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I use my elbow to tremolo pick and just keep my hand in the same position. I can't get any speed otherwise.
You become novice when you can play guitar hero on medium
You become intermediate when you can play on hard
And you become expert when you can play every song upside down with your feet after drinkin 3 bottles of tequila and smokin an ounce of weed, while having to watch a sextape your parents made the night you were conceived.
love the information on the site... but way too many dropdown/pop-up adds. something really needs to be done to clean it up or people are gonna get frustrated and start using other sites. i know i am!!
Your a real dick, ya know that? **** off.
Lmfao Modwannabe, why don't you suck ass a little harder and really get that taste in your mouth. You might as well nip over to Russia and blow Zappp, it's just about the only way you could possibly outdo your embarassing little tirade.
No. It was just the bus I needed to catch some of the way there, it goes down loads of pissy little roads that wouldn't have been gritted, etc.
I was on about working in the sorting office and such mainly, but walking around for a few hours each day isn't a proper job
Well, posties don't seem to get up that early anymore.
We used to get first post around 7, and second post between 10 and 11.
Now, we just get post around lunchtime.
You don't grow callouses in a couple of days. Your fingers gradually toughen up over months. Just play til it gets uncomfortable then take a break for your fingers to recover a bit and start again.
I have no flu whatsoever. If I did, I certainly wouldn't be out of bed.
I think Pickups are elctro-magnets so all of their force is made from a power source. There isn't any real magnet to mess up. If they were natural magnets then you could mess with them and permanently change how they work.
Explanation: An electric current goes through the strings, which makes them magnetic, picking a string causes a fluxchange, the pickups picks up the change and converts it to an electric current again, and your amp turns it into a sound. So your magnet causes fluxchange and you get the sound.
Depending on how strong the magnet is, it can fu ck up your pickups