Question by Jennifer: How do you start to learn guitar?
I am going to start to learn to play the electric guitar after Christmas (self-teaching). Where can I see the chords or songs to base my learning off of?
Answer by PrairieDog by plucking
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Question by Ankush: is it hard to learn the electric guitar?
is it hard to learn the electric guitar?….how many months can it take to learn it fully?
and how much can a electric guitar cost…a squier fender stratocaster?
Answer by Aye – Jay No not really my dad learned it what can i say hes not the brightest thing ever
Question by Zbum: Where can I learn how to correctly wire a Z train layout?
I have a large layout and it has been wired but I’m not sure I have the best wire job I could have. Now I have time and want to do it correctly.
Answer by Steven D Here’s the basics published by Kalmbach / Model Railroader.
Lucky you! My trains are still packed from the westward move! Model railroading lasts a lifetime.
Question by nathandasenbrock: What guitar is the easiest to learn on?
Right now i play the electric bass but I want to learn normal guitar. What guitar will be the easiest to learn on but not cost alot of money.
Answer by RoxyGrey801 the guitar hero guitar…sorry I had to say it.
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Question by mistakesfromyesterday: What is the easiest way to learn basic/full guitar scales?
My goal is to learn the basic math or theory behind the most common scales so I can accent different chord progressions in different styles creatively and proficiently. I have been playing guitar for 12 years with absolutely no formal training. Everything I can play, I learned by what I hear and what i think i see. Over the years I figured out names of the most common chords. If you can explain the scales in the simplest way you possibly can, please answer in an easy to read format. something like;
if you Tab them out could you please use
thank you in advance.
Answer by John Awesome get a tutor. jdgfjdjgajfpdjfpojsafdpjasfpjasjdfj
Question by Ukeles: Can I become more flexible so I can learn Wushu Kung Fu?
I’m twenty two and I want to learn Wushu Kungfu. I don’t want to be a professional at it or anything but I would like to get to a good level. It’s my dream to learn and I also want to get fit and be healthy. I just want to know if twenty two is too old to be getting into martial arts and if it’s possible to become more flexible at this age. My assumptions are that when you’re a kid your still growing and can train your body to be flexible but when you an adult your bones “set” and you can’t ever become more flexible than you are. But I think of people who take up yoga and they seem to become more flexible so I’m wondering what’s true or not. Do I have even a moderate chance of being good at Wushu?
Right now my flexibility level is touching my toes with no bent knees but not much than that.
Answer by Tacos Rule! dude you can be more flexible at any age. especially 22
Question by Apropos: Can UK-Trained Osteopaths Learn From Science?
Writes an osteopath calling himself Lightning:
“I also recommend Glucosamine sulphate and chondrotin sulphate to people with Osteoarthritis provided their blood pressure is normal as studies also indicate it is benificial (anecdotally from my own experience it was very effective)”.
Glucosamine and Chondroitin (G+C) was not a typical quack remedy. For several years there was genuine hope the glucosamine and/or chondroitin could be beneficial for treatment of osteoarthritis Alas, several recently concluded large scale trials and meta-analyses have proven conclusively that glucosamine and chondroitin therapy is no better than placebo. Responsible physicians no-longer prescribe G+C.
What’s interesting about the late G+C enthusiasm is that shows how easy it is to fooled by “anecdote and personal experience”. Osteopathic cranks and even ethical physicians saw efficacy where there was none exceeding placebo.
Real physicians will drop G+C. Will UK//Euro-trained osteopaths, and assorted similar poorly-trained wannabe healers learn from this and stop fooling themselves?
“CONCLUSIONS: Compared with placebo, glucosamine, chondroitin, and their combination do not reduce joint pain or have an impact on narrowing of joint space. Health authorities and health insurers should not cover the costs of these preparations, and new prescriptions to patients who have not received treatment should be discouraged.
Answer by Mr E bullshit. said the same thing about vitamin e. dr. charles mayo, although a medical doctor, was into nutrition. a study of his said vit e greatly reduced incidence of heart attack. what your “studies” tell me is that they probably found it was cutting into their dope profits.