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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Scott Thomas 
 
 Article Title :: Reasons to Ditch Your Guitar Pick
 
Reasons to Ditch Your Guitar Pick by: Scott Thomas "Hello, it’s ol’ riffmaster again…. Lately, I haven’t been using my guitar pick all that much. I got this tab book of some good ol’ Gatemouth Brown finger picking blues. I’ve been enjoying myself so much trying to get this fingerpick thang goin’." I’m starting to understand the arpeggio-phrasing technique a lot more. Gatemouth Brown is a legend and a true musician. He plays acoustic / electric guitar in all genres. He can also play the fiddle like nobody’s business. He is also a drummer, harp player, and banjo playing fool. So, let’s cover some of the techniques I’ve found to be very effective in my playing. U  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jake Berlin 
 
 Article Title :: Gilding Leather
 
Gilding Leather by: Jake Berlin Gilding is the application of thin sheets of gold or other metal alloy such as copper or silver, to a surface. The sheets are hand or machine beaten until they are extremely malleable and thinner than the thickness of tissue paper. Gilding was often used as decoration on book covers or picture frames in the past, and gives a look of richness to objects. When applied to finely detailed, carved leather the effect can be quite striking. Sizing You’ll also need an adhesive or glue to stick the leaves to the leather. This glue is called size. A commercial-based size works perfectly. In addition, cheesecloth or other lint-free cloth, a stiff artist’s   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: David Chandler 
 
 Article Title :: Telescopes – Principle Of Operation And Factors Th
 
Telescopes – Principle Of Operation And Factors That Affect Its Properties by: David Chandler Telescopes are devices that are used to view the distant objects. They find its use in astronomy and physics. It enables you to view the distant objects by magnifying them. There are many types of telescopes and their prices vary according to the specifications. Many accessories are also available that can be used in conjunction with the telescopes. Small telescopes that are used as toys are also capable of viewing some objects around 50 meters away. Principle in which the telescope works The principle in which the telescope works is very simple. There are two lenses that make up the task   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Duane Shinn 
 
 Article Title :: How To Play Piano Using Chord Symbols
 
How To Play Piano Using Chord Symbols by: Duane Shinn Chord symbols (for example, Cmaj7 or G6) are a type of notation used frequently in jazz and other areas of modern music to notate chord progressions and changes. This type of notation differs from that of classical music in that chord symbols don't show the function of a chord the way the Roman numeral notation does. Chord symbols, for modern music with lots of changes, are much easier to read. They function as a sort of shorthand for change-heavy music and are written with four chord parts in mind: the root, the quality, the extension, and the alterations. The first part in chord symbols, the root, tells the musician which note is  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Everett Sizemore 
 
 Article Title :: What Does The "Sterling" Mean in Sterling Silver?
 
What Does The "Sterling" Mean in Sterling Silver? by: Everett Sizemore What the Heck Does "Sterling" Mean? We hear and see “sterling silver this” and “sterling silver that” almost every day, yet many shoppers do not understand what it really means. Does “sterling” mean “pure”? Does sterling silver jewelry come from a certain part of the world? Is sterling better or worse – or the same – as pure silver? And what does that stamp on the back of my necklace mean when it says “.925”? By definition and international agreement “sterling” silver is 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% some other material – usually copper. The 92.5% is why jewelry is often stamped with th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Rebecca Dillon 
 
 Article Title :: How to Make Orange Eucalyptus Bath Salts
 
How to Make Orange Eucalyptus Bath Salts by: Rebecca Dillon Learn which salts are the best to use when making your own bath salts. Plus a recipe to make your own orange eucalyptus bath salts. When making your own bath salts and scrubs, we recommend using only dead sea salts or epsom salts. Dead Sea Salts contain a considerably smaller proportion of sodium chloride than other salts. Sodium chloride, which makes up 80% of regular sea salts, and most of solar salt, kosher salt, and rock salt, do not offer therapeutic benefits and can also be harmful to people with high blood pressure and edema. On the other hand, the balance of magnesium, potassium and calcium chlorides, and a comparati  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Jake Berlin 
 
 Article Title :: Molding Leather Armor
 
Molding Leather Armor by: Jake Berlin In order to mould leather armor, soak it in water until it becomes pliable and soft. Then place it in the mould until it dries and hardens. Cuir Bouilli The application of heat will make the leather harder. If you were making a cover for a shield, for example, or other pieces of leather amour, the leather would be dipped quickly in boiling water before being moulded. This is called ‘cuir bouilli’, a process employed in making leather armor. Using vegetable tanned leather with at least a weight of 8 ounces, soak the piece in cold water. This will ensure a uniform absorption when the leather armor is placed in the boiling water. Heat a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: J.P. Turner 
 
 Article Title :: Getting The Most Out Of Your Radio Controlled Bugg
 
Getting The Most Out Of Your Radio Controlled Buggy's Shocks by: J.P. Turner A lot of effort is put into tuning those shocks on your radio controlled buggy with oil and spring selection, but there is one more thing you can do to those shocks to help soak up those berms and whoops, handle jumps better, or gain more traction. In only two minutes and no extra cash outta yer pocket. If you go grab your off-road radio controlled buggy right now, and look at your rear shocks, you should see that there are other holes on the tower and the suspension arms where the shocks could attach. (Assuming your vehicle has shock towers, the Traxxas Revo does not, for instance) Those holes offer you m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Tom Lange 
 
 Article Title :: Antiques - The Modern Day Treasure Hunt
 
Antiques - The Modern Day Treasure Hunt by: Tom Lange In today's world, everything that’s old can be described as antiques and generally speaking that’s quite true. A product is considered to be an antique if it is over a hundred years old or is rare enough to have some value. In other words, these are old items that are in limited supply. An antique is something collectible. It may be a piece of antique furniture that you want to collect to enhance the look of a room, or a piece of antique pottery to decorate a corner cupboard, or some antique books, antique camera and photographs, antique jewelry, antique money, antique car, antique clocks, or antique watches that you want to h  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Felicity Walker 
 
 Article Title :: Beads – A Brief History
 
Beads – A Brief History by: Felicity Walker What do you think the earliest recorded use of beads is – is your first thought perhaps beadwork created by the Egyptians? Yes, there certainly were a lot of beaded items in Egyptian times, but beadwork has been found dating back to the Stone Age (the Upper Paleolithic period). Beads were added to rudimentary clothing; these beads were made of shells and ivory. Of course, the beads weren’t as finely crafted as later beads, but still, they were beads. So even in caveman times, men and women were interested in improving their clothing and appearance with the use of beads. The beads that we tend to think of as traditional beadwork are  (read full article)
 
 
 
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