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First guitar!
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Germany Friendly_German 
Just bought myself my very first music instrument, I got an electric guitar! So excited to start learning and progress, my goal for now is to play some of my favorite songs, maybe I will join a band in the future if I will get decent. If anyone has any tips for me share them down below, I will read them all :) It's a Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro Alpine White imgur.com/a/2RXNQZt
2020-11-14 20:14
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Serbia hltvmens
nice cat
2020-11-14 20:16
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Thanks, british scottish fold :)
2020-11-14 20:16
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#30
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Serbia hltvmens
Google says it costs $1000 - $2000 USD. What the hell... Is this true?
2020-11-14 20:35
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Yes scottish folds are expensive but I bought him in a third world country for dirt cheap, 50 euro I think when he was 1 month old. He is 5 now. More picture of him if you're curious :) imgur.com/a/A5ZszAn
2020-11-14 20:49
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#131
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Brazil mafe^
HES SO CUTE AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA (scream)
2020-11-16 15:36
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Thanks ;D
2020-11-16 15:41
#3
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Denmark dyinbyran
Btw sick guitar man How much was this and if you dont have any pedals and just amp, start with hotel california or stairway to heaven They are really good songs. Also tell me if you need an app which has tabs(its only for android tho)
2020-11-14 20:16
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I got it for 500 euro brand new. I have a boss katana 50, no pedals, I will get them when I will get decent.
2020-11-14 20:18
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#12
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Denmark dyinbyran
Actually get a distortion alone if you have money or if there is some offer on it. you will never regret getting some effects and one of i tis distortion.
2020-11-14 20:19
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Alright will see
2020-11-14 20:20
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dont get a distortion pedal, get an overdrive pedal like a Tubescreamer. this will match better with your amps dirty channels
2020-11-14 20:34
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I will do my own research first and then decide anyway but thanks for advice :)
2020-11-14 20:49
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#59
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United States Suavec1to
Boss katana is honestly best bang for your buck when it comes to a great amp overall not just for beginners. Honestly it has decent distortion and tons of effects when you use it’s computer program especially. I wouldn’t worry about pedals unless you get more advanced and want very specific sounds. For now your set up sounds really good for a beginner just play with the distortion and other effects settings on the amp and have fun!
2020-11-15 09:24
u can get tubescreamer from boss tone studio for free.
2020-11-16 16:57
#152
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Japan Amatsuk1
katana 50 is a solid amped with built in boss effects enjoy!
2020-11-16 18:53
nice
2020-11-14 20:16
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Thanks
2020-11-14 20:18
epiphone?.... les paul....? ewww
2020-11-14 20:16
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#7
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Denmark dyinbyran
Its really good dude. Gibson's are really overpriced because of their reputation Epiphone does a good job for its price
2020-11-14 20:17
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+1 epiphone or ibanez best for beginners
2020-11-15 09:22
What's wrong ?
2020-11-14 20:20
10 replies
their neck, it breaks!
2020-11-14 20:25
9 replies
First time hearing this but ok.
2020-11-14 20:26
8 replies
the headstock will prob break if it falls on it's back, bcus the headstock is at an angle (14º relative to the neck)
2020-11-15 09:49
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Yeah the headstock is kinda curved but I won't let it fall. I just hang it on my wall and it sits there just fine.
2020-11-15 09:51
5 replies
very nice 😎👍👍
2020-11-15 09:51
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Yes 😎👍
2020-11-15 09:51
#140
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Portugal xxxruixxx
People are exaggerating a bit. Les Pauls style guitars tend to be somewhat fragile at their neck/headstock joint when compared to strats or teles because of the way their neck/headstock was designed but these guitars are not made of glass. If you are not one of those guys that throws your guitar to the floor or against the wall because you think it looks look then you should be fine. Just use it with the standard of care that an ordinary person would use. Using a locked stand (as the one you have, is also advisable to avoid accidents). I had an Epiphone when I started playing a few years ago (now with my brother and still fine) and I´ve had several Gibsons - including 2 custom shops (which were shipped by plane a couple of times), and never had a broken neck. Congrats for your new guitar and enjoy it!
2020-11-16 16:09
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+1
2020-11-17 19:47
whats the point of playing guitar if you dont throw it against the wall?
