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Unread 02-19-2015, 09:32 PM   #16
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I ended up getting the Ibanez and ordered a Zoom B3 from amazon, so I should be have a good start. Thanks for the help.
I quite liked the G3 (guitar version of the B3) so you should have a lot of fun with it. Try not to rely too much on the batteries though, I had a few problems with the G3.

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Unread 03-16-2015, 08:35 AM   #17
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I've enjoyed the bass and the B3. I don't think I'm getting too lost in the effects. I've found a couple basic sounds that sound good, and I'm sure sound better than if I was going direct. I bought one of those Hal Leonard books 1,2,3 method and am about 50 pages into it, so having the music background already has sped things along.

I do want to get an extra set of strings to have on hand. Any suggestions? Should I go light or medium strings on that Ibanez tr600? What picks do you like? I want to be versatile, so I'm learning with fingers and with a pick.
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