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Yes I do, alot actually. I know there's no jimmy page but page himself but its like "doing justice to the solo" theres no better version of it than the original.
I know i do but the main focus is musicality. Im pretty clear on the difference between a guitar player and a musician as otherwise i would never have created this thread.
e.g. IMO dave mustaine is a guitar player while marty friedman hes a musician! (yes i might get alot of hate for this).
I'm not arguing over what gauge, I agree. I didn't know a new setup would be required just to get new gauges.
Tumeric!!!!!!!!!!!!.... Just sayin'................
It depends on the setup really.
Being a stratocaster owner you will learn what it takes to keep it in tune.
I do little tricks to the vintage style 6 screw bridge where only screw 1 and 6 are tight the others are loose.
The string guide on the head stock are from the latest US Stratocasters.
Fender bullit strings fits the vintage style tremolo system and will not get stuck like regular string brands.
That works wonders as far as keeping my Stratocaster in tune including crazy tremolo work.
i think any rational person over the age of 12 can agree that the beatles are probably the worst thing to ever happen to music
it clearly said 3 minutes and not 2
i guess listening to the beatles just makes you too stupid to read numbers
Thanks for your response I havent looked into the POD at all, there seems to be a pretty big variation in the price of the POD which would be best for a casual practice style? (I tend to play metal, blues and some clean stuff)
In terms of guitar rig what would cause the latency issues?
Remember that your chord progression won't sound "magical" on its own. It will just sound like a bunch of chords. A chord progression doesn't make a song. You need rhythm. You need melody. If you're writing for a band, write for the whole band because single parts won't sound good alone.
Just use your ears. If you want to create a good sounding progression, just listen. What chords do you hear in your head?
^ What I don't like about your post is that you refer to minor key's tonic chord as the vi chord. And the V7-i in minor as III7-vi. Tonic is always the I or i chord (lowercase for minor). Even if the song had a III7-vi somewhere, it should be V7/vi-vi. Just pointing out.
Also, why is the third chord of major a dominant 7th chord? If we are in a major key, the chord built on the third scale degree is most of the time minor. E minor is not rare in C major, nor is E7 but they have whole different functions. E7 is the V7/vi and Em is the iii chord.
And there's no such thing as A# major, D# major or G# major (or there technically is but they have so many sharps that they aren't used - instead of them it would be more reasonable to call them Bb, Eb and Ab major.)
Also, the problem I'm having with that picture is that it doesn't separate major and minor keys. Also, E7 doesn't really belong to C major. G# is the leading tone of A minor. But in C major using G# all the time just doesn't make any sense, unless you are using the E7 as a secondary dominant. As I said, in C major E minor is more common than E7.
ok thanks for the detailed info, much appreciated. As I mentioned in the 8th post, i'd be wiring 1/4 inch jacks to the switch, not guitar leads.
I still dont understand how what im proposing would not be a true bypass?
well not sure if you noticed but guitar leads contain 2 wires each, one for the positive and one for the negative. 4 guitar leads x 2 wires = 8 wires. Yes I know how to connect it, that is the easy part. Wiring it up internally to the switch is where some experimenting is required.
What im asking is, if I have the guitar lead going to the bypass box, soldered to a common pin on the switch then continuing to the wah pedal (so this part of the circuit is always active), and have the switch simply de activating the return signal from the wah pedal and bridging the "guitar in" to "amp out" on the bypass pedal, would this be the same as a hard bypass (considering there is still a signal being sent to the turned off wah, but nothing coming back from it)
Please someone other than Spambot answer my question he obviously is pretty confused with all the maths here.
Well Im not sure what the CAGED system is but the 4-5 fret idea seems pretty usefull, I'll try it out. Thanks for the input. Oh and by the way, would it be a good idea to relearn the song on a different 4-5 span, or would that be redundant?
I see three notes in the op.