I think I may have figured out recording for electric guitar; I’m still a little unsure of solos, but as far as I can tell I’ve gotten the riff/rhythm to sound good. Only thing to do now is go to sleep and hope it still sounds good in the morning.
In similar news, whenever I save up enough…
Looking forward to the new implementations of an electric guitar with brilliant clarity, man. :)
& the ukelele was actually the 1st musical instrument I’ve ever properly learned.
Basically at the age of 9,
after watching The School Of Rock on DVD with my dad, he decided to teach me Smoke On The Water by Deep Purple on the 1st musical instrument he’d ever learned to play.
& that was his hundreds-of-years-old ukelele.
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After 2 months of learning some new chords & songs, he’d decided that I get into the “big leagues” & taught me how to play the guitar.
He told me that the chords on the guitar were basically “larger versions” of the chords he taught me on the ukelele.
So if you’re looking into implementing more ukelele into some more of your future material & I was to give you a lil’ bit of the “swapped” info my dad gave me,
it’s that chords on the ukelele are basically “shrunken versions” of the 1s on the guitar.
& to make things a lil’ less intimidating & troublesome, if I’m not mistaken they’re just the D, G, B & high-E strings on a very limited amount of frets.
So I assume you can use some of your spare time to practice & learn the ukes on your standard everyday guitar.
& I also got a small harmonica at around the age of … 10, 11?
But I never really had much use for it other than playing I Should’ve Known Better by the Beatles.
Now I don’t even know where it is anymore. :\
But yeah, I’m very excited to hearing the new implementations of ukeleles, harmonicas & clear electric guitars on your music.
& I’ve said it before but I’ll beat a dead horse to relieve some of your stress.
I won’t coax you into revealing any new material ‘cause I believe it’s best you do that on your own terms.
Plus I prefer to constantly wait in anticipation & finally be surprised & satisfied when the new songs &/or album come out.
It just makes the wait more special & worthwhile. :)