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Fordpunk

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  1. Thanks all for the replies, I think I have a handle on it now. I'm a beginner level player so I'm mostly using DD, but I have noticed on the songs I know really well the note dropping is sort of annoying. I usually just play through that part. I can see how non DD can be useful now, and will probably grab both versions of some. Thanks for telling me about the convert to tab tool as well - I suck at reading tab but I can slowly make it out and then practice the parts I need to learn. Right now the biggest thing I like about DD is being able to 'try' songs and sort of get the groove down without having to worry about chords and chord changes I don't know anyway. Appreciate the help.
  2. FNG here, really enjoying the site - it has added to my enjoyment of RS and learning already. I couldn't find an answer to this question. What is the purpose of non-DD songs? I see many comments saying they 'prefer non-DD' or offering both options. I understand that playing slow at 100% is really useful for learning, but I also like the DD option for learning new techniques/songs. What is the point of having non-DD? Doesn't a DD song include everything the non-DD does and then some? I can see if adding it is difficult, but why offer non or both versions - is there an advantage to the non-DD versions I am missing? PC user if that makes a difference. Thanks in advance, I just want to make sure I am not missing something here that could be useful.
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