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  1. hidrozoo

    hidrozoo It's just a phase

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    Hi,

    Been lurking in the unknown for a while. Thought I'd join to open the zillionth thread about EQ's and tones.

    Quick background: Played guitar for a few years before switching to drums. Then I stopped playing music altogether. After a 10 year hiatus I picked up my guitar again (blame Covid lockdowns) and damn I'm having so much fun.

    Definitely not an expert musician although pretty versed about sound/production. Currently screwing around with different genres and doing some fretboard gymnastics.

    Thank y'all in retrospect for all the helpful threads :)

    Cheers,
    S.
     
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  2. bostjan

    bostjan MicroMetal Contributor

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    Hi! :wavey:

    Do you still play drums?

    I bang on the drums. I wouldn't say that I play them. I will say, though, that I have gotten very good at annoying my neighbours.

    I've been banging on guitar string without properly playing them for a long time, too. I've learned a lot of things on this forum. I hope you get something positive out of your stay here, too.
     
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    Welcome. May your time here proves use and cheerful. We tend to bark a bit, but we don't bite... often...
     
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  4. hidrozoo

    hidrozoo It's just a phase

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    Thanks!

    Nah, not really but I wish I could. I was never a proficient drummer anyway.

    It's all about weird chords and keeping up with a metronome at the moment. When I was starting I couldn't care less about theory or exercises, now my approach is way more brainy and, lets be honest, rewarding.
     

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