Can Guitar Pro Import PDF Files? [ANSWERED]

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Generally speaking, you can’t import PDF files into Guitar Pro unless you’ve previously converted that PDF from an existing Guitar Pro file. Guitar Pro can export, however, to PDF, without any problem. Although, one workaround is to use MuseScore’s Audiveris program on their website. For the most part, Guitar Pro isn’t capable of inputting PDF …

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Does Guitar Pro Ever Go On Sale? [ANSWERED]

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Generally speaking, Guitar Pro from Arobas Music goes on sale during the biggest shopping days of the year including around Christmas Holidays, Boxing Day, Black Friday, during July 4th weekend, as well as after you’ve already purchased it and a new update has been released. Personally, I don’t think any guitarist or bassist should wait …

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How Often Should You Get A New Guitar [ANSWERED]

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There are a few reasons why you may need a new guitar, including if it’s stopping you from being creative or progressing further in your music, or if it’s damaged and doesn’t play well. Sometimes you should buy a new one just because you want to and you know it’ll inspire you. How often a …

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Where to Put the Line 6 M5 In Your Signal Chain [ANSWERED]

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Line 6 has been a considerable innovator in the guitar world since their inception, however, they’ve struggled to get the respect and acknowledgement for this. Although, the M5 and M9 modellers seem to be the rare exception. The Line 6 M5 Stompbox Modeler and its larger accompaniment, the M9, are two of the guitar pedal …

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Where Should A Tremolo Pedal Go In The Signal Chain? [EASY]

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The tremolo effect has been around for a long time, and according to the founder of JHS pedals, it was actually one of, if not the very first stand-alone pedal effects when it came out in the 1940s. It makes sense that it would be the tremolo effect because it’s just a circuit that’s turning …

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Can A Whammy Bar Break Strings? [ANSWERED]


The guitar industry is massive on account of the millions of players out there. And due to the demand, manufacturers have designed different styles of bridges, guitars, pedals, and accessories for guitarists to expand their creative scope and technical ability. Whammy bars are one of these features, and they’ve been around since the invention of …

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Does The Compressor Pedal Go Before Fuzz Pedals? [SIMPLE]

Fuzz pedals are a fairly unique kind of stomp box relative to all of the other units you can get for the guitar. In some way, it’s like they’re in the space between overdrive and distortion, and they can do a lot for your guitar’s sound and vibe. Due to their uniqueness, for lack of …

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What’s the Difference Between A Whammy and Tremolo Bar?

There are many terms in every discipline and the guitar is no different. Some people use terminology interchangeably, while others state there are subtle differences between words. One example is the difference between distortion and overdrive which actually are separate on account of a few small details. But what about the whammy and tremolo bar? …

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Is The PRS SE Custom 24 Good For Metal? [ANSWERED]

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Over the last 20 years, but especially in the last 10, Paul Reed Smith guitars have developed a really solid reputation as a trusted brand that manufactures really high-quality guitars. And they can be used in a lot of genres. You can see anyone using a PRS, including blues, jazz, metal, and rock guitarists. There …

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How Much Does An ESP Eclipse Weigh [ANSWERED]

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Most electric guitars have a similar weight but with some variability. For example, a Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster tend to weigh much less than an Epiphone Les Paul Custom. But ultimately, the weight of most electric guitars falls between 6 and 10 pounds. The ESP Eclipse guitar is no different – I know because I …

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