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  • #16
    Re: Learning style

    Originally posted by Metalman_666
    lol you should probably have batteries in those livewires, that's why they're called livewire... active, live, get it? lol apparently they run on an 18-volt power supply, so you'll need two 9v's. I didnt know they functioned without batteries!
    Dude how do i put then on, take the covers off?


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    • #17
      Re: Learning style

      Originally posted by Charvel
      Dude how do i put then on, take the covers off?
      NOOOO way lol. Go into the electronics cavity in the back of your guitar and there should be 2 battery clips somewhere. You might want to ask a tech or something about those, just in case. I don't actually have any experience yet with active pups.

      OH one thing, I should've realised, if you bought that from a store it should already have batteries in it!
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      • #18
        Re: Learning style

        Originally posted by Metalman_666
        NOOOO way lol. Go into the electronics cavity in the back of your guitar and there should be 2 battery clips somewhere. You might want to ask a tech or something about those, just in case. I don't actually have any experience yet with active pups.

        OH one thing, I should've realised, if you bought that from a store it should already have batteries in it!
        lol now ya tell me, but now i kno where to go to put batteries in so thanks anyways guys


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        -Seymour duncan live wire heavy metal humbuckers
        -Gibson amp( model unknown its too old)
        -Behringer V-amp 2

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        • #19
          Re: Learning style

          www.tedvieira.com that site has a flas type thingy that teaches you how to read music, it's very good and very simple to understand..
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          • #20
            Re: Learning style

            IMO It really depends upon the individual. Different learning approaches for different folks. I learned by tab in the beginning which is a GREAT way to get up and running fast. However, since my ear wasn't that great to begin with, tab didn't personally help me in learning to write my own material. I segued to learning music theory which helped immensely. I don't claim to be an expert on theory...but have a good solid working knowledge of it.

            I eventually learned to read music when I started playing the easier classical pieces. I didn't really get that much benefit from it though.
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            • #21
              Re: Learning style

              http://www.musictheory.net/load.php?id=82

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              Learning to read sheet music is not necessary for guitarists, but useful.
              Originally posted by The Minstrel
              Fair as the country was and the goatboy life my fellows' lot, if I could not've imagined my music's one day whisking me Orionlike to the stars, I'd have as well flung myself into the sea. No other fate would even faintly do; an impassioned lack of alternatives moved my tongue; what for another might be a heartfelt wish was for me an absolute condition.

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