1. guitar tutor. 2. money. 3. social skills, theory. 4. nothing, though i have extensive knowledge of the guitar, and grade 8 jazz "qualification" ..(hah). 5. 10 minute talk, 10 minute exercises, 10 minute other things, $15NZD thankyou. 6. when the student gets a sense of fulfillment. 7. money, respect. 8. grow a pair, know your **** 9. keeping the ball rolling 10. practice, just get one student, see how you like it. I am 16 years old.
Kinda corny, but when John Campbell shook my hand and said "Believe in yourself" I shat bricks, and it's the best advice ever. There's nothing more powerful than knowing what YOU can achieve, because if you know you can, you will.
John Campbell... from Campbell Live??? please tell me you mean him... From New Zealand- the Tv presenter
E minor pentatonic IS G major pentatonic. E major pentatonic is completely different to the other 2. So changing to E maj "on the fly" would sound incredibly awkward without proper melodic modulation (setting up a melody that slowly changes in E Major pentatonic).
Thats number One.
For the second question. They DO omit the third, but the powerchords the play are in minor key, and in back in black, notice how the last note in the lick is a low g? thats a MINOR THIRD in E minor. so the minor scale is shown there.
a firewire usb connector. about 80 USD, from any music shop. its USB drive with a built in sound card which connects your Electric guitar to the computer. They come with software aswell, but other software such as cubase make it easier to use.
Well they took my phone to begin with, so i sneakily hid my wallet behind my back the whole time so i still got that. then my glasses, then my jacket, then i asked for my phone back, so... then they gave my phone back (i guess thats the meth talking).
My mate was with me, they didnt take anything from him, but get this:
He had 50 bucks in his wallet, his car keys (which was just down the road) AND:
just under a half ounce of weed.
but yea they got my 2 dollar glasses and my 40 dollar jacket (lol!)
all the effects are sub par in my opinion, including the ones you mentioned. wah is ok, whammy is just a whammy and the harmonizer... :/. you can easily bypass tone modifications just with the flick of a switch (the turn of a knob...).
you want it just for your acoustic? strange choice...