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I Mainly Play Bass but today dusted off my LES PAUL 6-String Guitar and enjoyed some White Stripes...

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1IL2zOTjhzm3gQCZ3_GR26ocW3ziEhg-2?usp=sharing__
Backup CDLC link ^^ - should list even the ones that got removed for inactive links...
just restored my ability to login again, so will try to slowly resubmit the missing ones...
and hoping to make a small come-back with some new CDLC ideas...
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YAMAHA 4-String 24 Frets - D Standard -> C Standard & D Drop C...

ASHTON - 4-String 21 Frets, E Standard, Drop D, Half-Step Down (Nirvana)...

Phoenix? - BASS 21-22 Frets? - 4-in-line Headstock...
(3 BASSES + 2 ELECTRIC G + 2 ACOUSTICS + a UKE)

Les Paul Special II - Guitar 

IBANEZ - USED MODIFIED MODEL...
After-market Tremolo Bridge + head-stock locking nut thingys --- Free 1994-ish Guitar =   🙂

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a Few of my Customs have been easy as to play...

for example: 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4_a7F9ysP0

 

Played it on My Yamaha PSS 290 SYNTHESISER  - She Wants Revenge - Tear You Apart

 

Played using 80s Yamaha PortaSound Synthesiser (PSS 290)
 
Using dual Tones on the Synth it-self :  "BASS PICKED" + "BASS SYNTH" for most realistic sound + Same In-game Tone as I like to use with my Yamaha RBX270 4-String BASS...
 
It's An Easy Song... only 4 Notes from memory...

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1IL2zOTjhzm3gQCZ3_GR26ocW3ziEhg-2?usp=sharing__
Backup CDLC link ^^ - should list even the ones that got removed for inactive links...
just restored my ability to login again, so will try to slowly resubmit the missing ones...
and hoping to make a small come-back with some new CDLC ideas...
______________________________________________________________________________

YAMAHA 4-String 24 Frets - D Standard -> C Standard & D Drop C...

ASHTON - 4-String 21 Frets, E Standard, Drop D, Half-Step Down (Nirvana)...

Phoenix? - BASS 21-22 Frets? - 4-in-line Headstock...
(3 BASSES + 2 ELECTRIC G + 2 ACOUSTICS + a UKE)

Les Paul Special II - Guitar 

IBANEZ - USED MODIFIED MODEL...
After-market Tremolo Bridge + head-stock locking nut thingys --- Free 1994-ish Guitar =   🙂

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Also... i used to always start the game with Korn - 4U

 

26 Notes for 100% ... All Long Sustains... Good Basic Practise...

 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1IL2zOTjhzm3gQCZ3_GR26ocW3ziEhg-2?usp=sharing__
Backup CDLC link ^^ - should list even the ones that got removed for inactive links...
just restored my ability to login again, so will try to slowly resubmit the missing ones...
and hoping to make a small come-back with some new CDLC ideas...
______________________________________________________________________________

YAMAHA 4-String 24 Frets - D Standard -> C Standard & D Drop C...

ASHTON - 4-String 21 Frets, E Standard, Drop D, Half-Step Down (Nirvana)...

Phoenix? - BASS 21-22 Frets? - 4-in-line Headstock...
(3 BASSES + 2 ELECTRIC G + 2 ACOUSTICS + a UKE)

Les Paul Special II - Guitar 

IBANEZ - USED MODIFIED MODEL...
After-market Tremolo Bridge + head-stock locking nut thingys --- Free 1994-ish Guitar =   🙂

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Also Stuff like:

Marilyn Manson - The Nobodies

Nirvana - Sappy

Nine Inch Nails - Just Like You Imagined

 

Eminem Tracks for eg are usually just one Bass line... on repeat...

 

Even if you only have a 6-String... i recommend trying out the Bass Emulation... 

 

at least that way you can practise using 2/3 of your instrument without so many Chords everywhere...

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1IL2zOTjhzm3gQCZ3_GR26ocW3ziEhg-2?usp=sharing__
Backup CDLC link ^^ - should list even the ones that got removed for inactive links...
just restored my ability to login again, so will try to slowly resubmit the missing ones...
and hoping to make a small come-back with some new CDLC ideas...
______________________________________________________________________________

YAMAHA 4-String 24 Frets - D Standard -> C Standard & D Drop C...

ASHTON - 4-String 21 Frets, E Standard, Drop D, Half-Step Down (Nirvana)...

Phoenix? - BASS 21-22 Frets? - 4-in-line Headstock...
(3 BASSES + 2 ELECTRIC G + 2 ACOUSTICS + a UKE)

Les Paul Special II - Guitar 

IBANEZ - USED MODIFIED MODEL...
After-market Tremolo Bridge + head-stock locking nut thingys --- Free 1994-ish Guitar =   🙂

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You should be able to play the Pentatonic scale, in different ways.

and for the chords, F-Major barré kind of chords combined with C, G, Am.

 

These are essential, basic. 

Once you master them, so many customs will become playable at 80 to 90% speed.

You can find such exercices in the link given by Firekorn.

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Dynamic Difficulty is bullshit, (except for fast unregular repetitions of chords in rhythm parts) just my honest opinion.

Why learn a broken series of notes, when at the end they have all to be learned one after the other..

Better off to slow the real thing in Riffrepeater, even speed 1 for very fast arpeggios or solos

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