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Eric played Les Pauls almost exclusively in his earlier days with Mariani and the Electromagnets and couldn't play with the 7.25" radius fretboard of the strat. Then he got his strat's reradiused for 12" like his Gibsons. The Highway 1 if it has a humbucker or a hotter bridge pickup can play both those genres. I know that EJ used HS-2s in all positions on his '54 strat, Virginia. Though if I recall the HS-2 is more of a low output humbucker to still have that strat quality.
Anyways, whichever you find more comfortable, though if I recall, the GX you're talking about has EMGs in it, so I don't know how that'll handle the Eric Johnson side. I would just save up for an Eric Johnson strat(used) or the Hot Rod '57/'62(used) with a stacked single coil in the bridge.
What amp are you playing through? The amp will be the big factor in getting the versatile tones for both those completely different artists.
I would go with some Bach. His music is so complicated, yet so simple. It is a lot like metal actually. Bouree, which is in classico by tenacious d, is a form of stepping in and out of happiness imo. If you listen to his prelude in cm, it is dumb crazy and fast, more complicated that tapping solo, but uses same ideas of arpeggios and chord changes in the bass. A simplified version are his intro minuets in G. Minuet 1, 2, 3.
Romantic music like beethoven and wagner are good. You can use the fact that so many of them used dissonance to create tension, whereas a metaler would use heavy distortion. Stay away from 'classic' era music. That is like Mozart and handel. That is music designed to sound good and simple and pleasing, which is not the point of metal imo.
Lol, when lefty your low E is the bottom one instead of the high e.
So it really makes a big difference.
But I don't know if they have lefty tabs.
Should make an option to turn the tabs around for left-handeds.
Pull my finger...
I'm a girl...
and that's Britney Spears.
She looks like somebody's granny if you look hard enough at the rib cage and face.
You're asexual (not in the reproduce alone sense of the word, but in the girly magazine sense).
I'm asexual too.
Its fine, you'll eventually find someone who floats your boat
No, I know how to have sex, my point was has anyone had experience of this, sex with an ex-girlfriend with no commitment.
Ok I posted in the sex thread, but I'm getting no replies and I guess it could also fit here. C&P:
So my girlfriend, who I was very emotionally attached to, broke up with me yesterday. She's now asking if I want to meet her for sex with no strings attached. Is this worth it? She has said before to me and other people that I'm the best she's ever had, and well..she's my only sober sex.
Anyone have experience this, or have opinions?
I don't see why you would need it to be different. You still see the strings in the same order and you obviously still read from left to right.