Implement soundslice?

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fxdc92

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Joined: 05/13/16

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Hello,

First off, thanks for creating a great way to learn guitar!

Has the GT team thought about implementing SoundSlice into the lessons?

Thanks

#1

Hello,

First off, thanks for creating a great way to learn guitar!

Has the GT team thought about implementing SoundSlice into the lessons?

Thanks

Guitar Tricks Admin

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Joined: 09/28/05

Posts: 3153

Hey fxdc! Thanks for the suggestion! As of now, the website impliments its own proprietary method for the music notation and auto scroll.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us.

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Hey fxdc! Thanks for the suggestion! As of now, the website impliments its own proprietary method for the music notation and auto scroll.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us.

Waggy59

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Joined: 09/08/19

Posts: 17

I will be forever gratful for the outstanding courses/tution GT has provided on my guitar journey and i remain a full member. However as a learning aid paticularly in regards learning songs soundslice is tool that has significntly raised the bar leaving scrolling cord sheets looking very old school.

GT has from time to time put out surveys seeking what members find good and where the site can be improved imo this one addition would be it

Finally more Lisa McCormick fingerstye blues course please

#3

I will be forever gratful for the outstanding courses/tution GT has provided on my guitar journey and i remain a full member. However as a learning aid paticularly in regards learning songs soundslice is tool that has significntly raised the bar leaving scrolling cord sheets looking very old school.

GT has from time to time put out surveys seeking what members find good and where the site can be improved imo this one addition would be it

Finally more Lisa McCormick fingerstye blues course please

aliasmaximus

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Joined: 02/22/22

Posts: 249

You can find both SoundSlice implementation and tons of blues fingerpicking courses (beginner through advanced) at TrueFire's guitar site. GT is home base for me but I also use TrueFire because they have a staggering collection of full courses in a wide range of genres, and for every skill level. Song collection is pretty meager compared to here, though. Anyways, they offer membership sales almost every day. Their recent Cinco de Mayo sale offered a one-year full access membership (usually $255) for just $55.

Sascha

"Whatever you are, be a good one" - Abraham Lincoln

#4

You can find both SoundSlice implementation and tons of blues fingerpicking courses (beginner through advanced) at TrueFire's guitar site. GT is home base for me but I also use TrueFire because they have a staggering collection of full courses in a wide range of genres, and for every skill level. Song collection is pretty meager compared to here, though. Anyways, they offer membership sales almost every day. Their recent Cinco de Mayo sale offered a one-year full access membership (usually $255) for just $55.

Sascha

"Whatever you are, be a good one" - Abraham Lincoln