Tomaz24
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Join date: Feb 2007
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#1
Just got a call from a friend who wants me to play chords for her tomorrow in her music practical exam. The chords seem straight-forward, except for... EmB5? I've never come across that before. Anyone know how to play that?

Anyway, should I play with them live having only found out just now? The alternative would be (I get the impression she's not comfortable with chords, hence we she wants me to do them while she does the lead) to record it on my Micro BR before hand. At least then she'd now I've got it right and I'm not going to **** over her exam.

What's your advice? I reckon I can handle it live, but it's still a risk..
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#4
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#5
Is getting laid a risk?

CT
Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

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Sublime Stylee
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Join date: Jan 2008
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#6
Do it man, it'll be easy and a good oppurtunity to have fun and score some points.
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#7
Quote by Sublime Stylee
Do it man, it'll be easy and a good oppurtunity to have fun and score some points.


and score.