Profile for Nick Gunar

Nick Gunar



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Name: Sébastien Hurlet
Location: Liège - Belgium
Occupation: English Teacher
Hobbies: Music, Guitar, Cinema, Foreign Languages and Cultures
Date registered 10.25.2010
Date of birth: 9. July 1985
Last online: 11.19.2010
Sex: male


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E-mail Susumu_Terajima@hotmail.com



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11.19.2010
Nick Gunar has replied to a post
Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:52 pm | jump to post

The thing that really bugs me is the power and stamina to the detriment of agility (fluidity?) when using grips. Is that really so?I don't use them but think of trying, hence my poll lol.

11.19.2010
Nick Gunar has created a new topic in the forum
Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:55 amPoll : Pinky Strengthening device?
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Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:44 am | jump to post

Instead of looping the video in your browser, you just have to copy it in your hard disk. You have addons with Mozila Firefox to download video on youtube and in Internet Explorer, once the video is downloaded, it is in the Internet Temporary Files (in the internet option - history).Then you play with your video player again and again, it is very handy (you can, with some programw, put the video in slow motion when it gets tough ;)).

10.28.2010
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Thu Oct 28, 2010 1:34 am | jump to post

I wasn't saying which one is better than the other, I was just asking out of curiosity :). But thank you uderoche for your reply, as I thought, as long as you stay in the scale, you can do whatever you want.

10.26.2010
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Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:08 am | jump to post

Hello everyone,I couldn't find a thread about the G Major 7 Position (3 NPS) so I take this thread to ask a question; In the book "Guitar Grimoire" by Adam Kadmon (thanks to pebber brown for mentionning this book in his videos), on page 21, there are the 7 positions of the G Major. However, the first position (for pebber brown as in his G_Major_7_Position_LARGE.pdf) or the seventh (for Adam Kadmon) is slightly different for the B and the lower E strings. There are 3 wholesteps for Adam Kadmon's ...



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