This is a test. I repeat, this is only a test. OOPS I almost said a political sentence. Instead I will tell you I'm old enough to remember duck & cover under my desk at school. Shoot, it's the same now. Glad I'm not in school.
For some reason, I see you and I think VICTIM. Maybe it's the warm and fuzzy avatar. Victim = stupid question from moi
How do I customize this T ? I guess you can see in my profile, right ? I managed to get my bird dog there, I THINK, but I want to add text. Got a minute?
Panther Fan, welcome
I`m the same as you, been playing for 4 years, didn`t start learning till I was an old bugger
Recently I`ve been playing in a band environment, jamming and doing my own stuff and some covers at "Folk Night" (Its not really Folk at all)
The thing with us is that apart from our Guitar Tutor (who enhances our sound and also doubles on drums when required), who taught us all in some form, its all intermediate learners who play together
As for gigging, well that's a probable non starter, its purely a social pastime that suits us all
Sometimes we are ok, other times we are shit, but we persevere
Maybe that's what you need, to get involved with like minded players of a similar level to yourself
Iron out things that you aren`t so good at in a situation where no one is judging.
In my experience, Squier do a very good budget Telecaster, Epiphone also have the Les Paul design pretty good as well
I have a Yamaha acoustic that plays as good as any, (it suits my purposes anyway, great sound) and a 12 string Ibanez which is incredible
Actually it sounds better when someone else plays it ha ha