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can someone plez show me all the majors scales(a,b,,c,d,e,f,g)showin the scale along all of the fretboard??.....i want to get back into scales but i dont have lessons....so plez respond!!!!!
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Re: scales

7/12/2003 6:17 PM

Ognjen Maric (1513) wrote:

Search the Wholenote lesson directory for CAGED system, that should get you started

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7/14/2003 3:46 PM

Larry Lowe (51) wrote:

What you want to do, I think is this:

www.absolutefretboard.com/index.htm

and / or this:

http://www.visualguitar.com/

And don't mind those old guyz
gettin' hot about your spelling.
I bet they couldn't spell anything
in any other language than English.

--Man muss sich immer daran errinern,
dass es gibt mehrer Blickwinkel als
die Eigene.--

Cheers,

ballardnut


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7/14/2003 6:55 PM

Don Brozz (271) wrote:

English is the language used here at wholenote. Learn it, speak it, write it ...... PROPERLY !!
I'm sure no one is impressed by your fluency in foreign tongues.
As far as the DAWG crowd, I would like to ask all of you a few things.
Did you drop out of school in the third grade? Were you born ignorant, or did you have to practice?
Wholenote is a great site/community, and a certain level of tact is expected from ALL members. Let's not let wholenote be drawn into the cyber-ghetto.

Brozz



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7/14/2003 7:17 PM

Jacek Dabrowski (383) wrote:

seriously...who opissed in ur cereal today......its just spellin clam down....u should have other things to worry about



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7/15/2003 9:19 AM

Tony Arnold (2864) wrote:

".............a certain level of tact is expected from ALL members...................."

Hmmmmmmmmmmm.

Tony



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7/15/2003 10:02 AM

Michael Sarles (2077) wrote:

Don,

Regarding the DAWG comment, I was talking to Chris. I like Chris and joke around with his posts every once in awhile.

Yes, I made it past the third grade as well as college. I may be ignorant regarding a number of topics. Being ignorant is nothing bad. Being unwilling to learn, is. But, I believe I have some level of intelligence and a willingness to learn.

Again, since I was the one that posted a message to Chris regarding "dawgs" - a response to Chris that you decided to drop your nose into - I'll respond to you directly.

"WholeNote is a great site/community, and a certain level of tact is expected from ALL members." Nice quote. Now, why don't you take your haughty, facist attitude to a dictionary and get your mom to help you look up the word 'tact'. You should know better than to post flames and use words that you obviously have no clue as to what they mean. You jumped in on a comment not directed at you and decided to attack me personally. I think WholeNote would be a lot better off without people like you making denigrating comments about people you don't even know.

WholeNote is a great place to share and learn with others. Unfortunately, it's people like you that will scare away those who are looking for a place to learn.

Michael



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7/15/2003 11:36 AM

Don Brozz (271) wrote:

Obviously, you are well spoken and educated. So why would you consider what I said to be a personal attack on you. Also, if not wanting to deal with hip hop "wannabes" makes me a facist, so be it. I am so sick of dealing with middle class suburban white brats who try and act like they're from "the hood". Stop trying to be something your not.



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7/15/2003 11:45 AM

Ryan Sequeira (7665) wrote:

middle class suburban white brats who try and act like they're from "the hood".

em.. to the best of my knowledge, the aforementioned people usually don't play guitar.

and i don't think you'll find many guitarists here, especially in the older crowd, who even like hip hop, let alone want to be "hip hop wannabes"

your argument is severely lacking in something essential to every good argument; sense.

Ryan



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7/15/2003 12:19 PM

Michael Sarles (2077) wrote:

Because I made the "dawg" comment to Chris, then you questioned "to the dawg crowd" (i.e., me), if we/I 1) had made it past the 3rd grade 2) were born ignorant 3) something else that escapes my mind about ignorance. I made the 'dawg' comment ergo, the feeling of a personal attack.

There are things I like and dislike. Some of them are my cup of tea, some aren't. Those things that aren't, I try to be tolerable. I've learned to think like this because I used to play the bagpipes :)

I just don't wanna see people intimidated away. Like you, I see some things as childish, immature, poser-ish, etc. I just don't read the posts. Live and let live. I honestly wouldn't want to see someone flame you out here either. I'm sure you have valuable insight that could be shared. I've seen a couple people here get flamed and almost leave - that would be a shame.

