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I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this question. But I recently picked up a pair of EV passive speakers as the mains for my PA system. The problem is the speakers are rated at 400 watts and the powered mixer I'm using is only capable of 120 watts. The way it is currently set up, I am not pushing the powered mixer in terms of volume and there is very little hum or noise coming from the speakers, I'm just wondering am I risking damage to either the speakers or the power mixer? Because everything sounds fine to me so far.
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Well, thats a very vague question. I mean "they" are doing all sorts of things. I certainly wouldn't want to generalize and say its "just" this or that.

Why don't you try and learn some of it and figure out what they are doing?


I can't learn it if you don't tell me what to learn, and if you mean try to figure out what the rythym guitarist is doing that doesn't help me figure out their improvisation process...
Yeah so like the title says.... Are they just making chord progressions using the root notes of a scale? I don't know you tell me....
Play orignal arrangements of traditional songs like I know you rider and cold rain and snow. Using of course the grateful dead as a jumping off point. And if you guys could play the music never stopped by the grateful dead that would be tight
When I was trying to change harmonica keys on my harmonica neck holder thing my guitar slipped off me and the neck of my guitar hit the edge of the table. t chipped some of the wood near the 10th fret... Now when ever I play the 8 and 9th frets on the high e string they both sound like a C#(9th fret) is this fixable by adjusting the neck or do you think I would need to take it to a GC or something like that?
Yeah man I always go buck wild when im blazed. It defiantly helps you feel the groove...
The answer is Jerry Garcia
To be completely honest, this is bullshit. I believe even the mentally disabled believe in free speech. Just because a word may offend some people does not mean it should be forever banned from speech. I would rather have a bunch of harmless offensive people than be told what i can and cannot say. As far as I'm concerned you should have just as much the right to be offended as you do to offend. Provided that, that is all it is and no physical damage is done.
Don't even bother just quit listening to music
Jerry Garcia's Tiger, Phil Lesh's Godfather, Futurman's Drumitar
I think thats pretty bad ass. What would be sick is if there was a form of capital punishment that involved fighting a bear and if you triumph over the animal you are waved of your punishment...
If you just need to play an open string just pick the string by itself... Otherwise learn some right and left hand muting techniques and yeh should be fine....
Paul Simon.
No such thing as too rock and roll, brother
Man what the environment needs is good vibes, check it yo, we legalize marijuana everyone is so relaxed and sending out good vibes... Nah but aside from that I think we'll work shit out and be fine
They key to any genesis song is never listening to it...
As long as your in a grunge band your voice will be fine...
Rolling Stones and Lynyrd Skynyrd have good rhythm parts... If you wanna try harder s*** go for some Grateful Dead...
All Jam bands and I haven't met another person that likes Gogol Bordello...
Make him learn harmonica or to sing back up vocals other wise dump him
It looks like a damn nice axe, much better than the shit that's in my attic. Idk if its worth a lot but I would defiantly hang on to it.
This is so weak man
I think the key is to play the part slowly and see what lyrics are in relation to the guitar part.
What kind of scales does Trey Anastasio use on the songs "Squirming Coil" and "Fly Famous Mocking Bird" I'm not saying that they are the same scale, maybe, but I don't know... I'd really appreciate any help...
Singing is not so nice....
I think the strongest superhero is Thanos, but to be honest idk if he is a villain or hero...
I love the one I have, it sounds fantastic for how much it costs. Unfortunately a few months ago I dropped mine and the headstock cracked where it joins to the neck, but i was lucky because my father was able to repair it and it still sounds fine.... Id defiantly recommend it.
Honestly, it's not a bad guitar, my friend has one and it sounds really nice plugged in, but the unplugged acoustic sound is not the greatest... Happy NGD i'm sure you'll enjoy playing it.
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with the capo:
chorus:
Am C G D


Thats what I thought, much obliged.
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You'll probably hate me for this... but I read the Twilight series and was able to come up with some pretty good stuff. But ANYWAY!

I like to read books where the characters have some sort of longing/desire that's just out of there reach. If I'm really emotionally connected with the storyline, it really inspires me to write down all my feelings.


I'm not trying to bash you here, but Twilight is written at a 4th grade reading level, While you might find inspiration and topics to write about, I can't imagine picking up any writing techniques from reading it...

Back to the original question, possibly look into Edgar Allan Poe's poetry and short storys. Not exactly my cup of tea but people hail him to be a pretty talented writer as far as imagery and sound devices go. If you wanna get weird with writing try the Lord of the Rings series of books, very odd language that might inspire you to write in that style...
I'd like to know what the chorus is to the string cheese incident song, sometimes a river.

I know its played with a capo at the 3rd fret, or at least the acoustic guitarist plays it like that, I figured out the verse is A G D(not the actual chord names but the shapes with the capo)... Ok so heres the link...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQsk3DgjomE

Chorus starts at about 60 seconds into the video...
For this one assignment I was given I am supposed to find an article about either race, relgion or gender discrimination in the news... It could be online so I was wondering if anyone in the pit has heard anything like this lately and might be able to help me out... If you accept the challege, please provide links to the articles. I thank you very much.
Very nice. I liked song 2 a lot. I feel its safe to call your self something a little bit better than beginner.
I think Page has done both, I feel like it would be better fingerpicked... But I can't comment on what was used in the studio.
I don't really understand how giving lessons to Petrucci's neighbor means anything significant at all... But that's cool i guess if you think Dream Theatre is good...
In the eyes of the ranger, the unsuspected stranger, had better known the truth from wrong and right.
I own one and I love it. I mostly play blues, psychedelic and jam band stuff. Handles everything well, good tuners although I feel like they got better after more use... I'd defiantly recommend saving for one. Its a great guitar plain and simple.