#1
Hey everyone.

I'm in this biostatistics class and need to do a project. So I figured rather than make it boring, make it fun and guitar related. If you could 30 seconds and complete this survery at this link:

http://www.esurveyspro.com/Survey.aspx?id=6b8aacda-36a7-493b-bcca-003acad74541

it would help me out tremendously.

I know it's not the greatest survey, but I just need some data to work with.

Thanks again!!
#4
Took it. Interested to see what it will be used for...
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#5
Done.
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#6
Took it. Whats i going to but used for. I'm assuming something about finger strength? I would've asked more detail about playing ability and experience. Guys who can "shred" will probably have a strange affect on the results. I'm to the point where i no longer feel finger fatigue no matter how long i play.
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#7
there ya go
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#9
Done. You're welcome.

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#10
Done. Note that I use heavy strings, but when it comes to performance, I practice on slightly lighter strings and use them for performing. (I use heavy strings for the most part because I feel it makes me a much more accurate player).
#14
Did
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#16
Done for the lolz!
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#21
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Done. Note that I use heavy strings, but when it comes to performance, I practice on slightly lighter strings and use them for performing. (I use heavy strings for the most part because I feel it makes me a much more accurate player).



Awesome. Thanks everyone!!! You guys rock!!

This survey is to test the null hypothesis (that there is no impact on performance and fatigue when using different string guages) vs. the alternative hypothesis (This is what I'm trying to prove, that there is an impact on performance and fatigue when using different guages).

Now of course, everyone is different. But this survey can get some aggregate data on a pretty big sample size and it will be really accurate because we're all musicians and guitar players here.

So thanks again, and to everyone else, keep responding!
#22
Took it. I think there should've been more options on some of the questions.

But to help your research (though disproving of your theory) I have yet to find an impact on the playability of my guitar after moving up gauges.
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