Hey +swiftlessons , I really enjoyed this lesson. I am a beginner and have been playing since around Christmas time. Wanted to thank you for the clear lessons. Also here is my playing what I have learned so far of the song... played on my electric via GarageBand..
Hey thanks +Bobby Johnson, thanks for taking the time to share your progress, you're playing is really coming along! So glad that I could be of help. Let me know if you have any request. Thanks again. -Rob
Sweet, I have been trolling youtube looking for non marketing videos about these amps and yours is the first one I have found. Did you end up walking out with one? Why the 75 over the 150? And why this amp over something like the Fender Mustang?
Thanks for watching. Glad the video helped. I didn't walk out with it just because I don't have the cash right now. I just bought my Boss RC-300. I want the 75 watt for portability mainly. I have a full Line 6 FRFR "dream rig" so I don't really need the bigger amp. As for why this over a fender mustang, first I love the mustang series. Check out my video I did of one. But this is way better in my opinion. You get an amazing PA/iPhone/iPad controlled guitar amp! That is awesome. I always wanted something like this.
Hey Dave, I have been watching your videos for the last couple days and have learned more about the care and feeding of my guitar in the last two days than I have the entire time I have played. Thanks for your effort, I greatly appreciate it.
Chris, you almost have me sold. This video was really only missing one thing for me. I want to do pretty much exactly what you are doing in this video, but I want to record myself as an isolated track in GarageBand or something similar. How about some up demos of you doing that?
+Bobby Johnson I'm gonna say the best way you could do that is if you make a backing track the same way but don't amplify the backing track, just monitor it in your headphones and mic the amp that has just the guitar coming out of it, hope that makes sense