Michael






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7/15/2003 12:35 PM

Don Brozz (271) wrote:

Well said Micheal, and your right, if there's something I don't agree with or something that annoys me, I should just live and let live. But sometimes, you just have say what's on your mind even though you know it will offend someone else. People shouldn't take things so personally here, it's not like we know each other, it's just thoughts and opinions.





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7/15/2003 3:04 PM

Michael Sarles (2077) wrote:

I love you, you little stinker :)

Michael



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7/15/2003 1:58 PM

Chuck Stensrud (13014) wrote:

I'm well-spoken and educated as well - and I don't like your attitude. The internet is a pretty informal place, and as long as I can understand what a person is trying to say, I'm ok with their use of the English language.

The folks I work with are all folks with college degrees, some of them have Masters and Doctorates. With some of them, you'd never know it by their internet traffic. Some just have a real aversion to the keyboard and it sort of turns them into drooling illiterates. These are all fine people with whom I am proud to be associated, and I have enough self esteem to not be threatened by their online image.

You are guilty of generalization, and that is what I really dislike about your post. Things, and people, are not always what they seem to be, and I hate it when people like you talk down to them.

%chuck%



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7/15/2003 2:24 PM

Don Brozz (271) wrote:

I never talked down to anyone, I simply stated my opinion, as you just have. You say you don't like my attitude? Thats cool, you have the right to your opinion, but unlike what you did to me, I won't criticize you for yours.
People need to stop taking these posts so seriously. They are just opinions, nothing more, and we dont have to agree with each other. If you happen to be offended by a post, so what, it's good to be offended once in a while, keeps you in touch with reality.
I will not post on this subject again, nor will I read the responses. I'm asking all of you to do the same, because it's getting put of hand, you cant argue over an opinion, its a waste of time
Having said that, can we all just get on with our lives.



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7/15/2003 2:31 PM

Don Brozz (271) wrote:

BTW ... at the risk of being politically incorrect, I think your an a------. If you have an opinion to share, by all means, do it, but don't try to tell my my opinions are wrong simply because you don't agree with them. Get off your soapbox, loosen your shorts, get laid and relax. The world already has far too many of your kind (tight-ass, opinionated morons) running loose.
Have a nice day and f*ck you very much.



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7/15/2003 2:48 PM

Robert Strait (6660) wrote:

Man...Don, Don, Don!

You should have just left it alone after your first reponse to Chet which was civil and pretty well stated...your follow up was really unnecessary man, and you totally undermined the points you were trying to make.

I know you probably got p---ed, and maybe you hit the "post" button before you thought it all the way thru, but you just got personal, which is what you seemed to be rallying against.

I myself don't really understand why this thread degenerated into argument, because I don't really think the spelling thing is a big deal. Yes...Chet did seem to attack you personally, but you may have been better off not reacting to it. I like the idea of "take what you want and leave the rest", buffet-style, when approaching the forums. I myself sometimes regret getting pulled into some of these threads (and this could certainly turn out to be one of those times! lol), but for the most part I just leave this stuff alone and only read and respond to the music related stuff.

Since you seem to be a relatively new member, it would be cool to squash this a bit so you can hang out with us and have a good time talking shop. You should also probably know that the site administrators have a history of removing inappropriate posts and even deleting memberships.

I hope this stuff settles down, and FWIW...welcome to WN.

keep pickin,

Rob



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7/15/2003 3:01 PM

Inactive Member wrote:

Yeah, I think he went out for a drink, came back and blew up.

Don is obviously very angry at Chet. Chet obviously doesn't care.

I on the other hand have nothing but love for all of my Wholenote brothers.

Chet, Don...it's all about the love. Never forget that.

S---, I just drank my last beer...



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7/15/2003 3:09 PM

Michael Sarles (2077) wrote:

I knew I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue. Have one for me.

Michael

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7/15/2003 8:31 AM

Inactive Member wrote:

Very good try at German, but it should read:

Man muss sich immer daran erinnern, dass es immer mehrere Blickwinkel gibt als den Eigenen.

I guess nobody is offended by a non-native speaker's mistakes. When people complain about somebody not spelling correctly, they complain about that that person does not find it necessary to "invest" a bit of effort and spell correctly. Why then should other people invest time and effort to answer?

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Re: scales

7/15/2003 3:19 PM

Andrew Smith (2792) wrote:

Scheie!!

Andrew

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