2020-11-17 19:54
I guess he won't use it for throwing at the cat or something
2020-11-15 12:54
The headstock break thing is definitely a problem but honestly most people are bedroom players starting off anyways so its unlikely its gonna get knocked if cared for properly. I have fenders, a gibson, and an epiphone and they have things the others do not which is why I don't like when people fanboy one or the other. Playability is arguably the best on my Gibson SG because of the neck and fret access. I know there is other brands out there that are also objectively better, but resale value also matters and an epiphone has resale value. I generally also like the look of fenders and gibsons compared to 'better playing instruments'. Not to mention many of these smaller brand guitars often cost more. PRS, ibanez, godin, etc often can cost more.
2020-11-17 19:53
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Europe letqpena
Pretty solid choice for first guitar. When you eventually get another guitar, which absolutely will happen, I'd recommend something with a faster neck e.g. some Ibanez w/ Wizard.
2020-11-14 20:17
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What do you mean by faster neck ?
2020-11-14 20:20
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Usually thinner necks with relatively flat fretboards and a satin finish on the neck makes them"faster"
2020-11-14 20:29
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Got it
2020-11-14 20:33
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#141
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Portugal xxxruixxx
It all depends on the style of music/play. I really dislike necks that are too thin (and therefore I dislike Ibanez wizard necks). They feel weird. When you eventually get another guitar - if you do, you will probably know more about the type of necks you prefer. Wizard necks may not be your thing.
2020-11-16 16:13
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+1 And these Epi LPC necks are not thick at all. I think it's the 60's Slim taper wich is really not big at all. Im for that 50's neck tho. Got a 1993 Gibson LPC wich has a thicc boi neck and i love it
2020-11-16 16:51
nice guitar good luck
2020-11-14 20:19
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Thanks!
2020-11-14 20:25
#15
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Turkey Tempexx
nice mens))
2020-11-14 20:20
1 reply
Yes mens))
2020-11-14 20:25
#17
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Spain Wiricardo
nice mom
2020-11-14 20:21
Looks good man, my best tip is play the songs you really like. Otherwise it’s a bit pointless learning hotel California or stairway to heaven. Play around and find a tone you like. Also buy a tuner. When you get good you can go to drop C and play some banging af riffs
2020-11-14 20:25
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Yes of course, I'm open to anything honestly
2020-11-14 20:26
#72
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Denmark dyinbyran
"pointless learning hotel California or stairway to heaven" 0/8 Must learn song for guitarists lol Jokes aside they are really good songs despite being overplayed, the reason why they are overplayed is because they are known as beginner songs but there are a lot of details to these songs as well. Even stairway TSRTS version solo is a bit hard to learn that the original.
2020-11-15 10:45
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There are 1000's of amazing songs to learn for beginners, but if you don't like those particular songs I would never advise someone to learn them first. I personally started with the Hell Song by sum41 and Offspring - These kids aren't alright. 16 years later I've still never tried Stairway to heaven because it just doesn't interest me
2020-11-16 18:52
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Ukraine GarmesS
2020-11-14 20:26
#25
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Bulgaria gosholin
Looks really cool. GL mens))
2020-11-14 20:27
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Thanks mens)
2020-11-14 20:50
congrats remind me of buckethead guitar
2020-11-14 20:33
1 reply
Looks similar
2020-11-14 20:50
#31
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World ayyypepito
Nice guitar, pretty expensive for a beginner but if you really want to learn it's a good buy. I'm eyeing a les paul type too recently (an ESP with activ mic EMG (thomann.de/fr/esp_ltd_ec1000_vbk.htm)https://www.thomann.de/fr/esp_ltd_ec1000_vbk.htm) What kind of music do you want to play with it in the mid/long term?
2020-11-14 20:41
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Nice choice. I want to play rock, metal, blues and jazz.
2020-11-14 20:51
Man I wanna get the EC1000 some time
2020-11-15 09:04
les paul in white is kinda meh
2020-11-14 20:43
3 replies
I like it, which color do you like more ?
2020-11-14 20:51
2 replies
sand burst on lp
2020-11-14 20:54
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Not a fan tbh, blue burst looks fire
2020-11-14 20:55
Nice bro, have fun
2020-11-14 20:53
1 reply
Thanks dude!
2020-11-14 20:55
More tips would be very nice 👍
2020-11-15 08:45
#44
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Turkey ShooGTr
DUDE I can't afford this s*it in ma country can u be my relative who lives in germany and sends guitar to me xD euro also accepted:')
2020-11-15 08:56
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#46
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Turkey ShooGTr
btw start practicing solo exercises and never give up. in a year u gonna play most of the songs u want, just practice.
2020-11-15 09:01
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I will, thank you!
