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He's playing open strings, but that would still work.
the ability to mute the other with your picking hand
I realaized i posted this in the wrong spot but i did a search on this forum. Somone was talking about Major scale and Penatonics. Are the Shapes exactly the same except I just add and extra two notes to the shapes of the pentatonic?
Then you are 100 percent tone deaf.
Most of chopin's work is difficult, playing mary had a little lamb, or smoke on the water on piano, is not.
Every instrument uses the same twelve notes in the west. The piano is the simplest because it lays it all out in front of you in buttons. Once you know a solo on piano, you'll be able to master it on guitar. If you only can do it on guitar, and can't do it on any other instrument, and don't know any of the notes in it, then your playing means nothing, you can't do a single thing with it. You're a session musician.
^ I'm sure there must be some kind of pun we can make with your username...
Yes! Carmel digs it.
this isnt quite good enough for a sticky is it?
is 'alder let him go' meant to be a pun? still can't work it out
The only music store here is closed for the month, because somebody broke into it 2 days ago.
And the nearest one is about an hour away. so Im kinda screw.
Whatever you find most comfortable and gives you the tone you like.
Try Searchbar for beginners.
Oh, ****, what a miserable situation to be in.
I've been there too, last year my partner and I split up and we had to live together for months. I ended up sleeping on my housemate's bedroom floor and my eating patterns screwed up as I always went hungry at night because he and his friends were hanging out in the kitchen. It sucked.
But then when he moved out, everything got instantly better and more relaxed, so I'm sure you do have that to look forward to. In the meantime, you two need to live together as housemates, if you can't be friends. This will mean that maybe you need to sit down and sort out some temporary house rules until you move out, to make both of your lives easier. This could include asking her to see her boyfriend at his place, not bring him to the house you share. I don't think that's an unreasonable request to make, especially considering how long you were together.
I would just keep spending as much time as you can out of the house, with your friends, doing things to distract yourself. Also, if it helps, try to imagine yourself in a year's time having gotten over this. Then think about what the rest of your life holds for you, and how many opportunities you will have.
Meeting new people is also a great way to take your mind off your problems. I'm not saying new girls per se, but if there's a few house parties you can go to with your mates then I think it'd be one of the best things to do to start having fun again.
And I'm not about to judge you for using alcohol to take the edge off things, and you don't need me to tell you that you ought to watch out for yourself in case it escalates and becomes something that you are more permanently dependent on. Again, I've been there before in the past, and I can see why you're choosing to do it.
Just hang in there and everything will turn out okay soon enough. I know you must feel like you've been crapped on from a great height at the moment, and yeah, the next three weeks are going to be some of the hardest of your life, but when you get through them then you'll know that you were strong enough to manage it.
Lots of us are available for PMs too if you want someone to talk to, myself included
I cant really afford to sleep in hotels. I have £800 worth of bills to pay tomorrow. And I have been sleeping at mates on/off, but recently its got a bit harder to find ppl who are willing.Move out, go to a hotel or a friends, immediatly.
Who owns the lease to the house?