I just got one from a friend who's cousin quit playing. It came with a bunch of tab books.
My question, is this looper worth keeping? My knowledge is zero on pedals. There is no instruction manual.
As a beginner is it helpful to play or jam with advanced players?
I feel if may be helpful for someone experienced to watch what I'm doing, maybe give some advice on where I can improve....or maybe I get their bad habits?? :)
I tried a group once but that did not go well. Also the few teachers...
Good Morning....I have an old (from the nineties ?) fender frontman reverb amp that sounds as if it needs a speaker. I thought this could make an inexpensive practice amp.
Any suggestions for a decent cheap replacement speaker would be appreciated.
I'm sure some of the more seasoned players know this but to me it's very helpful.
Aside from the tuner aspect it's a great way to learn the fretboard. I don't need to keep looking at a chart then back at the fretboard, I can just play a note and it lights up on the tuner.
Pretty cool to me.:dude:
Strumming a good even tempo and changing chords is a problem for me. Once I start it's as if my hand forgets how to form the chords and my picking hand can't keep an even strum.
Any exercises or advice would be appreciated.
First off apologies if this is the wrong area.
At seventy I just started playing guitar. I was invited to join a group of guys that jam. I see these guys on a daily basis so they aren't actually strangers. I show up to and they start asking about my guitar. I tell them it's a Gibson Les Paul...