Yet another old guy.

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Rumble Walrus

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Joined: 12/30/20

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Been with GT for a year (just renewed) but I've been playing on and off for over 40 years. The gaps in my playing have always been strumming, any type of lead playing involving a pick - especially electric guitar. A shame because I grew up loving Classic and Southern Rock, SRV, and a lot of rock that's come out in the last few years.

So, I bought an new electric guitar, a practice amp, and I sound pretty crappy but I am getting better.

Don't know why I just now decided to look at the Forum. Old. Slow. Whatever.

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Been with GT for a year (just renewed) but I've been playing on and off for over 40 years. The gaps in my playing have always been strumming, any type of lead playing involving a pick - especially electric guitar. A shame because I grew up loving Classic and Southern Rock, SRV, and a lot of rock that's come out in the last few years.

So, I bought an new electric guitar, a practice amp, and I sound pretty crappy but I am getting better.

Don't know why I just now decided to look at the Forum. Old. Slow. Whatever.

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Welcome to the Guitar Tricks forum! Here you will find other students to chat with and instructors to ask questions. Enjoy the program!

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