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About Kevsy71

  • Birthday June 21

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  1. My first five string has just arrived! Now to teach this old dog some new tricks :)

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    2. Kevsy71


      New Treat Day!! 

    3. ChunkyMunky


      If you're not used to it, take the low B off to begin with and play your regular material with it first. Think of it like a 4+1 rather than a 5'er to begin with. :)

    4. Kevsy71


      Cheers Chunky - actually it's gojng better than I thought! What works for me is to play familiar lines whilst looking at my right hand to better gauge the string spacing. It's a lovely budget 2nd hand Ibanez SRX505, only issue is the string spacing is quite narrow for me (7mm at nut) .