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Sorry dont know much about guitars but I have a electric, 6 string, solid body Bently. I am curious on how to find info on it. I see no info posted on it. If you could help I would appreciate it. It also is not a full sz but solid and heavy TIA

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Sorry dont know much about guitars but I have a electric' date=' 6 string, solid body Bently. I am curious on how to find info on it. I see no info posted on it. If you could help I would appreciate it. It also is not a full sz but solid and heavy TIA[/quote']

 

Try the Electric Guitar forum.

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For those who are looking for advice on using the bow on an upright search on youtube for francois Rabbath bow technique. He is one of the leadin pedagogy teachers of string bass.

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Bring the harmony back to Harmony Central! When studying harmony it's cool to think in terms of a center point with everything revolving around that center point (tonic) having a vibe, a name, a connection to the center. We as musicians learn how to hear music, codifying it, relating it to a key, a scale, a mode, a shape ((ie.blues riff).. So are there any questions or study habits that folks want to talk about? Love working with harmony.. As a student, and we are all students, it's fun dissecting music. Figuring it out and charting it either on paper or by ear. Bass players must develop their ears to become sound citizens in an ensemble. Let's too not forget rhythm and groove. While studying harmony it's cool and necessary to keep the groove and rhythmic pocket in tact.. Now you have a healthy practice routine.

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