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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. Very Nice.. congrats.. what a pair!
  2. Great work by all here including Steves continued involvement.. .. Thank You and Kudos.. Yes it was a shame.. but as we know they did not care
  3. Or I have heard good things about Bugera V22 new less than $400.00 : Building on Bugera's original and inspired V22 amp design, the impressively full-featured and handbuilt, 22W, 2-Channel Vintage V22 Infinium tube combo amplifier not only exudes vintage sound and style, but possesses modern features that will launch your tone into the sonic stratosphere. Loaded with three 12AX7 preamp and two EL84 power tubes, this incredible boutique-style powerhouse gives you the flexibility of two independent channels and selectable reverb, both switchable via the included heavy-duty footswitch. Add to this to the revolutionary Infinium Tube Life Multiplier Technology and amazing 12" Turbosound speaker, and the Vintage V55 Infinium becomes one extraordinarily versatile tone-machine that is ideally-suited for the studio, stage, practice room and concert hall! The Vintage V22 Infinium features true Class-A technology with a three 12AX7 front-end and two EL84 tube power stage. A masterfully crafted all-tube combo amplifier, the V22 provides sweetly-balanced harmonics and natural tube compression, resulting in the warm distortion and break-up you™ve come to appreciate from those treasured vintage amplifiers of yesteryear.
  4. what about this one ref Jazz: Price Range $350 - $450 Weight 32 lbs. (14 kg) Wattage 60W Type Solid-State Amp (with amp emulation) Speaker Custom designed 12" speaker Cons Jack input is a bit fragile. Pros Very portable because of its size. Includes quality digital guitar effects: delay, reverb, chorus, phase, flanger and tremolo. Amp emulation: 9 COSM amp models (including the JC-120).. Cheap.
  5. also over the years I have found using strengthening balls or squeeze items to strengthen your right and left hand helps. Those are muscles you are not used to using and fatigue easily . It will come in time.. most have been through this at some point and time.
  6. Thanks for sharing.. very nice the way he has 3 screens at one time and explains all he does.
  7. Old Guy " How many guitars do I need to own before I start sounding any good? " How funny my thoughts exactly.. I have 7 and still suck LOL ! But having fun...
  8. Very nice.. thanks for sharing!
  9. Welcome Diane B.. now lets talk about your compensation so we have equality for all.. we don't need any issues on this site come on guys that was a joke! LOL
  10. Very cool .. love how easy it makes it look and fun too!
  11. and now I know where all my Picks went! Thanks for clearing that mystery up for me... LOL !
  12. Totally agree with Neil and others all great comments.. now as you move along it is customary to treat yourself to a new guitar.. as a suggestion also look for good and great guitars on closeout.. someone in the old forum found all of us a Takamine EAN 40c at Musicians Friend with hard-shell case for $300.00 . I also bought a Epiphone SG 400 Pro as a scratch and dent from Sweetwater for a couple hundred dollars.. nothing wrong or visible just was played in the store. I had them all professionally set up by my Luthier.. enjoy and welcome !

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