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Amplifiers / Re: Fender Mustang 1
« on: September 25, 2013, 07:02:13 PM »
Thanks for the imput. There are g-dec instructional dvd's and written instructions after-market which may help. My regular amp is a Peavey classic 30: can't beat it. Great clean and unreal distortion.

Amplifiers / Fender Mustang 1
« on: September 24, 2013, 01:44:57 PM »
Hi, and thanks in advance for your input. I'm thinking of a small practice amp and the mustang sounded awesome on youtube. How hard is it to learn to use it? I bought a fender gdec 30 and had to sell the damn thing because i couldn't learn how to program it. It's tough being 62. I learned how to program my boss gt-6 effects unit, but that used up the remaining brain cells, lol.

Hi. I'm an intermediate level player and a copycat (tab), as music theory, like math, is beyond me. Anyone know a book with classic hammer-on/pull-off patterns I could learn from. Also, I live in Bellmore, N.Y. If anyone wants to join my meetup.com group ("lets form a band"), please look me up. We sure could use more players, especially bass and singers, for good ole garage-rock jamming fun.

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