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08.11.2013
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Sun Aug 11, 2013 8:38 am | jump to post

Thanks for your experience. I had a feeling that was the case about being left hand only. I know they don't plug in. I was thinking the same way about getting some practice here and there but I'm so new I'm still on picking practice. I agree the shred neck is much bigger and more trouble to carry around. I also saw the pignose travel guitar looks very interesting and not much bigger than the shred neck. My main interest is getting some more practise time in to my daily responsibilities. Same as ...
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Sun Aug 11, 2013 7:15 am | jump to post

That does look handy for practice in the madness of modern life. I was wondering how the spacing on the strings is in terms of right hand practice? The videos I saw only show the guy playing with his thumb and looked like he was mostly practicing his left hand/chromatic shapes. Do you feel like it's useful for picking exercises? Do you use it with a strap? Maybe I should change my handle to "questiondaddy" lol. One more please.Have you guys seen the shred neck? A bit bigger than this but looks...
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Sun Aug 11, 2013 6:59 am | jump to post

Thanks. I'm usually more of a reader/lurker on forums. but I do have a few basic questions may be redundant but I can't find answers. 1. Should I always be plugged in to an amp? I mean If i'm just practicing my picking exercises with a metronome (that's all I'm doing right now) Should I always plug in? I'm thinking of getting a clip on amp 9v batt type that I can clip on my strap.2. How uncomfortable (Pain) should I push through? Is it helpful or hurtful to keep exercising when there is a lit...

08.08.2013
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