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MarcG

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About MarcG

  • Birthday 02/25/1967

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Music Background

  • Songwriting Collaboration
    Maybe
  • Musical Influences
    Hank Williams Sr., George Lynch, Muddy Waters, BB King, Joan Jett, Jimmy Page, Mark Kendall, Buddy Guy, Mark Knopfler, Niccolo Paganini.. the list is quite long.

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  • Interests
    Music, computers, electronics, theology, games & beating my kids.
    https://soundcloud.com/user788849355/riffed-up
  • Location
    United States of America
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. MarcG

    Licks

    Not sure where to ask this, I have been roamin the net looking for licks and stumbled upon www.elickz.com it's a paid site and wonder if anyone has used it? If licks are cool cheaper than a book lol.
  2. Not sure rock, blues, not a song? lol https://soundcloud.com/user788849355/nobody-loves-me Excuse the background noise, woman wouldnt turn down the TV but I fell in a groove.
  3. MarcG

    Marc's Gear

    My toys.
  4. Don't make your rhythm too close to the melody, in key, complementry but separate. Learn the lyrics, sing them to your self and if your like me you'll start to hear bits of music as you sing, then spend four months trying to match it on your instrument
  5. When I'm just fiddling wanting to come up with a simple solo I'll do stuff like mixing up diddys.. for instance do a line of row row row your boat then twinkle twinkle little star. Hope you get what I'm saying lol. Also, knowing quite a few solos is a good arsonal of licks at your disposal.
  6. Try to find a nice old Carvin Quad X amp, they were early solidstate quality.
  7. Sweap picking and running scales alternate picking. I found, when I was into such Malmstienish ideas runing scales with a meteronome each day setting it a little faster helped my speed and accuracy alot. Hours of running scales, look out carpal tunnel.
  8. MarcG

    Guitar Effects

    In the 80s I was rack crazy, still have an SGX, a quadraverb and a few other things gathering dust in a corner, now I just use a little rp250 hooked to my input on my computer more than anything else. Have a few sounds programmed that fit me. Had a Line6 but ended up still using my rp so ebayed it a few months back. I'm simple.
  9. I like riffinteractive, I've bought a few of thier cds. Automated tab, cool.
  10. I've never bought a kit but have ordered a guitar a peice at a time. Body from Warmoth, neck from Carvin,.. etc. Really as long as the kit is quality parts it is a big save money wise compaired to buying one whole. As long as the body is solid rather than plywood and the neck is straight your good to go. When my "guitar in instalments" was finaly complete it was very fulfilling the first time I banged out some power chords on a guitar I built. Being poor has it's benefits
  11. Hi, my name is Marc I live in Texas. 1. Do you sing, play an instrument or instruments? both.. ish What instruments? Guitar, piano, drums & trumpet When did you start playing? 5th grade I started trumpet and was introduced to theory, then picked up a guitar.. Did you teach yourself? mostly, got the basics from band and developed an understanding of theory. 2. Are you in a band or bands? no What do you play?Rock, metal, country, blues. What ever sounds good. Prefer driving rhythm regardless of style. 3. Do you write songs? Yes Do you write lyrics, music or both? Both Do you have a writing partner? No 4. Do you record your music? beginning to Do you use a home studio? Experimenting now, had an old fostex cassett 4 track but I'm techish and computer savy so evolved. Do you use a recording studio? no Do you have music available on the web? if so where? hoing to soon. 7. What country do you live in? US 8. What are your ambitions? share a little good sound and maybe sell a song or 50 one day. Have no desire for stardom. 9. Do you draw/paint/write stories/computer art/dance or other creative pursuit?Computer game programming is a hobby. Been programming since DOS was "the" os lmao What are your pastimes? computers, music & being a dad 10. What would you like to get out of Songstuff? encounter people of the same mindset and learn more and share.
  12. john

    Welcome to the forums MarcG :)

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