2020-11-15 09:45
Can't help you bro, saving every cent I can for apartment down payment, decided to treat myself with a guitar in this depressing year
2020-11-15 09:24
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#62
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Turkey ShooGTr
xD just kidding man. U know so many Turks have relatives living in Germany. have fun:)
2020-11-15 09:47
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Thanks dude!
2020-11-15 09:51
Very nice, Im getting this beauty soon prnt.sc/vje84c Les pauls bestests
2020-11-15 08:57
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#47
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Turkey ShooGTr
how much is it in ur country?
2020-11-15 09:01
4 replies
Around 900e
2020-11-15 09:02
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#49
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Turkey ShooGTr
:') 9k in here then probably more
2020-11-15 09:03
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Its 4k in my currency, but whatever, its gonna be my final guitar Turkey is sad country, I remember some guy on hltv was posting pc hardware prices compared to wages. It was depressing
2020-11-15 09:08
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#55
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Turkey ShooGTr
It is sadly.. I can't buy it in 5 months if I work with minimum wage xD I'm not crying, man:') hope can find a way to earn dollar or euro otherwise it's gonna be hard to live on welfare.
2020-11-15 09:14
Looks sick dude, good luck getting that bad boy
2020-11-15 09:46
#76
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Denmark dyinbyran
If you are gonna play rock or blues more, go for this. Wont be great if you are gonna play more of metal.
2020-11-15 11:06
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Thats something new. Elaborate?
2020-11-15 11:17
youtube.com/watch?v=WFVjyS0MENQ&ab_chann.. U can find plenty more metal guitarists using ec1000
2020-11-15 11:38
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#84
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Denmark dyinbyran
Dude you can even play metal songs on a strat with that tone, thats not my point Les Pauls are not the best for metal that was my point, 22 frets, no floyd rose, only neck and bridge, mostly the neck feels thicker(but idk about this since idk the dimensions obviously im just telling generally) than the ibanez prestige or Jackson models.
2020-11-15 11:42
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U cant, I tried Yeah I get your point, its not guitar made strictly for metal, neck is not that 'fast', but I like versatility of it 24 frets is enough for me
2020-11-15 11:55
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Denmark dyinbyran
"24 frets is enough for me" Oh sorry is the guitar you linked 24? If yes its fine i was thinking it was 22 didnt look at the marker properly i guess lol Also metal is not a single genre you can still play heavy and thrash metal songs like metallica or iron maiden. Anyways i just checked out the demos and it sounds so great, ESP pickups are definitely one of the best.
2020-11-15 12:00
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prnt.sc/vp6c5x Yeah man, just unpacked it today and gotta say its great instrument. Riffs are so fat with these emg pick ups and I havent even tuned down from E yet :d
2020-11-24 15:18
#85
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Denmark dyinbyran
Yes because LTD is one of the best metal guitar brands out there but no floyd rose and only 22 frets is something which i would never accept maybe its just that i like that type of music.
2020-11-15 11:44
#50
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Netherlands SpiceNut
There is a steam game called 'rocksmith', absolute must if you want to play guitar! You can connect your guitar to your PC and learn/play songs, with different difficulty levels :) You buy the game, a custom cable, one song, and download all the other dlc's and custom dlc's (ieliegalie) - google for instructions :)
2020-11-15 09:03
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I see, thanks dude!
2020-11-15 09:48
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#123
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Netherlands SpiceNut
No probs man, the best of luck, I hope you'll enjoy it!
2020-11-16 15:20
#52
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United States Sermis
that cat is really adorable, im more of a dog lady but he actually looks adorable
2020-11-15 09:05
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Thanks, more photos of him #33
2020-11-15 10:07
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United States VadeCS
Sick man! I want an alpine white gibson les paul custom so bad. What amp did u get?
2020-11-15 09:06
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Thanks dude. I got boss katana 50 with it, sounds alright. Good luck getting your guitar in the future!
