Sounds like the song just isn't supposed to have a chorus. Like the other guy said don't assume you need a chorus after every verse. Yep its kinda standard but there are some awesome songs that don't follow the standard
I play both and find it useful to play both. I've carried a lot of techniques and ideas over. I started on bass around 10 years ago and started learning guitar around 7 years ago. I play them both 50/50.
Yep just put the two alternatives of the tab on the tab like the other guy said. Seen this a few times when some alternate tunings are awkward for the average guitar player. Drop D would be accessible to more people than A standard
I did something similar. I basically attacked the guitar like I'd never played it. You'll see what you've remembered and what you need to work on then. You'd be surprised at what you have retained once you get going! It's all about unlocking it :-P For playing along to songs just keep practicing and importantly don't give up. If you get frustrated or anything take a break from it! This method worked for me anyway, hope this helps and good luck dude.
Never too late. I started when I was 15 but I've played with people who started a lot later. I've even taught my dad a few chords etc. If you want to play and you know you'll enjoy it then why would a simple thing such as age hinder you
It may be cheap for you but the problem is gonna be the software you use. You may end up having to buy some decent software. I have the Pod Studio GX. Cost me around £60 (not sure in $). It's well worth it. Pod Farm 2, the software it comes with is really good and easy to use. You can record using Audacity. I would save a little bit extra for better equipment.
Another question about Gary Moore's tone on - Still Got The Blues. Not sure which to add first the reverb or the delay. I've experimented to no avail! Which order should they be in? Any help appreciated
Just wondering what you need to consider when replacing a speaker in a guitar amp. I'm guessing the speaker needs to handle a certain amount of power from the amp to work properly without blowing up Just a question from a friend really. I know it isn't that simple to replace but just wondering what you've got to look out for to get a good replacement speaker that can work under the power of the amplifier.
At my workplace they pay me anything that is over the normal milage to work (if you are working on that day). So say I work 15 miles away from home and I have to travel 50 for a work relate thing then they would pay me 35 miles. If it is work related then your work should pay all of the expenses.
EDIT: If they will pay you keep receipts of any transaction. If you are not given one you can legally request a receipt.
Paranoid moment: Don't believe all the crap that you read...especially on Yahoo! News. This crap will happen regardless of whether people agree with it or not. I don't exactly know why we are doing this. I'm just going to dig my bunker out and fill it with space food! Cya when the fallouts gone guys
I thought that fish had to come up for air, and still did until a month ago when my friend trapped a fish underwater and I was like "dude! Your harsh, how will it come up for air?!" and I received a massive facepalm from him and told they breath through gills.
A lot of fish actually do this...facepalm him back!!! goldfish gulp air (edit: when there isn't enough oxygen in the water) and can take some of the oxygen in. You can see them do it in fish tanks. I used to believe that the swimming pool at school contained sharks. Probably why I'm crap at swimming as an adult
I've managed to run my laptop through to my other computer and used Audacity to record the drums with RSE activated on Guitar Pro. Doesn't sound too bad for basic demos! Need 2 computers with this method tho...might be an easier way however.