Guitar Messages by Tim Ball

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  1. Tim Ball (2060)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 91 Hits · 6/6/2002 9:16 AM
    (<i>Nods head and grunts quietly in agreement.</i>) Cinda, Cinda, Cinda. There is no 12-step program for this condition. All you can do is give in.
  2. Tim Ball (2060)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 113 Hits · 6/5/2002 11:11 AM
    You mean this? <a href="">The Water is Wide</a> Look around and you can find TABs by JT, the Indigo Girls, Peter Paul &amp; Mary, and others.
  3. Tim Ball (2060)
    Artists Forum · 74 Hits · 5/29/2002 12:09 PM
    I can play every one of Keith's furious solos and fills on my steering wheel. And I can do a pretty mean Townshend on air guitar. Entwhistle is the coolest looking chap to ever strap on a bass. Man can those guys rock. The Who and The Moody Bl...(more)
  4. Tim Ball (2060)
    Open Forum · 89 Hits · 5/21/2002 1:09 PM
    Also shows up on a license plate in American Grafitti
  5. Tim Ball (2060)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 104 Hits · 5/18/2002 9:12 PM
    You're off to a great start, Marty. Fills and arpeggios are a good way to make sure you and the piano aren't just doing the same thing. Keeps things from getting muddy. When we have a song I think needs some good rousing strums, I suggest to th...(more)
  6. Tim Ball (2060)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 87 Hits · 5/17/2002 3:53 PM
    Sounds like a good excuse to get thee to a music store and buy a new guitar.
  7. Tim Ball (2060)
    Instructional Forum · 74 Hits · 5/15/2002 12:22 AM
    Better than sawing the guitar in half. Now <i>that</i> would have been a solution of Solomonic proportions.
  8. Tim Ball (2060)
    Equipment Forum · 131 Hits · 5/10/2002 10:01 AM
    I brought home my new Yamaha Stomp AG acoustic preamp last night. I think I need to take a few days off work and start experimentin'. Back to work now :( ....
  9. Tim Ball (2060)
    Building/Repair Forum · 95 Hits · 5/3/2002 11:07 AM
    Wow, that's a beaut.
  10. Tim Ball (2060)
    Theory Forum · 117 Hits · 4/26/2002 10:48 AM
    A wild guess: Play an octave below (or above?) what's written.
  11. Tim Ball (2060)
    Instructional Forum · 35 Hits · 4/24/2002 8:34 AM
    I'm no ska guitarist. But we had a piece we did at church a few months ago that we decided to do with a ska feel. At rehearsal I thought I was doing pretty well with it, steadily throwing down solid choked strums at the back end of every beat. ...(more)
  12. Tim Ball (2060)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 47 Hits · 4/17/2002 4:31 PM
    Or, as my wife likes to say, "Toys are toys."
  13. Tim Ball (2060)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 29 Hits · 4/17/2002 1:23 PM
    D'addario Phosphor Bronze Lights (.012 - .053). But I'm just an acoustic interloper in this thread.
  14. Tim Ball (2060)
    Open Forum · 34 Hits · 4/17/2002 8:32 AM
    Unlikley. I have an unconventional sense of humor. I was only lucky to have "gotten" this one. ;)
  15. Tim Ball (2060)
    Open Forum · 36 Hits · 4/16/2002 3:46 PM
    Queen Mum - died over 100 years of age Princess Di - died at over 100 mph, ahem, <b>k</b>ph
  16. Tim Ball (2060)
    Equipment Forum · 63 Hits · 4/16/2002 1:49 PM
    I've often snickered (as in, "They have <i>got</i> to be kidding!) when trying out Gibson acoustics. Sure they're good guitars, but anyone can find comparable guitars for significantly less money. I always figured it was the Gibson name.
  17. Tim Ball (2060)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 30 Hits · 4/16/2002 8:39 AM
    Hmmm. You say you're a heavy metal band and you're playing for a wedding party? Well, are supposed to be playing music for dancing, or just some background music, or both? What kind of music is your boss going to be expecting? How many sets of...(more)
  18. Tim Ball (2060)
    Equipment Forum · 26 Hits · 4/11/2002 4:17 PM
    Chorus is useful with acoustic guitar. I've been using a Boss CE-5 for quite a while and I'm generally pleased. Compression (I have the Boss CS-3) is also a useful effect, but it takes a lot more work to get it right. I use it sparingly. I al...(more)
  19. Tim Ball (2060)
    Open Forum · 35 Hits · 4/11/2002 4:00 PM
    Hmmm. "Exhile." That sounds like a sniglet. Maybe it means "the state of being cast out for carrying on with the annoying habbit of breathing through one's mouth." Of course, in the case of the joke's subjects, there's no breathing going on at ...(more)
  20. Tim Ball (2060)
    Miscellaneous Forum · 69 Hits · 4/10/2002 8:06 AM
    She's beautiful, Sandra. Quick question: Is that a million-pound cradle, or some fancy digital camera effect?