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nullnaught  
11 Oct 2011 19:11 | Quote
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Algebra
Domigan_Lefty  
11 Oct 2011 19:14 | Quote
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Since it's revived...
I'm trying to get my ACU pants right so my Sergeant doesn't get madder at me. Also trying to find my Patrol Cap.

I'm also trying to figure out wtf an Eo7 chord is.
MoshZilla1016  
11 Oct 2011 20:55 | Quote
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Eo7 = Edim7
BodomBeachTerror  
11 Oct 2011 21:48 | Quote
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BodomBeachTerror says:
I'm studying the art of getting up at 6 am and doing grunt work for 10 hours every day


Scratch that, 11 hour days now
DanielM  
12 Oct 2011 07:43 | Quote
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I'm studying a degree in AI in university.
macandkanga  
12 Oct 2011 11:42 | Quote
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I'm studying how to refret a fretboard on youtube. Still working on the Hondo II restoration. I've got it all sanded down, hand sanded my own radius around the edges of the body and reshaped the contours. I bought some luthier supplies from Stewmac. A 12" radius sanding block, jumbo fretwire, a black tusq nut and some other stuff.

I'm really enjoying this project!
tinyskateboard  
12 Oct 2011 12:42 | Quote
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Mac, Putting the frets in should be easier than removing them. I'm not great at beveling the edges yet.
nullnaught  
12 Oct 2011 17:13 | Quote
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I'm slowly learning mozarts piano sonata in C right now. For guitar.
V3N0M3333  
12 Oct 2011 20:18 | Quote
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nullnaught says:
I'm slowly learning mozarts piano sonata in C right now. For guitar.


holy sh1t, dude. I AM TOO!!! and a WHOLE lotta bach...right now im on prelude No. 2 in Cmin from the well tempered clavier book vol. 1 (im gonna learn EVERY piece in that book)

how far along are you?
nullnaught  
12 Oct 2011 21:53 | Quote
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Never as far as i'd like.
matt8675  
14 Oct 2011 17:39 | Quote
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Im trying to memorize all the Harmonic Minor modes. Almost got it.
RA  
14 Oct 2011 18:50 | Quote
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@matt8675 not going to argue with you but Why? Only a few are even stable keys memorize just those look up the rest if needed.


RA  
14 Oct 2011 18:59 | Quote
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RA  
14 Oct 2011 19:04 | Quote
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normally I would not post these as what I'm going to assume your going to do is just memorizes them(BAD!!!) but there is your reference so no need memorize them only the important ones. The real point of the chart is to show the relationships between the modes. Ere go no whole tone or such as the relationship is always mediant


also may have errors I caught i few in the past and I don' know what version this is. I think this may be one of the originals not the good one I didn't go through them all just scanned the frist one in the pile of musical crap. yeah diff an early as aeolian has a b6 but there's homework for you; the top scale is correct for all of them, but neapolitan I Know leading whole is correct and neapolitan minor I don't know (haven't memorized any) I think that scale is secondary dominate of the phrygian mode but I don't know the name of it just play it and to lazy to think what mode it would be. So don't look them up to check would it out with the known scale.


Ha I had to figure it out (bugging me) but Neapolitain minor is the right one and the secondary dominate of the Phrygian mode so there you go. I play a scale and have no clue what it is called (and it is the important one the set is named after) who needs memorization.
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