2020-11-15 11:33
#57
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African Union mikecool
great purchase man, hope you play your heart out now ;)
2020-11-15 09:23
1 reply
I will, thanks bro :)
2020-11-15 11:33
Why not Dean from Hell
2020-11-15 09:53
1 reply
Haha, not my style
2020-11-15 11:33
Nice! I mainly play with an acoustic guitar but my first electric guitar was Yahama Pacifica. Was also an easy transition as electric guitars are quite easier to play with (lower action, faster necks, nickel strings even of the same gauge as bronze are easier on the fingers). I suggest in getting a good amp like someone suggested Boss Katana is amazing. Enjoy your guitar :)
2020-11-15 10:26
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I was thinking about pacifica but decided to get this instead. I already have a boss katana 50 amp. Thanks dude :)
2020-11-15 12:34
Very nice guitar , i have a classic guitar but i want to play electric guitar
2020-11-15 10:50
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Denmark dyinbyran
ewwww classic JK Its really tough, my classical guitar friends have fingers which stretch over 5 frets so easily lol
2020-11-15 11:04
2 replies
We do hard right away, impossible takes some time :)
2020-11-16 11:27
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#143
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Denmark dyinbyran
Haha good luck, i know how hard classical is but its like jazz, no one really likes the classical guitars as juchas the electric or acoustic
2020-11-16 16:21
You won't regret it
2020-11-15 12:34
#74
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Russia YQKKE Q_Q
i have epiphone aswell :D but mine is budget instagram.com/stories/highlights/1784478.. good luck in learning by the way and hf
2020-11-15 11:02
8 replies
Damn bro you're good, how long have you been playing ?
2020-11-15 11:58
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#95
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Russia YQKKE Q_Q
a little more than 3 years i guess ;O i've started to play by using a pick 1.5 years ago so i'm still not confident in my PICKING skills..... but i've got tapping at the nice level so for me it's easier to play tapping things like this youtube.com/watch?v=_Q1-ETuBg5A If you need advices i can help you somehow
2020-11-15 12:07
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What is this thing on the video on the 2nd fret ?
2020-11-15 12:13
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#109
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Russia YQKKE Q_Q
It's capo. you need this to raise the pitch of a fretted instrument so you can play in a different key using the same fingerings as playing open. So it's basically the same thing if you hold your finger on every string on some fret or get there capo that will hold every string but your hand will be free. It's popular to use an open tuning+capo. Open tuning is a way to tune guitar in some chord. For example you tune guitar in open D - DADF#AD instead of EADGBE. So your guitar on open strings sounds like a D chord at this point. So you can get a new chords if you press something. A girl in video uses open tuning aswell DADF#AE and capo on the second fret. Here's some examples: youtube.com/watch?v=9L-_mhyCZwc - DAEAC#E(Open A Add4) capo 6th youtube.com/watch?v=xITyvRIUAP8 - This guys are using open E tuning and capo on 5th as i remember(EBEG#BE) youtube.com/watch?v=bwn9jvORbTM - this guys are cool and their tuning is weird BF#BF#BF# :D and some songs in CGCGCG there's a lot of open tunings, but you have to understand what's going on there and learn theory in standard bonus instagram.com/p/CHgDUUCJnsI/ DADF#AE instagram.com/p/CHaxXG2gj6C/ FACGCE youtube.com/watch?v=RIqMsYfM2Gk DAEAC#E youtube.com/watch?v=LGNgl_vmVco FACGCE i believe youtube.com/watch?v=9Yz_vfzXh7M DGDF#BD
2020-11-15 12:53
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Do I need this as a beginner or should I get this later ?
2020-11-15 13:02
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#119
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Russia YQKKE Q_Q
Would be better if you start to learn basics in standard. BUT songs that i liked when i started to play guitar was in some of this tunings, so i didn't know how to play in stanard. But i knew some things in other tunings xd And actually it's much easier to play and jam in open tunings, cuz it's hard to get a wrong note. If artist that you listen don't use open tunings, then you don't need to go for it. My personal advice - start from songs you love, then go for theory/exercises/practice. When you get those right notes from song that you like, you will be much more satisfied and would return to guitar with more probability than you'll play exercises
2020-11-15 13:16
#113
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Russia YQKKE Q_Q
youtube.com/watch?v=rtOqweARgqE got this by ear it's half step down standart D#G#C#F#A#D#. I'm planning to make a tab for this one xd
2020-11-15 12:58
1 reply
Nice dude
2020-11-15 13:03
sick guitar dawg now play stairway to heaven
2020-11-15 11:34
1 reply
Hahaha, thanks bro
2020-11-15 11:59
cool, gl mens
2020-11-15 11:45
1 reply
Thanks dude!
