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What are some popular rock songs that are easy to play on the guitar?

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Question by xXI Captain IXx: What are some popular rock songs that are easy to play on the guitar?
I just purchased my first electric guitar and I’m pretty excited to start playing some songs. I’ve already learned Rock You Like A Hurricane and Paranoid. Smoke On The Water is a given, but what are some other popular rock songs that can be learned fast on the guitar?

Best answer:

Answer by Yes, Truth is Absolute
any acdc, zepplin, nirvana, blink 182, green day stuff is a good bet, most punk stuff or classic rock in general.

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How to install easy reliable model train track wiring on your layout

Thursday, October 25th, 2012 Model Railroader magazine Executive Editor Andy Sperandeo shows you how he makes the track on his home model railroad layout electrically reliable. He’ll show you how he solders wire feeders to the rails, bus wires, and track switches for good contact and smooth operation. Follow Andy’s tips and you’ll be on your way to trouble-free opeation on your own layout, whether it’s a 4×8 or a large layout like Andy’s or Model Railroader’s MR&T.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

How to make a model railway layout easy

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Ive made my layout from foam and plaster. The trees are plastic from aquerium. The shrubs and grass are saw dust. please go to this web sit WWW.Arizona Rock and Mineral Company.COM they have everything you need for your layout to look realistic from gravel and grass to bush and trees.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Bon Jovi – You Give Love a Bad Name – Easy Rock Guitar Lesson – How to Play Electric Guitar Songs

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

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HOW TO MAKE REALISTIC MODEL TREES. Fast, easy and very cheap. A tutorial.

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Here’s a quick model tree tutorial describing how I create my scale trees. They will add a lot to any model train set or diorama. I use these on my stop motion movie sets. Hope this helps some people! Thanks
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Flex track or Easy snap track for model trains?

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

Question by monsterman2488: Flex track or Easy snap track for model trains?
I just got started in Model Railroading, and have instantly become fond to it. But I don’t know what I should get? Flex track or the Easy snap track? So far Im thinking Flex track…

Best answer:

Answer by Bobbie Michelle
Flex track is best if you’re able to work with it. It will give you more flexibility because you’re not limited to curves with fixed radii. If you lay it properly, you will have fewer derailments because you will have fewer joints between sections of track. On the other hand, laying flex track takes more skill because you have to cut the track to fit. You probably will need to file and solder to make good joints. And flex track is more or less permanent, so you can’t rearrange it as easily as you could with sectional track. If flex track isn’t right for you, get the better quality sectional track from Atlas or Bachmann that comes with a base. Aside from looking better, the base helps keep the rails aligned properly, which minimizes derailments. Stay away from cheap snap track, it will just give you headaches.

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DCC Made Easy: Digital Command Control for Your Model Railroad (Model Railroader Books)

Monday, September 5th, 2011

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Lionel FasTrack Model Railroads: The Easy Way to Build a Realistic Lionel Layout

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

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Table for Your Trains (Easy Model Railroading Booklets)

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

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Easy Realistic Scenery For Model Railroads Part 5

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

***READ FIRST*** Hello people. In another attempt to make another pathetic video, I show you how to join the scenery of two tables together without it looking like a pathetic mess. In this video I show my method and technique to add vegitation scenery to the layout. The previous video showed you how to prepare the layout for this process. I use woodland scenics fine turf, as well as coarse turf. I use green grass, burnt grass, and light green colors. Since this video I have found that it is a lot easier to make the turf stick by first applying hair spray to the surface, and then apply the turf. Apply more hair spray, then allow it to dry over night. Once it is dry apply scenic cement to seal for good. The next video will show you what it should like when its all done. Thanks for watching, please rate, comment, subscribe, and watch more videos!e

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