#1
Just gimme a link and it should be fine

By the way, how does one record with the Guitar Rig? I can record alright, but I can't save it with the emulated effects, it's just a dull twang..
#4
Everyone is going to tell you to read the Theory Sticky, but honestly I believe that if you seriously want to begin learning theory you should sign up for classes (even at a local community college) in your spare time or find a private teacher as it will help the process go more smoothly and quickly.
#9
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Maybe you should get The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Internet (7th Edition) also.

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#11
I am laughing so hard right now.

That was fantastic.
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#12
Sign up for classes. trying to learn it on your own will be extremely difficult and frustrating.
#13
The "Music theory" link in my signature (v down there v) is a good place to start.
My name is Andy
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Swinging to the rhythm of the New World Order,
Counting bodies like sheep to the rhythm of the war drums
#15
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HAHAHAHA, that is even funnier than the posts earlier in this topic

And to actually pertain to the topic...

If something doesn't make sense to you now, keep re-reading it every few days and you will slowly begin to understand it. When I first started reading about tritone substitution, I was completely lost. Now, I'm only kinda lost.
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#16
Theory sticky + at least a decent book(Complete Idiot's Guide to Music Theory or the books that are used for preparation for ABRSM tests, which are pretty easy to follow), but ideally a teacher.

#17
for yr second question.... are ya using the tapedeck one??
sure you use that and that's y you get clean sound.. couse it's standing b4 the FX...
and hmm rec your playing with tapedeck two...
Oh, thanx, really good idea