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My son Skips first guitarlesson


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Every sunday is Recording day at my house.My guitarplayer Alex comes over and records his tracks for our CD. He's the Godfather of our son Skippy and is teaching him guitar,...Skip's only 5 and a half months old but Alex is his guitar GOD and he listens to everything Alex does.....See the pics ;)

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Fan, nu pissar jag taggtråd igen. Jag skulle inte satt på räpan.

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Bah! That kid's a drummer if I've ever seen one!

 

Don't waste your time with those string-slingers, Skip! They only want you for your body!

 

What you need is a nice pair of Pro-mark 5A's to get you started. You can beat on your Dad! I bet you could get a decent sound out of that guy... :thu:

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I think it's great that you are exposing your child to music at an early age! My only concern would be for the hearing of your child. Their ears are more sensitive to loud sounds than ours and just be aware not to expose him to undue loud sounds.

No guitarists were harmed during the making of this message.

 

In general, harmonic complexity is inversely proportional to the ratio between chording and non-chording instruments.

 

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Originally posted by Dave Horne:

I think it's great that you are exposing your child to music at an early age! My only concern would be for the hearing of your child. Their ears are more sensitive to loud sounds than ours and just be aware not to expose him to undue loud sounds.

You know what the houses are like in Holland ,right Dave? Mys tduio set-up is in my living room so it's impossible to play or monitor loud music. If I did the 5-0 would be here in 5 minutes. Music in my studio is about as loud as the average tv set. ;)

Fan, nu pissar jag taggtråd igen. Jag skulle inte satt på räpan.

http://www.bushcollectors.com

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I didn't even notice that you lived here as well.

 

My concern stems from having played many concerts in the US and I would see adults carrying their children on their shoulders and stand directly in front of the speakers. I never understood that. I have tinnitus and if I could go back in time and wear ear plugs and play my home stereo softer, I would, but I can't. Children's ears are more sensitive that ours and that was my concern.

 

Glad to hear that you are aware of the sound levels for your son. (I live in a vrijstand huis, so I never worry about my neighbors.) Stop by the next time you're in Noord Brabant. Dave

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In general, harmonic complexity is inversely proportional to the ratio between chording and non-chording instruments.

 

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To tell you the truth,....I have only been in Brabant twice,..and I'm 33 lol.

For us people from the Randstad there's no sense in going down there unless we have to pass it to drive to France or Spain.

Must be the same as NewYorkers going to NorthCarolina.

Most people here think of Brabanders as RedNecks.

Some of my relatives live in Zeeland and I go there once in a while. When I'm up for that 'll make a brief detour and come over for coffee ;)

Fan, nu pissar jag taggtråd igen. Jag skulle inte satt på räpan.

http://www.bushcollectors.com

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Originally posted by boosh:

To tell you the truth,....I have only been in Brabant twice,..and I'm 33 lol.

For us people from the Randstad there's no sense in going down there unless we have to pass it to drive to France or Spain.

Must be the same as NewYorkers going to NorthCarolina.

Most people here think of Brabanders as RedNecks.

Some of my relatives live in Zeeland and I go there once in a while. When I'm up for that 'll make a brief detour and come over for coffee ;)

It's actually quite civilized here - we have hot and cold running water and electricity.

No guitarists were harmed during the making of this message.

 

In general, harmonic complexity is inversely proportional to the ratio between chording and non-chording instruments.

 

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Originally posted by Dave Horne:

Originally posted by boosh:

To tell you the truth,....I have only been in Brabant twice,..and I'm 33 lol.

For us people from the Randstad there's no sense in going down there unless we have to pass it to drive to France or Spain.

Must be the same as NewYorkers going to NorthCarolina.

Most people here think of Brabanders as RedNecks.

Some of my relatives live in Zeeland and I go there once in a while. When I'm up for that 'll make a brief detour and come over for coffee ;)

It's actually quite civilized here - we have hot and cold running water and electricity.
I know,... it's just a weird northern thing.... we're from the city and people down there are mostly from villages...I know I know,.. there are big towns also. But you know how it is ;)

Fan, nu pissar jag taggtråd igen. Jag skulle inte satt på räpan.

http://www.bushcollectors.com

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