SainT 2.0...

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Post by punkrulesok »

Leonard - you should try Harmony Central website for Tab :).
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Post by ljbk »

Well, congratulations ! :)

A bit late, i know. Sorry about that. :oops:

The fact is that i also have a 2nd daughter now (Clara), that is 11 months old. :D

The strange thing for me is that you still manage to find time to learn to play guitar with you 2 little girls. :D
But, as we used to say, it is always possible to find some extra time.
So, may be we can still hope for a SainT 2.0. :)

Good luck and have fun,
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Post by bod/STAX »

Nice alternative hobby Leonard.

Yeah guitar is hard to learn at first, but I think 'Smoke on the Water' is a nice and easy riff to learn in the begining as it's nice and slow (and cool :) ).

It's a pity that olga.net is now closed as I used it for years and was a great place for guitar tabs.

You could try doing a torrent search for guitar books in .pdf format as I did and I have all the guitar books by Metallica in .pdf's (pretty much of the riffs and solos I know are by Metallica).

Anyway best of luck with the guitar playing.
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Post by MiggyMog »

I bought quite a few tab books when I first started playing & then gave them away when my first son was born as they would have ended up as colouring books.... (I now have three little terrors, part of the time)

I still have some tab from mags and the net at least.I wish I'd kept the proper ones now!

Metalica Black album was amongst them along with the Guns 'n' roses anthology, & Megadeths youthanasia

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Post by guythp »

I find 'Busy Bee' quite an easy tune to play.. And quite apt, all things considered.
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Post by MiggyMog »

Yeah! 'Busy bee watch the world go by'

The UKJ song? wicked

I can play a bit of cat's in the cradle too which they covered, and the clasic 'everything about you!'
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Post by NonToXIC »

Sorry I'm posting it so late, but:
Congratulations!
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Post by Mug UK »

leonard wrote:
Shine on your crazy diamonds
As you spoke about beatlles just before I'm confused. Are you talking about the "Pink Floyd" song, right?

Do you have nice website ressource with tablatures and , most important, videos? :-)
Oops .. I knew there was a couple of DVDs I was going to send you Leonard. Will send them in January - guaranteed :)
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