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Thread: Time for a silly thread...

  1. #1
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    Time for a silly thread...

    Hey dudes, hope you're all rockin' well.

    Just was thinking about guitar- as you do. For me, I remember when I first tried to play a guitar it was super hard and uncomfortable and then you gradually get more comfortable. Well I don't know if it was the same for you, but one day you pick up your guitar and you just merge with her and become one??? All of a sudden, you're pulling insane tricks and your vibrato technique rocks. Your left hand has become accurate and looks gd/ professional on the fretboard...

    Well anyway, I noticed this after I started to learn scales and improvise..... I've been playing for eight years nearly (not long compared to some of you) but my guitar seems to be an extension of arm at times and I can just get really into a piece, ya no?

    So whats the point of this post??................................. I don't really know, I just think that guitar(s) totally rock my world, and I thought I'd let you know.....

    Peace out

    Don't stop rockin' fellow DUDES!
    Don't Stop Rockin'!

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    ..........and the sailors say Brandy, you're a fine girl,..............
    -sorry, you did say silly

    I'm happy for your enthusiasm !! (sp?)

    Is it just me, or does anyone else sit outside on Halloween night, waiting for the Great Pumpkin to arise from thier garden ??


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