Guitar Hero

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  • My Life With Asperger's Book Report

    bass. For instance, he could tell why an amp was not playing loud enough. He would then reconstruct something and make it ten times better than it was. Word got around, and he ended up working for KISS. The guitarist, Ace, had an idea to have his guitar shoot out fire during his solo. He was hoping that John could make it happen. John was intrigued by this idea. Mostly, he was in disbelief that the lead guitarist of KISS had asked him to do the project. He knew he could…

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  • The Similarities And Differences Of Martin Luther King Jr. And Malcolm X

    The crowd generously cheers as I exit, and with a smile on my face, I gently place my guitar in its case and go home to rest because the next day awaits another performance. Ultimately, my life is a series of different performances. Each song that I play possesses its own unique rhythms and strumming patterns, but the chord progression remains…

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  • Learning Something New

    Learning something new can be a terrifying experience. One of the most difficult things I’ve had to learn was learning how to play the guitar. I have always been afraid of learning new things, but I decided that learning how to play the guitar would be an advantageous skill to learn. I also thought that it would help me become a better musician. What I did not visualize was that learning something new would shape me into a more confident person. Trying new things has always been difficult to me,…

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  • An Interview With My Mother

    not play any instrument but enjoys listening to the classical guitar. She says it is relaxing, beautiful and elegant and she enjoys listening to it in the evening and while driving. Her favorite type of music now are alternative rock, classic rock and big band music. She enjoys music that is not main stream as it feel more artistic and original. Much of her love for big band came from listening to Django Reinhardt. His impressive guitar playing and upbeat feeling captured her attention. After…

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  • Learning Guitar Lessons

    The future of learning how to play the guitar may be now. Learning to play the guitar using hi-tech interactive learning tools has many of the same advantages as buying a guitar online. Obviously, one advantage is that you don 't have to leave your home. Another advantage is your teacher is always there for you. Some of the methods of teaching online are so thoroughly designed and technically accurate that in my opinion a guitar player can find exactly what type of lessons that can be purchased…

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  • Mariachi: Western Mexico In The 19th Century

    love, betrayal, death, politics, heroes, and animals. There are a variety of instruments used in a mariachi band. There is 2 violins which are soft sounding, 2 trumpets which are high pitched, 1 spanish guitar that sounds like a guitar we’re familiar with, 1 high pitched, five-string guitar called vihuela, and 1 guitarron that sounds like a small scaled bass. The instruments used to only be used during…

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  • John Didion Research Paper

    You see, Django was a secret member of a band, not just any band though, The Beatles. Django was the real guitarist of the group, but due to race issues the band members decided to keep it a secret and have John Lennon pretend to be the one on the guitar. Tonight shouldn’t be any different, except it was. There was this reporter, John Didion, who has been on Django’s case for months now, determined to prove that Django is the true guitarist. So there Django was sitting backstage, waiting for the…

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  • Folk Music Research Paper

    Folk music has a very wide description and can be created in many forms. Folk music just as Folklore is typically passed down orally from generation to generation. Because of this one song may have many different versions and is typically short because of forgetfulness from being passed down. It also typically has an unknown artist so a lot of folk songs are not by the artist him/herself. One criteria is folk songs are that their short, this is because of the forgetfulness of the song being…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Practicing The Violin

    A choice has been made to pick this delicate instrument, a weapon of my choice—the violin. Carefully, one removes the seals from the case it has been resting in—it made a soft clicking sound like the locks from a prisoner’s cage. The case opens slowly revealing what was inside of it. The instrument patiently waits for its master as it lays on its furry navy blue bed. Silence filled the room as each one stare at each other and talk with their amazed eyes. The violin was glistening with beauty;…

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  • Essay On Iowa Living

    worship group, so our pastor would just play the guitar and sing some worship songs. As the church grew, we knew we could start forming a group. I was chosen to be the piano player. That day became the day when music became one of the most important aspects of my life. I found a new view of music and I just couldn’t stop learning. The piano became a part of who I was. After 2 years or so, I began to find interest in another instrument: the guitar. Specifically the electric. So I took up the…

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