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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2006 5:28 pm 
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Okay, now I see the beginning of the mutany! :P


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scott wrote:
Okay, now I see the beginning of the mutany! :P



The beginning you think? :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :titanic:


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I didn't mean to incite mutany. I'm not advocating lemming logic in anyway. One of the things I was trying to communicate, with humor, was prove Scott wrong with practice. Test what he says by practicing it. In the original post the issue was what to call a set of finger movements. That movement will be what it is no matter what it's called. We can call it an arpeggio, alternation, advanced cheese dancing....etc, but it will still be what it is. Scott has a logical reason for labeling it as he does.

keep practicing, Lane :)


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Oh.... Okay :girlplayer:


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I have to say I absolutely loved reading this discussion. I thought maybe it is time to put my 2 cents in once again, just to make the following points:

1. I have never argued with Scott (about guitar) and not lost. I have also never argued with Scot and not learned something.

2. I think calm contemplation and experimentation on the one hand and heated argument on the other are both ways to learn, both have advantages. I personally think the latter is more fun but both should be used.

3. My personal theory on how to learn the guitar is a two step process: 1) pick a good teaher. 2) Do everything he says. However, this does not mean you cannot argue, just that you cannot disobey.

4. I still make every effort DO everything Scott says. I also still try to pick arguments whenever I see one that looks promising. I can see by the look in his eye that Scott finds it to be great sport -- just before he crushes me.

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I can see by the look in his eye that Scott finds it to be great sport -- just before he crushes me.

It seems like Karla has said something very similar to this. :surrender: :playa:

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lmh wrote:
1. I have never argued with Scott (about guitar) and not lost. I have also never argued with Scot and not learned something.


I just want to brag here and say that I did win one! It wasn't about technique but it was about guitar and I was right. So all hail the uber-student (me). If you are all very kind, I will let you buy me a beer at the CGI. :rotflmao:

I just had to go on record with that one. :twisted: ;) :war:


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Absolutely!!!!!!!!!!! Definitely worth a beer.

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