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King_Galaxius's avatar King_Galaxius said

Regarding your answer:

I get that. However, I think that construction workers owe it to their families to build them homes. My Louisiana family did it for my great grandmother and some of my friends’ parents did this as well.
A lot of the skills I have learned in life I have also used to help my family.

December 25th, 2021

Andris's avatar Andris said

Regarding your answer:
It’s actually for a video game. medieval fantasy rpg. It’s a sidequest where while helping an old man they discover a young girl locked in a dark dusty room on the upper floor of his house. The main character of the game is a kind girl around 20 years old. The old man told them not to go upstairs and he’s supposed ton live alone.

December 21st, 2019

lucillelucillelucille's avatar lucillelucillelucille said

I wondered if some of those people will participate.
I fully expected to get a hard time at some point.
It was nicer than I

December 13th, 2019

Vignette's avatar Vignette said

You can tighten the tuning lugs by tightening the screw in the middle of the cog or simply upgrade the tuners. But do realize the more you tighten one string the others will be pulled looser by the floating bridge of the guitar. Try tuning low E first then the high E next and work your way into the middle and go back and readjust the rest until in tune. You can also look in the back and see how many springs you have. The more springs the less the de-tuning effect, I have 3 on mine and the less springs the easier the whammy bar action but the more problems with keeping in tune you will have. Brand new strings too will stretch for a while until they get stretched out. I over tighten my new strings and then let them down.

December 4th, 2019

lucillelucillelucille's avatar lucillelucillelucille said

I pointed those answers :)

November 7th, 2019