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johnnysixstring  
7 Apr 2010 14:17 | Quote
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im mad! i just got home and tryed to play my guitar but my cable was broke! all three of them to be correct. and i need a new one but im broke and have no money at all. i will go insane if i not able to play my guitars, i cant stand it! i might just sell some of my stuff to get some money for a new cable. do you all know i can get a new guitar cable? please help......
gx1327  
7 Apr 2010 14:20 | Quote
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craigslist, there are usually people there throwing away (well, for cheap) extra cables. if not post a message saying you need a cheap cable.
JazzMaverick  
7 Apr 2010 15:37 | Quote
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You do realise you can play guitar even though you don't have a wire, right? You're just playing clean.
johnnysixstring  
7 Apr 2010 18:04 | Quote
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i know it will play clean but i usually play metal and rock i cant stand it without distortion or barely hearing it and my acoustic is a piece of crap.
BodomBeachTerror  
7 Apr 2010 18:09 | Quote
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all of your cords stopped working at the same time? are you its not your guitar or amp?
johnnysixstring  
7 Apr 2010 18:47 | Quote
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the cords were all messed up but not that bad and when i pluged them in they made a loud buzzing noise.
johnnysixstring  
7 Apr 2010 18:47 | Quote
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the amp and guitar work cuz i tryed my friends cord and its just fine.
Reinhardt  
8 Apr 2010 09:00 | Quote
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Try a good acoustic guitar :)
vincejonesiii  
8 Apr 2010 14:00 | Quote
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or.... get some old electrical wire....
and two cable ends... (ones that you can take apart)
and solder the white to the same parts of the cable ends and
then the black or whatever coler is in there ... its gonna be kinda noisy... but at least youll have a bullet proof cord :D
deadman2k666  
8 Apr 2010 15:52 | Quote
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just buy a new chord, its not that expensive, like 10-20 bucks (brand and length dependent)
johnnysixstring  
10 Apr 2010 20:07 | Quote
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its okay now my friends grampa fixed it.
JazzMaverick  
10 Apr 2010 20:53 | Quote
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Duuuuuuuude... -_-

Don't be so narrow minded... PLEASE.

Even the greats who use "heavy distortion" learn to play clean in order to fix their mistakes... if you don't bother doing that ...

Well... it just makes me lose respect for the younger generation.

I'm sure you're fond of it... but come on...
deadman2k666  
10 Apr 2010 20:57 | Quote
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overdrive sounds better, just sayin!
Mici  
11 Apr 2010 06:45 | Quote
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Gotta go with Jazzy on this one.
I just don't get it. Why do you ALWAYS have to use distortion? I understand that you might like it better and everything but when you're cable brakes IT'S NOT SUCH A BIG DEAL. I mean come the hell on...

JazzMaverick says:
Well... it just makes me lose respect for the younger generation.


And believe me, I'm very young myself but I've noticed many kids in my town think the only music worth listening to is heavy metal, death/thrash/black and all the other sorts of metal. And the only "chords" they know are power chords which aren't even chords in the first place.
DANG!
Ozzfan486  
11 Apr 2010 11:50 | Quote
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I totally agree. Thats the way it is around my area too. Kind of sad that no one bothers to do anything else or explore, but, their loss.
deadman2k666  
11 Apr 2010 12:07 | Quote
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well, i find what the problem is the only artists that are willing to play an all ages venue are metal bands. I'm legal age, so i have a choice on where i can go, and what i can see in terms of music. But I also find that my generation is a lot more cultured in terms of music(i'll be 20 in october.) What I think should happen is these 'kids' should have to listen to a couple hours of CBC Radio 2 or CBC Radio 3 a day. These are VERY diverse radio stations, give these 'kids' a little more of an idea of whats out there
Ozzfan486  
11 Apr 2010 13:25 | Quote
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Is it actual radio or can it be picked up online somehow?
deadman2k666  
11 Apr 2010 13:47 | Quote
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i know you can get cbc radio 3 online, im not sure about radio 2 but id probably bet on it being so. just google em
vincejonesiii  
12 Apr 2010 13:28 | Quote
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well whenever i play on stage i use distortion but when i play for me i always play clean so i can fine tune mistakes i made
oh and open mic nights are lots a fun :D
Mici  
12 Apr 2010 14:24 | Quote
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Hey Vince, could you please kinda describe to me what one of those open mic nights is like? I think there's an article about that on Wikipedia but it's different when somebody tells you about their particular experience.


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