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it really depends on you really. personally, i would say keep the c-1 and just do some upgrades.
you know? change out the pots and caps. use good wiring, all that jazz.
if you are satisfied with your c1 right now, its best to just hold off until you can pay cash.
Just pick the eight, bend it to the 10th fret, release it to the 8th fret without picking, and then pick the 6
oooopss... i forgot to mention as well when i down tune my guitar to half a step i actually am able to keep up better...
like u said the slack in the string probably lets the pick slip easier so u can alternate pick faster instead of the tighter tension in a string on standard tuning...
if one of you dudes is with a guitar right now...try it out n lemme know...
^ maybe you're just a shit teacher then
they are ragging on the salt content not the reaction caused by mixing sodium with water, gawd its like people dont know basic reading and trolling
not trolling, actually been wondering this for a while. And you have a fresh new thread so why not. Why would you want an extra string? In my region or w/e (St Louis=blues and shit) I have honestly never heard or seen this until I hopped on UG. What do you tune too? Wudnt drop tuning acheive the same thing?
Sorry, I could make a thread i know, just thought I would get direct and ask some one who wants one why.
Again, not trolling, simply curious, And i know how scales and tones blah blah work. Again just curious.
how did you find the xj frets?
the reason im more set on a les paul shape is because im quite small. From other strat style guitars ive played i seemed to be reaching further to play lower frets which I found alot more awquard. I would love a SG but for this reason I'm not going to get one.
I think you'll like this RG more...
Ibanez RGA32 - £330
- LoZ N and B pickups
- Thin Wizard II neck
- Gibralter standard bridge
- Mahogany body
Wow, that's a pretty bold statement to make for every Windows user on the face of the earth. I, for one, have never ever had this problem.
Technically Hitler didn't kill anyone either; still extremely evil. I'm sure you didn't mean they weren't bad people, I just don't like people pointing out stupid technicalities like that.
And I think you're a worthless c*nt if you'd wear a shirt with a serial killer's face. They're interesting but wearing a shirt with their face is glorifying them.
That man was so unbelievably ahead of his time; it's absolutely incredible.
NOOOOOOOOOO YOU GUYS ARE ALL WRONG!!! No but to be serious for a second, proper muting technique is to mute the strings lower than the ones you are actually playing with your palm. So the instant your pick is hitting the open A and fretted D, you palm is on top of your low E string.
So it's not too much of a big deal if the low E resonates a little bit whilst playing an A5?
Thanks for clearing things up a bit. It's the open E resonating that bugs me, I'm not hitting the E at all. Like when you leave an electric guitar on resting when its plugged in with distortion, that kind of noise. Granted it's only for a millisecond..
Otherwise my thumb is behind the neck at all times except vibrato and bending.