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Hey, Welcome! Lovely guitars!
I usually mute it with my thumb.
Or better yet. Mute the A string and focus on playing E, D, g, b and e.
Welcome! I have no other tips than to practice it, a lot. Thumb over can be really useful but it depends onbyour plying style.
Don't worry about...
I didnthis a week ago as a demo for a pedal.
Yes, why do you think I forgot my rune stone? Too much fun over there!
I would but I think I forgot it somewhere in a monastery...
I'm utterly confused. I can't really say that neither Ireland nor Yorkshire are the first things to pop into my head when I think of English...
I never had a Facebook account but hearing stories from those who do makes me glad I don't.
My girlfriend finds lots of use for it in the market...
Yep, I do :D I was debating with myself to find the appropriate level. Something subtle, but not so subtle that it would fly under the radar ;)
VAT doesn't apply to privately sold second hand goods in the EU either, unless you import it from outside the EU. The OP should have to pay Polish...
You should have to pay VAT. I'm curious to find out though...
Ah, that makes sense. The Reverb chart posted above is a good indication. Think that the top price is a mint one, never touched and with allnits...
Yeah but I figured he must have paid something for it so he should have an idea about the value...
Didn't you just buy it?
Or turn them inside out.
I don't clean them, I change them.
Congratulations, it looks amazing!
Sale is over. Now I'm afraid to try it for fear of wanting it :eek:
Nice! Happy New Guitar Day!
That's a beauty! Happy New Guitar Day!
I've had the Yamaha THR5 since it first came out, it's the amp I've owned the longest. They sound great!