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 Post subject: Good stuff Sir N
PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2004 5:20 am 
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wished I could understand it.

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Indeed good stuff.

David, why don't you record your lecture with the G and use your guitar to demonstrate what you are doing? You could make them short, maybe 5 or 10 minute lectures, and then send them to Pete to put up on Radio G. I really think that would be interesting.

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Check out Bass Player mag current edition where Nathan East talks about a DVD he's put out about bass playing. People get rich when they put their knowledge to use like that, and there's a real market for books plus CD vis a vis "Guitar recording Techniques".
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Thanks guys. I think I'll give that a shot and put something down. The next thing I was going to post was about chords to use with different modes. I'll get it on cd or heck, maybe even a quicktim/windows media player format.


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It's VERY interesting.

I'll definitely look into it.

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