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About Rockinbiscuit

  • Birthday 03/13/1979

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    Gibson Les Paul Studio 2014 (electric) / Washburn EA15ATB Electro Acoustic
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    Ibanez GSR180

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  1. Happy Birthday Rockinbiscuit!

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  3. That'll be great and very helpful, had to remove some customs recently as they became available to buy so I bought them, and this tool is great so far and coming along nicely :)
  4. First up, thanks for getting this done and polishing it up, it's coming along nicely :) Was there a way to check if a cdlc had been updated via the app??
  5. This was the first thing I thought of :) Lovromon's tagger: http://customsforge.com/topic/20334-tool-cdlc-tagger/ Implimented into the Customs Song Manager would be the icing on the cake :plus1: Thanks very much for this and I'll be keeping an eye on it.
  6. That's some talent you got there Groggy, very nice indeed :) tris
  7. Anymore news on this project? tris
  8. Thank you.... it's been quite an expensive year, though I have had some help, christmas/birthday pressies and money, spent on more guitar gear, (and a bit of debt ;) ) I only started to learn to play last year around the 14th May, and only just got to chords.... went lead on Rocksmith and been learning notes etc.... with tab rather than chords :rolleyes: , but I know A D E G partially C, and obviously picked up some power chords, riffs from rocksmith and tabs etc.... Really having a blast :) Been singing since I was 11 though, my first passion, so was 35 before I started learning the guitar.... now I have I'm never looking back ;) Hehe, we have two cats, Sybil and Sky, Sky's the one in the photo above. She's ferel.... attacks everyone, including the wife, but loves me for some reason and ALWAYS follows me into the back room for some guitar playing B) tris
  9. UPDATED (04/05/15) .... Cleaned up, new pictures and gear. Kit: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/kit.jpg Guitars: Gibson Les Paul Studio 2014 Honeyburst Gloss Chrome http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/gibson.jpg Ibanez GSR180 Electric Bass Guitar in Brown Sunburst http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/ibanez.jpg Washburn EA15ATB Electro Acoustic Guitar Tobacco Burst http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/washburn.jpg Ovation Electro Acoustic - Applause Elite AE4-4 http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/ovation.jpg Straps (With - Schaller Security Strap Locks): Levy's M4GFDBR 3.5-inch Leather and Suede Guitar Strap Levys DM1 Leather Strap, Black Rotosound - Henry Heller Basic Suede Strap (2 Inches, Rust, HBS2-RST) 2x Stagg Seat Belt generic straps Stands, Bags, Cases: Hercules GS301B TravLite Foldable Lightweight Acoustic Guitar Stand 2x Stagg SG108BK Universal Guitar Stands Gibson Gig Bag Black Rat STBGEN20W Western Guitar Gig Bag Black Rat STBGEN20UB Nylon Electric Bass Gig Bag Heavy Duty Music Stand (Amazon) http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/stand.jpg Seating: Gretsch 1883 24 Inch Bar Stool Was going to try and get a Gibson one, but preferred the colour and design of this one. Amplification and Sound: Marshall JMD1 (JMD50) with 6 button foot pedal Harley Benton G212 Vintage (2x Celestial Vintage 30 speakers 12") Orange Crush PiX CR25BX Bass Combo Amp Practice Pack Blackstar Fly 3 (mini amp): http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/Amplification.jpg Kenwood KA-1060 Dug this out a while ago. Old, but still good. Wharfadale Diamond 9.0 Speakers Dug these out a while ago. Old, but still good. Effects devices and pedals Line 6 Pod Pocket Tuner and Capo Snark SN8 supertight all instrument tuner Kyser Electric Guitar Quick Change Capo - Black Recording Hardware: Zoom R8 AKG D5 Dynamic Vocal Mic Samson C01U USB Studio Condenser Mic http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/Effects%20devices%20and%20pedals.jpg Learning Books and other Learning Tools/Video's/sites: The Justinguitar.Com Beginner's Guitar Course (Book & 2 CD'S) The Justinguitar.Com Beginner's Song Book v2 The Justinguitar.Com Pop Song Book The Justinguitar.Com Rock Song Book The Justinguitar.Com You Tube Videos for beginners course and song books The Andyguitar.co.uk You Tube Videos for beginners course Guitar Aerobics Rock School Hot Rock Guitar Grade 1 - 2 versions of each track (2 CD'S) The Ask any member of AVForums 360 Music Gaming Section pretty much anything http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/books%20amp%20clock.jpg Music Studio PC: Windows 8 pro Gigabyte GA-87AUD3 AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.2ghz 8gb G.Skill