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  • This Month's Live Streaming Guitar Lessons: TUESDAY JULY 2ND - PLAYING BY EAR - HEARING CHORD CHANGES. One of the most important guitar skills is to hear chord changes and be able to play them by ear. With a little bit of training you can listen to songs and understand what chords are being played. TUESDAY JUL 16TH ITALIAN GUITARIST ALBERTO LOMBARDI. Alberto Lombardi is a versatile guitarist, has been put among the 8 new guitarists to watch in 2018 by Vintage Guitar Magazine, voted in the top 10 emerging guitarists in the world by Guitar Masters Poland in 2015, released instructional courses and records for Stefan Grossman, toured germany with Peter Finger e Tim Sparks, Played in the US, Belgium, Portugal, and has been a Taylor guitars artist for many years, player for the brand big events like NAMM show. Major guitar magazines featured Alberto's work, like Acoustic Guitar, Vintage Guitar Magazine, Fingerstyle Journal and more. Watch LIVE on our Guitar Gathering YouTube Channel. It's going to be a great month! Learn all you can!


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  1. I was out of town last weekend and had a very busy week. I'm finally getting back on here. I'll work on the bass tomorrow as I'll have no more free time in the coming weeks. The new drum track sounds good and easier to follow!
  2. I'm not familiar with what an intermediate mix is. Is it the same as having both the rhythm guitar & drums mixed down into one track? If so, that would be helpful if it's not too much to ask otherwise I was just going to align the separate drum and rhythm guitar tracks in my daw and record from there.
  3. Thanks Mandy for the rhythm track. I'll have some free time to work on the bass track this weekend.
  4. learn to sing and recognize the low E pitch when you hear it. if you have this pitch correctly, all other strings should be in tune accounting that you dont have any structural issues on the guitar like intonation.
  5. thank you for setting up the new collaboration!
  6. Thanks! I would love to join in. I stepped away from the computer the other day when I was asking if the collabs were active and just got a chance to get back on here. Wow, yall move fast as i saw a new collab started. I hope you get some relief from your ailments soon. I totally understand how that can be in regards to playing.
  7. Was this the most recent collaboration? I haven't been around often but I did always enjoy the chance to work on these group songs. I would love to do another one if there is still any interest.
  8. Probably cost ineffective repair for a cheap combo amp and I don't know any electronic repairs in the area.
  9. Thanks everyone for your advice. I'm looking into all the options mentioned above. I'm thinking of getting a modeler and either a tube amp or solid state or frfr. I'll just run the bass through the guitar setup and play on a really low volume for practice. It should be ok.
  10. I was just browsing on Musician's Friend for 4 string basses. No purchase today but once I get a past a certain lesson in the course, it will be reward time.
  11. Hey, I'm looking for a combo amp that I can run my electric guitar & electric bass through. I've tried the Peavey Vypyr VIP 1-3 models and all have been major disappointments. The one I bought & returned has a high pitch whine & static sound whenever the master volume is turned on. The display models in a local music store all presented with the same issues. I think it's no coincidence that that many models indicate some faulty problems straight from the factory. The reason I'm looking to shoot two birds with one stone is to clean up clutter with my current amps and get down to a much simpler setup. Additionally my current amps Ampeg Ba-108 has a non-working aux input (I use this feature heavily) while my Kustom KG1 lacks sufficient tone controls. I'm wondering if I should just get a decent 12" bass combo amp and run an electric guitar through it? Or maybe a keyboard amp since it should cover a broader range of frequencies?

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