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^Attach your tab to your post and post a link to the current tab.I'll check it out.
We don't accept improved version of an existing tab as a new one.
No, what i think is happening is by bending the string, your increasing tension on the bridge, which causes the bridge to "dive" causing the other strings to go out of tune. Only way to fix it is to not play other strings while bending, or if you'r willing to give up the the tremolo, tighten it until its obsolete.
Hey, so one of my friends wants to learn to play guitar.
That's no problem and all, but he's left handed.
Does anyone know a good BEGINNER guitar set for lefties?
He wants to play metal/ metalcore, so I suggested an Ibanez or Yamaha?
Left-Handed, Alder Body, 24 frets on a SET neck, all black hardware with Diecast tuners, adjustable truss, and a 5-way selector. Only thing I'd imagine being crappy is the pickups, I can just put in a bill lawrence on the bridge slot for $50.
So that would pretty much be $200 for a really well-suited good metal axe, I understand the main brands would charge atleast $400-$600 for a guitar of this quality. Is this a non-profit organization or something? It just seems like there's gotta be a catch, because with a name brand you'd easily pay over three times that price for an equivalent quality guitar. I've heard nothing but good comments about agile, and apparently this is Rondo's low budget series, known as Douglas. The set neck combined with this price just really confuses me, but excites me at the same time. Anyone played any Douglas's? I only see reviews for Agile's.
by rhythm slash, do you mean upstroke downstroke?
if so, GP does have it:
Top Menu > Note > in the middle, there's Upstroke/Downstroke and PickStroke Up/PickStroke Down