2020-11-15 12:14
#87
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Denmark Kon10R
Good luck on your journey! Remember: There is only ONE individual in the galaxy who can teach you! You can watch a zillion videos, buy or borrow all the books, hire teachers, join courses ... It's YOU with your new friend around your neck for hours and hours, day in day out for years! Personal choice, but I - as bassplayer - tried out many many genres, trying to understand what makes this or that type of music work. Driven by curiousity! Yes, also ambition, but I opened my ears to everything from cool laidback West Coast like Eagles or Steely Dan, I checked out bassparts from Level 42 as well as the tuff tuff stuff from i.e. Symphony X. Popmusic, soul, country, blues ... and the enitire world they call "jazz": The study of "harmony" will never end. And even accompanying your family singing christmas-songs ... (if you do celebrate christmas): NO limits! Work out for yourself what you are driven towards, but keep your ears open! 😎👍
2020-11-15 11:49
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Thanks dude appreciate that comment 👍
2020-11-15 12:14
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#104
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Denmark Kon10R
Yo welcome, my fellow friend of music !
2020-11-15 12:43
5 replies
May I ask you what instruments you play ?
2020-11-15 12:43
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#107
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Denmark Kon10R
Eeeeh ... as mentioned: The bass. I developed a front vocal as well and arrange choir for my band. I also do play a little guitar to work out harmonies, since the bass isn't a chord instrument. I can strongly recommend developing your singing voice as well, unless it's completely hopeless! 😊 Even the "weakest" vocal has a role in a choir. Though singing while playing was invented by the devil! 🤣🤣
2020-11-15 12:52
3 replies
Yeah I meant besides bass, I thought you were playing something else too, my bad. Front vocal is cool
2020-11-15 12:53
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#112
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Denmark Kon10R
I know how to "plug" a few chords on the keyboard, but that is more like "studio work" to make some nice harmonies. I don't play it as such. Again: An exciting world has opened up for you! Wish you all the best.
2020-11-15 12:57
1 reply
You too my friend :)
2020-11-15 13:01
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France Efon
Guitar Tuna for tune your guitar (On smartphone), it's easy to take in charge, and if a song is too hard for you, don't worry, play easier for improve without tryhard and come back later to the hardest gl men))
2020-11-15 11:52
1 reply
Thanks dude, I already got snark tuner
2020-11-15 12:15
Cat :D
2020-11-15 12:06
2 replies
more photos for you :D imgur.com/a/A5ZszAn
2020-11-15 12:19
1 reply
when u are good buy Mayones guitar from Poland bestest
2020-11-16 00:30
Good luck. Which model did you get? Here's a "fairly easy track" to learn. Not too many chords, a bit laidback rhytm etc. youtube.com/watch?v=rr7cEGQmQbw Original track youtube.com/watch?v=Y0Dwk1vi5Lw
2020-11-15 12:54
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What do you mean which model? I got Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro or you mean something else? Thanks for youtube link!
2020-11-16 15:22
Looks cool nice buy mens enjoy
2020-11-15 12:50
1 reply
Thanks dude
2020-11-16 15:23
#116
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Other Filipum
yes
2020-11-15 13:03
Its good but I would recommend a more comfortable guitar as your first one. Les pauls are really not for everyone expecially if you've never played guitar before...
2020-11-15 13:06
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It's comfortable for me, more on the heavy side but I can handle the weight :D
2020-11-16 15:23
looks great, i love this electric guitar build, I got one by Ibanez :) it's never too early to start trying to jam with your friends. practice makes perfect, so just try it. I would recommend to get proper guitar lessons for the start though. You can even have an online teacher now during corona. It's better to learn the correct way at the start before you start getting used to playing the wrong way. edit: I didnt look properly, you got a Les Paul kind of guitar, while I got a Hollow Body. Looks similar and great either way
2020-11-16 00:38
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I had a friend from high school who was playing bass, drums, guitar and piano. Truly a freak and he was insane on everything, I didn't talk to him for 5 years now, no idea where he is now :D Thanks dude
2020-11-16 15:24
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Nice! Maybe he'd like to start jamming :D Old friends are often the better ones, even if you haven't seen him in a long time... Btw, of course there is no 'one' way to get good. Lessons just help to practise more effectively. Good luck :)
2020-11-17 19:45
#128
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Brazil Caiobs011
Nice man! From a veteran guitarist, I wish you luck through your journey!
2020-11-16 15:27
3 replies
Thanks dude, for how long have you been playing ?
2020-11-16 15:28
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#130
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Brazil Caiobs011
10 years, maybe not that much but since I am 15 I basically grew up with my guitar
2020-11-16 15:32
1 reply
Damn impressive, I hope I will stick to guitar for that long, what is the most impressive thing you can play ?
