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Name: dave
Occupation: construction, flatwork concrete
Hobbies: guitar, fishing,pissing people off.
Date registered 06.30.2010
Date of birth: 13. December 1976
Last online: 01.29.2013
Sex: male

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walleyedave has replied to a post
Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:01 am | jump to post

Guitar basics 101. A couple weeks material? If done correctly, you would never master guitar basics 101. Always room for improvement. Always.

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Thu Dec 29, 2011 1:13 pm | jump to post

I played for 15 years anchoring my pinky and index finger of my right hand to the body or pick guard. I have spent the last year working HARD on using a closed fist. It has been very, very hard for me to break this habit. And i STILL catch myself anchoring( especially playing live). I think it will take another year before i can fully get rid of my anchoring habit. But, It is worth it. Good things come hard. This site is a lifetime,a LIFETIME of knowledge.

walleyedave has replied to a post
Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:55 pm | jump to post

Ursin,,,I watched all of your videos. You fucking rock !! And you lend people your ideas and insight,,,,,and that is very cool!
walleyedave has replied to a post
Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:51 pm | jump to post

I think that anyone interested in improving their picking tecnique should probably try holding the pick in Many different ways, and not worry about one specific grip,,,,,my point was that everyones pick will go out of place,,,and learning how to move your pick while playing(especially live) will benefit alot more than trying to learn one certain grip that would keep you from losing pick control.

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Tue May 31, 2011 8:06 pm | jump to post

Everybodys pick moves out of position,,,,dont over analyze it, its not a big deal. You lose yer grip,,,you get it back,,,life goes on!

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Wed Feb 23, 2011 5:56 am | jump to post

I played in one of the bigger cover bands in my area for the last 2 years. I quit because i just couldnt take playing Other peoples stuff for hours on end. Thats besides the point. You may laugh, or blow this off, but from over 200-300 shows i can safely say that one bands songs blew everyone out every time we played them, no matter how young or old the crowd was. Ready? Rage against the machine!! Yes, thats right. We did a 3 song medley of rage that lit the stage uo no matter what, no matter wh...

walleyedave has replied to a post
Tue Feb 15, 2011 7:14 pm | jump to post

CHINA! WTF! I checked out the clips on you tube,,,sounded pretty damn good. What ever happened to the good old days,,when everything was made in Taiwan!! Let me know when ya play one Ursin,,,,just curious, have a buddy in Florida that swears these things are the bees knees, but Nobody here carries em.

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Mon Feb 14, 2011 8:41 pmJet City Amps

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Wed Jan 19, 2011 5:15 am | jump to post

I have sperzels on an ibanez 520sz, and i think they are pretty good, although i think that gotoh( not sure if i spelled it right) are better. They are regular tuners, but seem really good. And i think they are a little cheaper. Musicians friend has all kinds, and they ship cheap and fast. you get what you pay for,,,,,,,usually!

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Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:21 am | jump to post

FRaKh,,,I actually bought a boss rc-20 since my last post. Got it on craigs list for a bill. I think i have this whole idea figured out, with the help of my friend joe, who has teched for limp bizkit, 311, foo fighters etc etc. The first drawback is that when looping live(with my band), if they are not getting loud guitar in their monitors, it is hard for them to stay in time whem im using loops. The other problem, which was huge, was this. If you place the looper in front of your pedalboard, yo...


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