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Hello, I have some links to my videos I would like to post in the Theory and Technique section.
Are video links permitted? Another large website moved my videos to a reserved special area
for videos to avoid too many low-quality videos in their techniques forum.
Here I will ask first and tread lightly.

The videos are titled "Revolutionary guitar techniques for all".
And yes, I believe they are. You've likely never ever seen this stuff before.
Would you like to see them?

Thank you from Ottawa.
 

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Thank you kindly. I guess my title was too startling for some...
Maybe I over-hyped it a bit elsewhere so I toned it down a bit here.
I'm just excited to finally show it once and for all, get it off my chest you know?
The techniques forums are really the only possible type of audience for my message.
I guess that could be called spam?

But just really curious who else in the world knows these things.
Hope you enjoy it.

If you live around here you may have seen me, eh?
Rock and Roll !

PS Thanks for the NG link. Can't recall seeing them before.
At first I thought your link might be that place that sells the guitar 'kits' in Que I think.
Been looking at those... interesting...
 

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And if you are selling something with your videos, there is a paid Dealer section and I suspect once that's in place, you'll be able to promote your products (if any) in any reasonable way, including video.
 

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Ah, you caught that eh? I hope it's not a problem.
It was not intended to promote a product, just an opinion on what is best used for the purpose.
Lemme know if you think I should do something about it. Thanks.
T.
 

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One must be careful not to use something too thick, say the width of a glass slide,
because it may cramp the fingers after a while, being stuck in between two fingers.
Some may find a skinnier lighter feels better, say the cheap see-through plastic imports.
However they can sometimes feel a bit too 'light' (a lighter lighter!), not enough weight to
naturally 'fall' onto the strings. The BICs are a great fit and weight for the task.
The lighter should be placed with the metal top facing out the back of your hand,
and the little red safety button facing up and away from your hand.
This gives the most longitudinal surface area facing the strings and resting
on the thin 'webby' area between the fingers.

Play with fire.
Bonus: Ye can light yer smokes! Or yer guests'.

T.
 

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At least he asked.
And it’s a guitar related “spam”product.
Not like those special herbal blue pills/ dating sites that sometimes get through...........
 
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