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soy.el.che  
26 May 2007 19:04 | Quote
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how did you got to know this great site??
Admin  
28 May 2007 07:27 | Quote
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Most of traffic is coming from google and msn... but anyway I would like to know that too ;)
mightydave  
28 May 2007 09:58 | Quote
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google:D
Pascus  
28 May 2007 15:05 | Quote
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I was looking for some chords (using Google), so I found (and bookmarked) this website.
And after a few days I discovered this "Forums" button.
Zete  
29 May 2007 01:12 | Quote
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google :)
blackholesun  
29 May 2007 05:41 | Quote
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i googled metronome for my mate, who doesnt have one and i thought he should use one.
Mici  
29 May 2007 08:36 | Quote
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Somebody from the US told me about it, but I didn't bookmark it or something, so I forgot about it after a while(didn't know about the forum yet). And then I searched for a metronome from Yahoo!, and here I was again.
soy.el.che  
8 Jun 2007 21:09 | Quote
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this is an interesting question, keep posting
mugen608  
14 Jun 2007 00:30 | Quote
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google, while looking for some scales
LePilar  
14 Jun 2007 00:42 | Quote
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Julian made me sign up.
mjfarmz  
14 Jun 2007 16:44 | Quote
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looing for jazz scales upon the googler
magus  
15 Jun 2007 12:35 | Quote
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i only recently found this through stumbleing
radium88  
16 Jun 2007 09:59 | Quote
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GOOGLE!!!!!

Wat would the world be like with out Google???
lol :p
shredder101  
16 Jun 2007 21:11 | Quote
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i got to know this website from a guitarist friend..
chunter41  
18 Jun 2007 18:32 | Quote
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stumbled onto it. Pretty cool though.
Mici  
20 Jun 2007 06:33 | Quote
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@radium88
A world without Google...It would be just the same, I use Yahoo!, and it's better.
league  
21 Jun 2007 04:12 | Quote
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I was searching for a tuner for my acoustic about three years ago.
league  
21 Jun 2007 04:12 | Quote
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yahooooooooo!
tAUG  
5 Jul 2007 06:10 | Quote
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google of course, I was surfiin' around and there it was. Pretty good site, even tho most of the scales that you find here are worthless haha
Afro_Raven  
6 Jul 2007 08:12 | Quote
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@tAUG

Sorry dude, but this is probably the first time I have completely disagreed with someone on this site.
On the contrary, practically every single scale on this site has a use. They all come from different cultures with different types of music. Many of these cultures and countries make music that to us sounds 'dissonant' and unusual.
But isn't that great? If all the music in all the world used the same types of scales and chords it would be boring as FUCK. I mean, the state of the UK's modern music industry is a prime example, particularly pop songs which 'must' all be written to a specific format in order to achieve a specific emotion or effect. If I'm not mistaken, your profile picture is that of the legendary Zappa, who was about as wild and far-out as guitarists get (with the possible exception of his fellow player, Steve Vai) in terms of composition and performance.
So, sorry about that, but this site is a goldmine of potential sounds and songs that are not 'worthless', you've just gotta have an open mind and be willing to try it.

Take it easy,
Afro
KuulusDimka  
19 Jul 2007 13:18 | Quote
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In Estonia, we have a site, rate.ee, which is the most popular. Around 1/3 of whole Estonian nationality has a user in it. Soo, there'sa club, called "Kitarr" ("guitar" in Estonian). There was a topic about guitarsites. And there it was...
Doz  
20 Jul 2007 10:13 | Quote
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@Afro_Raven: I agree, but I think he meant that most people are likely to not even touch them under normal circumstances. Although even then, it's still good to have them their just incase.

Found it through Google, I think.
mmsb13  
21 Jul 2007 20:37 | Quote
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google !
mattmurray  
21 Sep 2007 00:33 | Quote
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I wanted to learn something other than major, natural minor, and blues scales to add some variety to my lead work...Searched "guitar scales" in msn search and this was the first thing that came up.


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