2020-11-16 15:42
#132
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Liechtenstein xLy^
ayy nice bro i never liked les paul mainly because of its lacking comfort, but aesthetically it never spoke to me either. I am more of a Fender type guy, but it's nice to see you getting into playing guitar, gl with it
2020-11-16 15:38
1 reply
Thanks dude
2020-11-16 15:43
#135
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Brazil pilastra
i have one exactly equal... changed the pickups for Seymour Duncan and got a much better sound. but ignore this for now, you need to learn first heh... important, download guitar pro software, its how 99% of electric guitar players learn how to play. you can easily find any music you want in this guitar pro format... its very very simple and useful
2020-11-16 15:42
3 replies
Thanks dude, is this on pc ?
2020-11-16 15:45
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#139
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Brazil pilastra
yes sir... u can get version 5 cracked on some torrent site... you can find the files here ultimate-guitar.com/ from Abba to ZZ Top.. its all there
2020-11-16 15:57
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#161
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Sweden osm0
+1
2020-11-17 21:10
Don't start with riffs that are too hard, don't get mad if you can't play them instantly, start by playing them slow and pick up the speed when you can
2020-11-16 15:47
1 reply
Will do
2020-11-17 22:18
#142
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United States JustBitsy
To others thinking about buying their first guitar I recommend: don't spend too much on a guitar until you know that you love playing guitar. You won't know you love playing guitar until you get past the basics and start really learning songs and what not. Guitars are not like computers, the $100 guitar will still play well years later so its best to start out cheap. See if you like it, then when you are super confident you will be playing for a long time then you splurge on your favorite guitars. To OP that is a nice guitar though. I like Epiphones quite a bit since they do some quality guitars without a "name" charge like some brands... My favorites tend to be Jacksons because they just make awesome guitars that have a lot of character for what you will pay.
2020-11-16 16:20
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#144
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United States JustBitsy
I can't really find mine online anymore, but I found a listing for it on this random site. chorder.com/electric-guitars/jackson/sla..
2020-11-16 16:28
Don't really agree personally. The resale value on guitars is pretty good and getting an average playing instrument doesn't necessarily inspire the player to continue playing when they have to worry about adjusting the guitar constantly, getting it repaired, or when its uncomfortable to play. I would argue its best to get a mid range guitar (like 500 dollars USD) or even a pretty fair priced guitar if you have the money. If you don't have the money then I understand getting an inexpensive guitar. That's not to say there isn't good inexpensive guitars like harley benton that have come out or even squier is a decent option now days.
2020-11-17 19:58
I was thinking about yamaha pacifica but decided to go for lea paul
2020-11-17 22:20
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Finland 5way
very cool guitar mens)) practice hard 👍
2020-11-16 16:31
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Thanks dude
2020-11-17 22:20
heres a brotip heaton once told me: Play Hard Go Pro
2020-11-16 16:42
2 replies
Thanks, heaton noob tho hehe
2020-11-17 22:20
1 reply
heaton is your brother my friend
2020-11-20 13:08
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Finland lungi_cs
cute cat :3
2020-11-16 17:07
1 reply
Thanks ;)
2020-11-17 22:20
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Japan Amatsuk1
I wish you the best because that's one heck of a starting guitar
2020-11-16 18:52
2 replies
Thank you! I won’t let it go to waste I promise
2020-11-17 22:21
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Japan Amatsuk1
nice ^^
2020-11-18 15:53
I always loved the les paul custom look. Good choice. Don't listen to the Gibson fan boys either. I've owned gibsons and tbh they are great guitars but by no means better by 5 times and in the customs case like 7 times.
2020-11-17 19:48
1 reply
Thanks I like it
2020-11-17 22:21
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Hungary Shiron212
Very nice! gl to you ^^
2020-11-17 19:48
1 reply
Thanks bro!
2020-11-17 22:22
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Sweden osm0
A very nice first guitar! Love the epiphones, my first lady was a epiphone too. A firebird. The one and only major tip I would give you is that play what you want. Playing guitar or any other instrument is about expressing your feelings. Take your time and have fun! :)
2020-11-17 21:05
1 reply
I will, thanks dude ;)
2020-11-17 22:22
why les paul ? It has an impractical design imo but a good starting guitar anyway.
2020-11-17 21:20
1 reply
I really like the look of it and I wanted something versatile
2020-11-17 22:22
i had an epiphone les paul goth as first guitar. great guitar to start with.
2020-11-18 15:55
Nice cat and have fun with it!
2020-11-18 16:01
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