ddr3 ripjaws 1600 Gigabyte 7850 OC 500GB Seagate HDD 1TB Seagate HDD Corsair tx 650 Antec 300 case with 3 extra 120mm ebuyer extra value fans LG 22"(21.5) W2261VP lcd widescreen full hd monitor Recording and Music software A fair few of which I already had that came free with my video editing software, some came with gear/hardware and bought Guitar Pro 6 recently: Rocksmith/Rocksmith 2014 with cable and DLC Mixcraft Pro Studio 6 Mixcraft Pro Studio 7 Guitar Pro 6 Acid Music Studio 10 Soundforge Audio Studio 10 Cubase LE AI Elements 7 Sonar X1 LE Guitar Pro app for Android (Also by Arobas) Keyboard Yamaha PSR-E343 Portable Keyboard http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/keyboard.jpg .... Various Picks, Cables, spare strings, etc. tris
  10. In no particular order Jimi Hendrix Angus Young B.B.King Chuck Berry Special mention - Slash Have to have B.B.King in there, my first choice for the blues, Chuck Berry for the 'Rock Revolution', Hendrix.... please, I don't need a reason, just Hendrix ;) , Angus Young, now he's a hard one, but the way he plays (and acts) on stage is pretty unique. tris
  11. They'll have fun trying to get all the karaoke video's off of you tube.. tris
  12. Thanks for everything mate, all the best in your future en-devours :) tris
  13. I didn't think of that, thought they might jump in on this thread and have a discussion when they have some spare time. I'm not sure how or if it's a good idea or not, but as well as you tube artists we could get in touch with games musicians etc.... too. Never know, it may spark their interest in them contacting ubi and making some official rocksmith dlc one day too since ubi seem to be holding onto 2014 for the foreseeable future :) tris
  14. I have found most You Tuber's quite nice and chat to them now and again, they are pretty busy so it takes a couple of days to reply sometimes. Daniel was awesome about it, such a nice chap to speak to. I went on to kickstart his latest album with a digital everything all his albums etc.... it's all funded now and almost finished. He's a great guitarist and plays everything by ear.... so sadly no tabs, but he's a lovely chap. There are a lot of great guitarists on you tube doing game, movie themes etc.... not something you'll find on any cds, and they sell their stuff through itunes and the like. I have spoken to a few now and they are great people :) tris
  15. First off, I didn't get to post in the closed topic, so I thought I'd start a new one in general on the subject of not just this author/tutor, but many. I have recently seen this thread: http://customsforge.com/topic/16561-guitar-aerobics/ .... and even with the reasons that were given, that were understandable to an extent, I'm unsure as to weather or not this cdlc should have stayed or went. As the case with a fair few here, I would never have even heard about the book until I saw that this cdlc did exist. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Troy-Nelson-Guitar-Aerobics-Book/dp/1423414357 Is there a time where we should start to 'reach out' to tutors/authors for permission to make educational non profit cdlc? For example we could send a message to Troy here and ask the man ourselves: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Troy-Nelson/443972765663345 I done the same when I started trying to tab out and make cdlc of Daniel Tidwell's music and the reply was nice: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v200/nero041001/Guitar/dan.jpg I have been chatting to him for a while now, he's a lovely chap. Other people to consider is Andy Crowley (No books yet, but there are some coming): https://www.youtube.com/user/andycrowley and also Justin Sandercoe (Plenty of books, dvds and cds, but he offers everything online for free): https://www.youtube.com/user/JustinSandercoe/featured?spfreload=10 I'm awaiting Andy's first books and bought a few of Justins books, and because of this site and the cdlc that was removed I'll also be purchasing Troy's Guitar Aerobics book and also noticed he has a couple of other books that I'll purchase too as I progress. If Laro doesn't feel comfortable in contacting Troy, I'll happily do it on his behalf, the worst that can happen with any tutor/author is them saying 'no.' :) What do you think of 'reaching out' like this? Would it be a good idea for the forum? I'm sure it'll be good for the author, as even if 70% of cdlc users do not buy the book, it sounds like around 30% (including myself.... just putting the order in now) will end up buying the book as it's not often you'd have a book, cd and cdlc all to compliment to each other and looking at the book, it'd give more information about what your doing, so some of the aforementioned 70% might pick it up as well as we're all here to learn :) tris
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