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  1. Well, I will try to learn how to use it with my right hand as my strumming hand, it's no big deal I just don't know what the knobs are for at the bottom that would be in the way if I used it left handed. And also what would beginner books would you suggest brianh?. I may look up some instructional videos on youtube, but I may buy a few books as well. Another thing I'd like to ask, what would be a good amp to buy that's good for a beginner like my self. I don't want to pay too much, but I also want something that will give me good sound as well. One of the rep's from gibson recommended the epiphone all access pack and even though it's $150 bucks it does come with some nice things. I just like to ask some thoughs on that before I decide on what amp to buy. Thanks again.
  2. Hi all my name is James and I have just picked up the Rocksmith Bundle for PS3. I got it at best buy and paid $200 for it and now I got it home and I'm a complete noob when it comes to playing musical instruments. I've never played an electric guitar before and I always wanted to learn. I decided to pick this up because I read it's reviews and seen it got good scores, and that it really excels at teaching beginners how to play. Another reason why I wanted to learn how to play was because of my favorite band Mudvayne, their songs have really cool rhythms to it and I always thought one day I want to try and cover some of their songs. So now I have a few questions I'd like to ask. 1, I am left-handed and I hold the neck with my right and use the pick to pluck the strings with my left, and the knobs at the bottom I don't know what they are for, but they are in the way. 2, Is there any website I can go to to see like a beginner's guide on how to play, position my fingers, know what each string is and so on. I don't know what else to ask, but if anyone can help me on some beginner's stuff I'd appreciate the help, thanks and take care.
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