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davidbahar  
17 Apr 2008 17:15 | Quote
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maybe someone should put all guitar chords on myspace we could add it to our own friends list, and get more people on the site.

myspace.com/davidbahars
WickedBeast  
17 Apr 2008 18:07 | Quote
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100% agreed
lance  
17 Apr 2008 20:49 | Quote
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networking is always a good thing
soy.el.che  
19 Apr 2008 13:39 | Quote
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sounds nice
les_paul  
25 Apr 2008 12:13 | Quote
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The reason I like this site so well is because it's not that big. If it was as crowded as some of the other sites like UG I probably wouldn't visit the site as often.
league  
25 Apr 2008 13:01 | Quote
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I agree Im still surprised Im still one of the top posters. But then again I have been here like three years.LoL
Doz  
25 Apr 2008 13:24 | Quote
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I agree with LP and League, too many people would make me lose interest.
joe  
25 Apr 2008 13:51 | Quote
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im new here but the reason i joined this and not ug is cos it seems more sort of approachable and you can ask questions without getting a load of stick from "experts" who obvioulsy knew everything from the start.

itd be bad to ruin it by getting too many people.

just my opinion tho.



Notim  
25 Apr 2008 15:56 | Quote
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I also agree to many people are no good..It seems like us that post are allmost becoming Freinds and most of the time have intresting topics also
soy.el.che  
26 Apr 2008 14:26 | Quote
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yeah...... i feel more like friends than "ocassional posters"... i had never lasted so long in a forum website
GRX40  
26 Apr 2008 16:51 | Quote
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joe says:
m new here but the reason i joined this and not ug is cos it seems more sort of approachable and you can ask questions without getting a load of stick from "experts"


I agree, on a big place like UG, if you make a thread with a topic that's already been made, there will be 15 answers with people saying nothing but "use the searchbar, n00b", and it can be discouraging, especially for a new player.
EMB5490  
26 Apr 2008 18:18 | Quote
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i dont have a myspace, but w/e.

ye, we should delete an inactive users account, and keep sorta a member limit eventually maybe? or maybe ther should be a type of account? some ppl just post, some just put licks n lessons on, and some just like using the site, somthing like tht. i also feel ther should be a section, for members only, for members to put well tabbed songs up, and experianced guitar players should just regulate them to make sure they are good tabs. i am afraid tht if the tabs for songs are for non members, the site will become swamped, and thts the llast thing we all want.
league  
26 Apr 2008 18:31 | Quote
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Very true but right now it isnt too bad.
EMB5490  
26 Apr 2008 18:58 | Quote
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true, i just hope it doesnt get outta control. so far we also havnt got nayone whos been like...wow u suck...or like hah! are u kidding?
league  
26 Apr 2008 19:42 | Quote
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Yeah, because I had some amateur questions too like what does a whammy bar do? Now I could tell you what they do and then some. LOL
EMB5490  
26 Apr 2008 20:03 | Quote
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hah! u dont know wut a whammy bar does...its...umm...omg what does it do? lol. i was actually gona ask this b4, i was gona ask what it does to change the tone, making it higher or lower, it has somthing to do with making the strings losser and tighter, am i right?
Doz  
26 Apr 2008 22:06 | Quote
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I can't tell if this question is serious because I didn't read the few posts preceeding it, but it alters the pitch.
EMB5490  
27 Apr 2008 08:31 | Quote
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no it is...i never understood how the whammy works, i heard it shortend or lengthend the strings, am i right?
Doz  
27 Apr 2008 09:29 | Quote
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Well sort of. It released and tightens the tension of the strings. Obviously the strings don't just somehow get longer and shorter, but it makes the distance between the head and the bridge less and more which alters the pitch.
EMB5490  
27 Apr 2008 09:43 | Quote
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ahh....i see
league  
27 Apr 2008 13:49 | Quote
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LOL another question answered here at All-Guitar-Chords! @ Doz my question was not serious but it was when I first posted it like three years ago. I think that was my first topic before that I only posted on a few threads.
Doz  
27 Apr 2008 14:33 | Quote
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Ooh no, I was talkign to EMB.
davidbahar  
28 Apr 2008 08:09 | Quote
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Ok guys i agree, i just thought more may benifit from the site, but yes i can see too many people would take a lot away from the site.

thanks for the feedback
whistlebug23  
21 Jul 2008 14:18 | Quote
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doesn't a whammy move the bridge forward and back?
Nutter166  
21 Jul 2008 14:36 | Quote
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Moves the back end, which the saddles rest upon, up (and down if you have the height on the block).


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