Guitar Messages by Erik Yars

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  1. Erik Yars (126)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 29 Hits · 4/26/2008 11:25 PM
    I believe that it is great to combine the two in soloing. Like the great works of randy rhoads and dan huff. Some songs you need to play using speed and others are all about the soul behind your fingers
  2. Erik Yars (126)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 28 Hits · 4/26/2008 11:19 PM
    the only used gear I get are original kramer. For anything new i usually just go to musciansfriend.com
  3. Erik Yars (126)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 18 Hits · 4/17/2008 10:17 PM
    When I go to GC in joisey i end up across the street at sam ash or at white castle
  4. Erik Yars (126)
    Instructional Forum · 31 Hits · 4/3/2008 8:36 PM
    Yeah thats what I've been doing, but alot of songs can be played in different area's. For example, I have an ozzy osbourne song book, and also the power tab for Mr. Crowley, annd alot of parts are different.
  5. Erik Yars (126)
    Theory Forum · 17 Hits · 4/2/2008 10:28 PM
    I think Andy Fake just comments on these messages to get his community rating up. Erik
  6. Erik Yars (126)
    Theory Forum · 11 Hits · 4/2/2008 10:15 PM
    I usually encounter this problem too, so I start on the first note and just go up or down an octave using a chromatic scale;. That has to work
  7. Erik Yars (126)
    Theory Forum · 12 Hits · 4/1/2008 8:45 PM
    Thanks Nick that makes me feel a lot better about myself; me always reading all of these forums. Erik
  8. Erik Yars (126)
    Instructional Forum · 10 Hits · 3/31/2008 5:48 PM
    Yeah I've been looking at tabs for Bang by Gorky Park; and whenever I find a tab and play it and then listen to the recording, it sounds nothing alike. I've been trying to transcribe the song myself but I can only get the intro and the chorus.
  9. Erik Yars (126)
    Instructional Forum · 19 Hits · 3/26/2008 5:17 PM
    I've been checking out tabs on the inter net and I found that the most reliable are power tabs because you can open them and the computer will play the notes for you just like a midi file.
  10. Erik Yars (126)
    Instructional Forum · 63 Hits · 3/25/2008 8:35 PM
    I have always wondered whether the tabs I get from from the internet are reliable. I don't think they are as reliable as a song book, but do they usually contain the correct notes and positions?
  11. Erik Yars (126)
    Instructional Forum · 44 Hits · 3/25/2008 8:14 PM
    The best place to view and download free tabs is at www.tabopolis.org. You need to download powertab editor 1.7 (free sowtware). It lets you play tabs like an mp3 and shows them in a format that is exactly like a music book with tabs below (staf...(more)
  12. Erik Yars (126)
    Instructional Forum · 54 Hits · 3/25/2008 7:44 PM
    Hey Jeremy, A great to solo over power chords is to first find what key the power chords are in and then solo in thaat key in a blues scale. For example hear is an E blues scale and a chord progression seq|6_12|6_15|5_12|5_13|5_14|4_12|4_14|3_1...(more)
  13. Erik Yars (126)
    WholeNote Forum · 61 Hits · 3/24/2008 8:38 PM
    Hey this is Erik and I am new to this site. I am having troubles installing tablature into lessons. I am in need of advice. Thank you