my Ibanez!".
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#3
Who cares? What does it matter? And what in the blue hell made you post this in Advanced Techniques?
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#5
This doesn't belong in Advanced Techniques.

I'm not sure where it belongs, since there isn't actually a "cut-off" for noobiness. Just work on making your playing better.

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