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Posted: 24 March 2006 at 8:48am | IP Logged
Bhakta ji,
If there is no guru around and one has a strong desire to become a singer...What one should do...What would suggest... What kind of songs to practice so that indirectly learn main ragas...may be if you can give examples of some of popular raga based songs...

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Posted: 24 March 2006 at 9:02am | IP Logged

Originally posted by adwarakanath

THanks bhaktada, I was contemplating learning the tabla or vocals as a hobby when I go to Bangalore for studies this April.

No contemplating Abhi...you must learn to play to least one instrument Wink

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Posted: 24 March 2006 at 9:29am | IP Logged
Originally posted by SolidSnake

My fav instrument is Flute/Bansuri. Sabse madhur sangeet ka Wadhya-yantra hai. Isko sunte hi ek ajeeb si feeling aati hai. Smile
It was Bhagwan Krishan's favorite

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Posted: 24 March 2006 at 2:23pm | IP Logged
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i play a keyboard which i have at home and my big bro's guitar but i really wisj to play violin
I think keyboard is fun for some beginner like me...

a keyboard is excellent for beginners. it offers so many instrument sounds.

I used to love the DJ mixes in Yamaha keyboards ... they were hilarious. LOL

Big smileYamaha keyboards must be expensive too?

depends on which one you buy...the 88 key ones cost over $1000-2000 (new one)

But, the one I had was with 76 keys, I think - A new one ranges from $500- $700. Smile

used are way cheaper.

Thanks T. for the information...
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I enjoy playing a guitar once in a while. I prefer leads to chords. At home, we have an Alvarez RF20SC Acoustic-electric folk guitar and an Ibanez electric guitar.

I find it easier to play the electric guitar more than the acoustic one, since it is easier on my fingers, but the acoustic one sounds much better than the electric one.

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Originally posted by ummm

I enjoy playing a guitar once in a while. I prefer leads to chords. At home, we have an Alvarez RF20SC Acoustic-electric folk guitar and an Ibanez electric guitar.

I find it easier to play the electric guitar more than the acoustic one, since it is easier on my fingers, but the acoustic one sounds much better than the electric one.
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Posted: 25 March 2006 at 1:59am | IP Logged

Originally posted by coolsaints11

Originally posted by ummm

I enjoy playing a guitar once in a while. I prefer leads to chords. At home, we have an Alvarez RF20SC Acoustic-electric folk guitar and an Ibanez electric guitar.

I find it easier to play the electric guitar more than the acoustic one, since it is easier on my fingers, but the acoustic one sounds much better than the electric one.

How long it took you to learn it..Is this Daisy rock model good..Confused

Learning was not too difficult.. sitting/standing in the right position, holding the guitar at the correct angle and using correct finger positions for the chords is where the initial time goes. There are plenty of books, chord charts etc available on the net and in stores to help understand how the tabs on the guitar are organized and what are the combinations for different chords.

Regarding the Daidy Rock model you have mentioned, I will not be able to tell whether or not it would be good for you. When you buy a guitar, you should see how it sounds, how it feels in your hands, and whether it has good construction. This is especially important when buying an acoustic guitar, as no two guitars are absolutely the same.

 

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Posted: 25 March 2006 at 7:42am | IP Logged
Originally posted by ummm

Originally posted by coolsaints11

Originally posted by ummm

I enjoy playing a guitar once in a while. I prefer leads to chords. At home, we have an Alvarez RF20SC Acoustic-electric folk guitar and an Ibanez electric guitar.

I find it easier to play the electric guitar more than the acoustic one, since it is easier on my fingers, but the acoustic one sounds much better than the electric one.

How long it took you to learn it..Is this Daisy rock model good..Confused

Which one should prefer when starting..acoustic or electric one.?

Learning was not too difficult.. sitting/standing in the right position, holding the guitar at the correct angle and using correct finger positions for the chords is where the initial time goes. There are plenty of books, chord charts etc available on the net and in stores to help understand how the tabs on the guitar are organized and what are the combinations for different chords.

Regarding the Daidy Rock model you have mentioned, I will not be able to tell whether or not it would be good for you. When you buy a guitar, you should see how it sounds, how it feels in your hands, and whether it has good construction. This is especially important when buying an acoustic guitar, as no two guitars are absolutely the same.

 

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