1. yeah i remember seeing that comedy show where the guys played 100 songs using the same chords
  2. That must be the "D C G" or "C G Am F" progressions instead, but yeah many progressions are so common that you can't even say who's copying who anymore.


    And I'm not a comedian but hey




    #drunkenofftopic
  3. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    I know, it really doesn't include a D (and in fact I almost wrote it as G ( > D) > C) but it helps when on the acoustic instead of the electric. That swirling effect of just doing huge sounding G and C (or Cadd9) chords ain't easy to achieve when playing a distortion-less acoustic

    Lies! But I know what you mean To compensate, I usually alternate the 2nd finger on the A string, so playing B-B-A-B (and then up to the C) to mimic the rhythm of the bassline.
  4. How. Did. I. Miss. This. Until. Today.

    Wow. Just wow

    Why not bring your guitar to Dublin in November and we'll all go down to Killiney Beach for our u2start meeting? Now that would be something

    /soberofftopic
  5. Originally posted by MacStripey:[..]
    How. Did. I. Miss. This. Until. Today.

    Wow. Just wow

    Why not bring your guitar to Dublin in November and we'll all go down to Killiney Beach for our u2start meeting? Now that would be something

    /soberofftopic
    Hahahha, oh dear, that's like 8 years old already! I sing better now... and there's more songs to fit in! Two new albums have been released since I recorded that thing. Regarding the Dublin thingy... If taking guitars on a plane wasn't SO expensive, I'd absolutely do it! But it costs a kidney But we'll do something spectacular, you can count on it!