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  1. #16

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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    I play, but I cheat... I play dobro style, (if that's the correct term) in E chord. Had an injury on my left hand that made normal play impossible, but I never really had the coordination anyway. I can rift well enough to keep myself amused, and fool everyone else. :P Got a white Peavey and Peavey amp. Dug up an old Gibson tube type amp, can't wait to try it out. I play trumpet too, but nobody wants to hear trumpets anymore. I still give them a blast on New Years Eve though.

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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    Excavatar...........keep blowing that trumpet. Some of my best memories are of listening to the bands my dad was in as I was growing up. They always had a brass section, played alot of 50s and 60s and rythym&blues. I love to hear brass in a band. Wish you were nearby, we could get together and jam!!! Cheers, Shane
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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    A jam session would be cool. Haven't done that since my friend 'Bear' passed on. He was a professional musician and got me started playing as therapy for the hand. It worked too!

    My Uncle has a music room set up. He's got all these instruments and a 4-track reel to reel recorder. When he's done recording, it sounds like a band, but he was the only one playing.

    What a coincidence, my oldest son is named, Shane.

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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    Cool excavator. I have a music room too. I have a couple of 4 track recorders. I do some home recording like your referring to. I have effects for drums and what not.
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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    I started playing guitar in 1976. I have a 1972 lefty Strat, Digitech GSP20 pro with Foot Controller, and a Peavey Basic 60 amp. Never had a band but jammed once in a while with friends. I never was very good at it but its still fun to make some noise and p!@# off the neighbors! I looked like Jimmy Page when I was in high school and have always loved Led Zep. Still play "Over the hills and far away" for the wife. Thats how I got her to marry me.
    Always been a rock and roller and love the blues (SRV, Gary Moore), but my carpenters fingers won't let me shred. Still fun to try though. Thinking about selling the gear and picking up an acoustic to have something to plunk around on while camping.

    You are never to old to rock.
    Have fun
    Steve


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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    Ibanez 5 string EX bass guitar.
    The most complicated song I knew was Hammer Smashed face by Cannibal Corpse.

    Haven't touched my guitar in 5 years at least.

  7. #22

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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    Just bought another Fender, and I got the old tube type Gibson amp fired up. It doesn't have the wattage I like, but it's a player.

    Here's some inspiration for us, Ana Popovic -playing Navajo Moon

  8. #23

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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    I'm trying to copy Junior Brown, if you like his pickin', check out the other Youtube videos on him. This one has no video, but I'm trying to learn this song, he's got one wild gidfiddle though! 8)


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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    Quote Originally Posted by shanegalang
    I have played guitar for 31 years. My dad was a musician as I was growing up. I have a Fender Strat, Peavey T-15, 12 string Ovation(accoustic electric) and a Ventura accoustic electric as well as a Crate amp, a Peavey Bandit 65 and a key board and 2, 4 track recorders. I love blues and rock and roll preferably 70s rock.
    sweet 12 string. my little brother has a six string acoustic electric ovation, and i have my dad's old ovation celebrity. I'm horrible, but i enjoy playing. now, little brother can wail. dad is good to, when he'll play. he is a life long musician, and we had a music store when I was young. but he is a preacher now, so it's hard to get him to play some old jim croce or something.

    i really like electronic music, and i want an electribe mx 1.

    oh yeah, my dad gave me his clear acrylic bass guitar that he traded a 32 (pistol) for around 1973 when he was working at a pawn shop. i've never even plugged it up, but i've loved that bass since i was a little kid. : )

  10. #25
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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    Play guitar badly. Strat, a couple Normans, Ovation, various amps.

    Have a cherry '57 Hammond B3 I wish I had time to learn some sweet licks on.

    Love the sound of a Strat rockin' with a B3.

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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    I know everybody here is probably way better than me. I started playing a while back, and i learned chords and everything out of a bert casey bluegrass book. I've got the book down pat, where do i go from here. I've learned the intros to sweet child of mine, sweet home alabama, wish you were here, stuff like that and such, off of youtube, but it is to hard to learn the whole song for me, off of youtube. are any of you familiar with bert casey? i like how the book is set up, because it taught me a certain trick to do (hammer ons and such0 and then it would teach me a song. then you would learn another trick and the previous trick would be in that song a s well. there are just to many tricks to learn when you go to learn a whole song off of youtube. am I making sense?

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    "1996" you are making perfect sense. At this point I would keep listening to songs you like and try to learn them by ear. Also when you hear a part you cant seem to learn by ear, google the name of the song and the word "tab" and it will take you to some great free tabs for guitar. Its really easy to read the tabs and take your time learning the song but break it down into parts, learn each "section" of the song. Theres also always lessons at most any music instrument store. They would teach you theory which goes a long way in playing guitar. I never took lessons, learned to play by ear for the most part. Now I am very set in my ways. I don't think I would personally gain much from lessons after 32 years of playing but you on the other hand are "new" from what your saying and you would benefit allot from lessons. Hope I've been helpful. Cheers, Shane
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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    I go to many jam sessions at my favorite lake here on the warmer days. I don't play, but an amateur photographer. We got an awesome surprise one day at a jam......Jack Rain water sat down and started playing with the guys. If any of you are old enough to remember Rock&roll in Detroit in the 70's, then you have heard of Jack. I have several pics of him playing with the guys. He never removes his shades, even when it gets dark. . I wonder why? . Here is one pic of him........NGE This pic is misnamed his name is Jack Rainwater! The other guy, I don't know who he is, and by the way, the silhouette pic is my copyright.
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    Re: Anybody play guitar?

    I sorta play the bass.I have a spector bass guitar and fender strat guitar and I don't play them enough.I also play the drums and quite a bit more than the guitars.When I get mad I take it out on them poor drum heads and my wife hates it

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    I have a nice 12 string Ovation elect/acoustic for sale in the classifieds here if any one is interested. Its listed in classifieds under " everything else". thanks, Shane
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