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18 minutes ago, MexicanDragon said:

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So got this for Satanmas from “the kids.”

PRS SE Custom 24 in “Bonnie Pink”

Also got a Line 6 Spyder V30 Mk II amp.

So… before I learn how to make this thing work, what upgrades do I need?

Smaller fingers. 
 

If you are going to try online lessons, Guitar Tricks is probably the way to go. 

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24 minutes ago, MexicanDragon said:

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So got this for Satanmas from “the kids.”

PRS SE Custom 24 in “Bonnie Pink”

Also got a Line 6 Spyder V30 Mk II amp.

So… before I learn how to make this thing work, what upgrades do I need?

Slimmer fingers.

Damnit, Naaman beat me to it. 

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On 12/26/2021 at 6:04 PM, naamanf said:

Smaller fingers. 
 

If you are going to try online lessons, Guitar Tricks is probably the way to go. 

 

On 12/26/2021 at 6:10 PM, swt61 said:

Slimmer fingers.

Damnit, Naaman beat me to it. 

So Slimmer Fingers aren't in stock anywhere; anyone have a line on some they can ship out?

Have heard good things about Guitar Tricks and JustinGuitar (or something). Thx for rec.

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1 hour ago, shellylh said:

Does anyone know of a good place to learn the bass guitar (like Justin guitar)?  Doesn't have to be free. 

Check Adam Neely's channel at Youtube. He has a few videos about bass lessons and has his educational site at one of his sponsor's web, not sure if Nebula. In his youtube has a lot of interesting videos related to music theory, rhythm, ear training...

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On 1/5/2022 at 1:29 PM, shellylh said:

Does anyone know of a good place to learn the bass guitar (like Justin guitar)?  Doesn't have to be free. 

Sorry, I've been meaning to getting around to answering this question for a long time.  Scott's Bass Lessons is the only one I know of, but I'm sure there are others.  I can't speak to its quality because I never took bass lessons myself.

Maybe ask around on TalkBass?  

I responded well to individual tutoring, because 1, it gave me weekly goals so motivated to practice, and 2, they could observe my form (and tell me if I was doing anything badly, or more specifically, would guide me not to do anything that would cause repetitive motion injuries, which is common among guitarists).  I don't see any reason why one couldn't do that over Zoom or Discord or whatever, so that's what I'll be doing when I resume.

There's also books.  I like this one (but admittedly not everyone does).

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