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User avatar #85 - mrhumperdoodle
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(11/17/2012) [-]
what really grinds my gears is when some guy thinks he's a legend at guitar when all he plays are 3 chords songs
#86 to #85 - breadbasket
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(11/17/2012) [-]
I play four chord progression.
But I play Folk-Punk. Nothing too fancy, really. Can I solo? Yes. Can I do pinch harmonics? Yes.
Do I? No.

I don't even know what the point of this comment is. I haven't slept in 63 hours.
I like your username. It makes my brain smile.

Also, what are you feelings on people who play guitar in public for money? (I mean in like.. a public park setting.) Not a kids park... You know. Just those parks with trees and ****? And maybe a river. Bridges.
Tall, black lamp posts look ******* cool in parks.
User avatar #88 to #86 - mrhumperdoodle
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(11/17/2012) [-]
I play a lot of punk rock. Super easy chords structures, but if you're playing something like the Ramones then you get tired out super fast because of the eighth note downstrokes. I don't consider myself a god on guitar because I can play their stuff, but friends of mine think I'm a loser because the chord structures are so easy, but they try it out and they can only make it past like, the intro or something like that.
User avatar #92 to #88 - breadbasket
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(11/17/2012) [-]
When it comes to the strumming patterns of Punk Rock, that's where the difficulty sets in, giving it the required skill level of being "at least" an intermediate guitarist. Like, listen to the song "Linoleum" by NOFX, and tell me that El Hefe's speed picking doesn't take skill. I dare you.