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Old 2005-02-15, 02:05
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Originally Posted by Bia
What do you suggest.....a cordless drill with a paddlewheel?

Paper clip, quarter, pen tip.....whatever's lying near.
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Old 2005-02-16, 15:41
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Jesus, I asked you guys a question I was serious about, considering I'M NEW TO GUITAR. Stop bashing people about things they don't know much about, if you expect to get any respect.
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since when do women know anything??
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That's insulting. They can make sandwiches and iron clothes. You should be ashamed.
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Old 2005-02-17, 06:17
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As for your question, I use a pick when playing with distortion because in my oponion the distortion sounds better, sharper. The reson to use a pick is that you'll be able to tremolo real fast and accurate with a pick. You could do it with your fingers, but you'll strain them in no time when playing realy melodic and fast songs. Try galloping at 220Bpm with your fingers o.O When I play clean, it depends on the song if I play with or without one, the clean parts of immortal songs I play with a pick for example. Hope it helps.
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