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Reply mike
11:22 AM on April 6, 2014 
How can you send an email to Scott Groves, himself. New to the site
Reply sdark
7:28 PM on March 29, 2014 
I just joined to comment on a utube video of a concert ii amplifier. This guy talked for almost an hour saying little or nothing. He did a terrible job of showing the amp which I own and know well. He gave much misinformation and showed he knew little about it or how it actually works. More importantly he was unable to show how it actually sounds or what it can do. What a BLOWHEART
Reply Pablorino
11:54 AM on March 28, 2014 
Scott, thank you for sharing your knowledge via the lessons, and thanks for all the information on YouTube, and thanks for sharing your gig videos. It is all invaluable for anyone learning to play groovy guitar. I liked how the fowl ate you....well, they ate your name.

Later bro.
Reply ezagent
10:40 AM on March 16, 2014 
PS, obviously I'm a DMF. Deal with it.
Reply Dr. Z
4:04 PM on March 13, 2014 
What was the name of the Cable company that Scott recommended recently? They had gold connections.
Reply motteatoj
11:56 AM on March 11, 2014 
Hi Scott, I am hoping you can help me....i am a trumpet player, who, is now a 3-day old 6-string banjo player...i know and get that a 6-string banjo is tuned like a guitar, and have bought some method books to get me going...i have really never played guitar before, this is a new side hobby for me..

my question is this....my goal is to play in the style of Danny Barker....i am very into old school trad jazz from New Orleans, and am trying to sort out a path from "guitar lesson #1" to danny barker style playing/music...can you recommend what lessons of yours to follow, along with any recommendation of how to find style techniques (down the road of course) for Danny Barker type playing? I cannot seem to find a single resource! any help is appreciated......
thank you
JOhn
Reply Richard McNamara
3:55 PM on February 23, 2014 
Hi scott, I would like to know if string size effect any thing
on an electric guitar sound,tone,loudness ect..ect.. also
what size strings do you use.
Reply roywhl
9:20 AM on February 18, 2014 
Just received the Four Force EM-1. Nice sound. Thank you Scott.
Reply Hoss
9:45 AM on February 14, 2014 
Scott,

Can you do a video of "Coconut Tree" by Kenny Chesney maybe "Pirate Flag and Island Girl" and some more Allman Bros. how about Jessica" and "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed"
Reply elusive
2:09 PM on February 10, 2014 
Scott never have seen any talk about Larrivee guitars electric or acoustic. Ever try any and if so what did you think?
Reply Tim T
10:46 AM on January 22, 2014 
Hi Scott Im sure getting a lot out of your lessons Thanks again
Reply ldelaney1475
3:56 PM on January 13, 2014 
Hey Scott you should put out a video of the complete song note for note on Cant You See By The Marshall Tucker Band
Reply Chuck
10:47 PM on January 9, 2014 
Hey Scott,
Love the videos, just came across them. I have been playing guitar now for over 30 years, and I am just now getting back into it after a short break (like 10 years, lol)
but I was wondering... (I also use a Johnson Millennium, have for 15 plus years) I agree with you about the presets in it. They aren't very good, and some aren't even good starting points to create your own. I have some old settings that I use to use, but saw that you would send your patches out to those who asked, and I thought that would be a much better starting point to create my own once again, so I was wondering how I might be able to get those, and what I need to load them into mine?
I know you hate people asking how to get "that tone or sound", I am simply looking for good settings to adjust to my style and liking.
I didn't see anywhere on here to get them, or any other way to contact you about it so I wrote here :/

Thanks
Reply todd
12:04 PM on January 2, 2014 
Hi Scott I just ran across your Youtube videos---many thanks from a recovering DMF!
Reply Robert Sanders
4:23 AM on December 31, 2013 
Hi Scott. I've been watching your YouTube videos for some time and enjoy them. I was wondering if you could make out the pickups in my profile picture? If so, do you have an idea what brand they likely are? I know most Les Paul Standards from both Epiphone and Gibson use shielded pickups. Is that likely what these are only unshielded?? I've searched all over the net and can't get a straight answer. After listening to loads of knowledge from you on your videos, I thought you might. Thanks!
Reply ValleyMan
5:02 PM on December 30, 2013 
Hi Scott,
Great site, I have to say that I have learned a ton so far from your reviews and help videos. I just wanted to thank you! Your sense of humor is great as I laugh my ass off half the time. keep up the great work!

Thanks
Dean
Reply Dempsey
5:41 PM on December 29, 2013 
hi Scott ,
I sent ya several emails with a receipt of my purchases ,
its been about a week and no download links received yet,
not sure if your getting my emails , please let me know
robin.dempsey@verizon.net or rdfender@gmail.com
Reply ksgtrpkr
5:40 PM on December 19, 2013 
Merry Christmas Scott!

I need your advice on buying a Morley Volume Pedal. I don't know which one of the various versions to buy. I just want volume and swell, I want to try out your mod as well. Do you have a favorite version that you like better than the others, or one you would suggest?
Reply Bob Perkins
1:11 PM on December 19, 2013 
HOLY Smokes, DUDE, just went through some of the intros for your electric guitar lessons and all I can say is SUPER GROOVY! can't wait to get the whole lot and dig in to 'em. Have you ever thought about maybe a Soul package? I love the Memphis stuff like Booker T and The MG's, King Curtis' Memphis Soul Stew is incredible. I grew up just outside of Detroit and Motown was the soundtrack to my early years, The Funk Brothers are unmatched. There is such a wealth of music out there it's just waiting for someone like you to help others learn it.

Bob
Reply Bob Perkins
4:19 PM on December 18, 2013 
Hi again Scott,
Just got done watching the intro to your picking techniques video, this sounds just like what I need. I was wondering if it includes an assortment of rhythms and strums to work with. I really always wanted to be a rhythm player since it has interested me from the start, solos are nice but since a guitar player spends probably 85 to 90% of his time playing rhythm (unless you're B.B. King or the star of the band) it has always been my main focus. I'll be messing with your lessons "Beyond the Basics" and "Accompanying Yourself" until I get back to work and can afford the super value pack flash drive package with all the cool stuff on it. Until then Play On! my friend.

Bob