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Unread 04-06-2006, 10:47 PM   #46
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Oh my gosh that just makes me want to SCREAM!!!!

Man, that's about as bad as that whole learn-to-play-like-Jimi-Hendrix-and-all-the-other-guitar-players-who-spent-twenty-something-years-doing-what-they-do dealio!!!


*takes a deep breath*



Man, I've gotta get into the real world, I shouldn't be this mad about it. I dunno, that's just lazy! That's probably not very open-minded of me, but that severely restricts what you can do on a guitar if you plan on sticking to that.


42 bucks?!?!?!?! And that's without the gift wrap option!

I dunno what guy is going to say to all his friends, "Hey, look what I got!"

*imagines it being stuck to his guitar*

Ugh. Make it go away...

There's an interesting little tag line at the end.

"Fulfill your dream to play the guitar like an expert..."
How many famous guitar players stick to just four chords that could be changed up with just a single finger? Not many. Could be as simple as Third Day or the Beatles or as complicated as Joe Satriani, but I don't even see Third Day or the Beatles having any practical use for this (and that's the simplest I know of). Also, those who are known as experts are known as experts because of their musical mastery (a skill which I hypothesize you would need to be able to use this revolutionary capo correctly) and a great sense for the entire fretboard. I'm sorry, I just don't see any well-known guitarists having use for this.

Ugh, still can't get the picture out of my head!

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Unread 04-07-2006, 03:40 AM   #47
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Hey, you can get it on Ebay for $19.99! But wait... There's more... Get the demonstration video here. Actually I could see my 7 year old liking this but I am going to make him learn the hard way

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Unread 04-07-2006, 09:44 AM   #48
Dining alone tonight
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Originally Posted by Casey
that's pretty elitist of you two. Who are you to say that learning that chord progression is a must? You sound like those old fogies that try to teach kids classical when their parents buy them guitar lessons, and all the kids ever wanted to was rock.
That's not what I'm saying at all. Those chords are some of the easiest ones in existence. If you're too lazy to learn those chords and instead take the shortcut (i.e. this thingy), you won't have the dedication to go anywhere with your guitar playing.

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Unread 04-07-2006, 10:58 AM   #49
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simply not true. Read the story of the guitarist from system of a down.
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Unread 04-07-2006, 01:28 PM   #50
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man, that is so sad. i think i might cry...
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