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Eddie 70

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  1. I was looking through my song manager and did not see the file you are referring to. Working on trying to fix my issue with CLDC not playing after tuning.
  2. Cool song. I loved this when it came out and have not thought about it for years. Now you got me going to look for it. Akimbo alogo if I remember correctly.
  3. I remember turning 18. Enjoy!!
  4. Added to the list. Only one in Tennessee right now.
  5. I am playing on PS3 and PC. I have CLDC on my PC version but I prefer playing on my PS3. Its not jailbroke but I would like to see a video on how to do it.
  6. I have BF also and I like how the strings/notes come at you better. Also, BF has better scale practice than RS. RS has better songs though. Agreed on the scales practice for BF. I have played the C minor pentatonic several times at level 4 and love it. I was able to get 164 note streak. Pitch Accuracy was 95% Timing Accuracy was 93% Highest Multiplier was 99 My score wound up being 733,858 5 stars and 95% The way this is done in BF makes me want to practice scales in game. Scale Racer makes me hate the thought of trying to practice using the game. Scale Warriors is somewhat better.
  7. I have 4. Been playing about 20 months. My first was a Squire Strat that my wife bought me for Christmas as a surprise. I bought myself a 2013 Fender American Deluxe Strat that has hardly any use. I was given a Ibanez copy from a friend. Last summer I bought myself an Epiphone Les Paul 60's Tribute+. It is my current everyday guitar.
  8. I have it on PS3 and went the same route as Jamie. I saw a sale on Steam that had it for $15 so I jumped on it. Now I have it on my laptop and PS3.
  9. I have BF also but I like RS so much better.
  10. Is there a way that one of you wizards of the CDLC could make something up that is made up of the different patterns of the different scales. Say maybe a version that starts out on the minor pentatonic scale and runs through the 5 patterns then speeds up does it again. It might even have the same pattern more than once but in increasing tempo. There could be different scales and have them be different CDLC It wouldn't be for everyone but it could be a good lesson for those of us that are new. Any thoughts or ideas?
  11. Nice work. I was watching this thinking you were in Session mode till the song ended. Good job.
  12. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v399/Eddie70/Guitar%20Stuff/DSC04730_zpse1d86636.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v399/Eddie70/Guitar%20Stuff/DSC04729_zpse86e3608.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v399/Eddie70/Guitar%20Stuff/DSC04732_zps307ac477.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v399/Eddie70/Guitar%20Stuff/DSC04733_zpsca61f8bc.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v399/Eddie70/Guitar%20Stuff/DSC04734_zps69dccd29.jpg
  13. I have an Epiphone Les Paul 60's Tribute Plus and play it every day. I am very happy with it. It is a solid body and pretty heavy. It has Gibson USA pickups and electronics in an import guitar. I am new to guitar and couldn't see spending the money on a Gibson just yet. This guitar played well right out of the box. I have since had it set up and it plays even better to me. Having said that, I am wanting a Gibson for whatever reason. I may be better than I was a year ago, but I am still not $2000 dollars better. I also have a Fender American Deluxe Strat that I thought I had to have. I bet in the time I have had it, I have probably put 10 hours into the guitar. Sweetwater wants $1700 or so for the guitar now. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v399/Eddie70/Guitar%20Stuff/DSC04731_zps6f7c6213.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v399/Eddie70/Guitar%20Stuff/DSC04732_zps307ac477.jpg
  14. I had thought about this as a game because for me Scale Racer sux. It speeds up quickly too fast and each time you crash you must start over. You choose the scale you want to practice for example, I thought maybe the game might start out on a pentatonic scale at position 1. Then move to position 2, to 3, etc... After you make it through the entire set of patterns it moves up in speed and then runs back through the 5 positions. Or you could choose to run just the one pattern and have it step up in speed each time you make it through correctly. If you miss, it makes you run through the pattern again at that same speed. You choose the starting speed and whether or not it speeds up or stays the same throughout the practice run.
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