At 6/27/11 09:34 PM, Oolaph wrote:
No, I'm now playing with you because of your ridiculous statements over how a person should practice guitar.
Now you're just misunderstanding everything. How a person should practice guitar? I'm merely trying to save the world hundreds, if not billions of precious hours of time that would be otherwise be wasted on this guitar phase. Now, if you actually know theory and see some potential in trying out a scale that isn't based on just dropping or raising the pitch of a standard tuning, then go wild. Keep in mind though, switching between scales is sort of like switching between Operating Systems based on different Kernels - whatever you do on one, it can't be transitioned to the other.
We get that, but I don't want to have to deal with you saying it's immature and pointless when it's really not.
Once again, when did I say that it's immature? In a legal trial the judge would have already kicked you out of the court room for presenting false information.
And then you made the statement saying that chords are for noobs, and that's so stupid I'm not even going to begin arguing with it.
I'll admit that I only said that to piss you off, and it worked brilliantly.
Guitar playing isn't just about playing scales and arpeggios.
It sort of is... unless you have an acoustic, then it's all cool.
Quit taking things so seriously.
NO, U. I refuse to, I would become boring and generic otherwise.