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    Here's what I came up with it. Fun backing track...

    Here's what I came up with it. Fun backing track to jam to.
  2. You mean the drums, right? Yeah, it was the same...

    You mean the drums, right? Yeah, it was the same drum beat, but I just used that drumbeat for timing purposes, I put the main effort into the gutiar parts.
  3. If it's not good enough to warrant a comment...

    If it's not good enough to warrant a comment after 60 views, I must be doing something wrong? Some constructive criticism would be appreciated? :confused: Maybe the soloing isn't loud enough...
  4. The weirdest thing... Improvising and rhythm...(Improvisation Song! Listen!)

    Whenever I improvise over a rhythmic guitar part with a beat under it, if I try to follow the beat too hard, the improvising seems to sound so mechanical, but when I just focus on the relationships...
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    Of course, using a heavier gauge will definately...

    Of course, using a heavier gauge will definately strengthen your fingers quicker, but you don't want to strain yourself! I use 11-50 guage boomers right now. Higher guage= better tone, and fuller...
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    You definately don't want to get used to using...

    You definately don't want to get used to using that tape though... heh. I've been recording songs I've been composing a lot, and I've been improvising to drumbeats along with good rhythm riffs. That...
  7. Yes, number 1 in your list is probably the one...

    Yes, number 1 in your list is probably the one you're looking for. Eventually, you'll be using a very little amount of strength, just enough to get clear notes out.
  8. It doesn't necesarrily have to be done, it is all...

    It doesn't necesarrily have to be done, it is all preference after all, or maybe even I pick harder without realizing it. The main reason would be that the higher note you fret, the tighter the...
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    Hmm... I think there is no such thing as a...

    Hmm... I think there is no such thing as a guitarist being better than another guitarist. It's all preference. After a point, of course. I think experience is the greatest technique a guitarist can...
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    It's kind of weird for me... I started out always...

    It's kind of weird for me... I started out always trying to play as fast as my fingers would let me play. It's just always been my way. But the other day, I was laying in some hay, and I decided to...
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    It all depends for me. On average, it's been...

    It all depends for me. On average, it's been about an hour or two a day, which is way the heck lower than I used to. I've been raising my practice hours steadily now, though.
  12. I've been using 11's for a couple of months now...

    I've been using 11's for a couple of months now and I can play just as fast as I could when I had 9's.

    Just start out slow at first, playing slow riffs and licks. Stress yourself to touch the...
  13. Yeah, modes seemed like a new slew of completely...

    Yeah, modes seemed like a new slew of completely different things that I guess I had to know. Once you learn the construction of a scale by its intervals, you can understand it more.
    Looking at the...
  14. Yeah, and by finding out all the intervals of any...

    Yeah, and by finding out all the intervals of any given scale. (Like W-W-H-W-W-W-H for the Major scale) Using the distances between the notes, I can learn scales way, way faster insead of trying to...
  15. So, basically, all modes are the same patterns?

    Modes are all the same patterns, but in different keys, right? Also, some modes are the same as some scales, like how the Locrian and Major are the same, well, all of then are the same as the Major...
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    Must learn something new everyday, even if it is...

    Must learn something new everyday, even if it is small, like finding E anywhere on the fretboard, or perhaps a scale shape. Just something new.
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    You could most definately find wiring diagrams on...

    You could most definately find wiring diagrams on the internet. Do a search.
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    ...You seem big-headed, Voodoo.

    ...You seem big-headed, Voodoo.
  19. A great site for all your music theory needs!

    http://www.musictheory.net

    Nice site. In the lessons, the material is shown to you in a step-by-step way which makes it easy to understand.
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    Never subject yourself to just one book or...

    Never subject yourself to just one book or resource, since you can learn useful information from everything, even if it is a fairly bad source. Check out all the articles here at ibreathe. There are...
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    The biggest rude awakening is when you see a...

    The biggest rude awakening is when you see a really, really good player play right in front of you. It is very good that you are optimistic, but don't speak too soon... :D Honestly, you don't need...
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    That's weird... It says right on MI's website...

    That's weird... It says right on MI's website that George Lynch teaches there. Liars!
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    Floating bridges are frustrating to say the...

    Floating bridges are frustrating to say the least. I blocked mine off. Changing the strings can be a hassle, but it just takes time to get used to.
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    Nope, I read on MI's site that George Lynch...

    Nope, I read on MI's site that George Lynch Teaches there, and MI is the name of the college, and GIT is the name of the program.
    http://www.ibreathemusic.com/article/156 This is Eric V's article...
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    I'm thinking it might have somthing to do with...

    I'm thinking it might have somthing to do with bad grounding, loose wiring, either in your pedal, your guitar, or even bad patch cords. The simplest things can just screw everything up...
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