1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I went for two of these 4GB instead of one 8GB card for a few reasons:
- On my camera, the 4GB card is slightly faster on write speed than the 8GB card.
- Having two cards allows me to always have a spare card (if one is lost or damaged then I still have a working card left).
- The two 4GB cards were cheaper than the one 8GB card.
The card comes with it's own little semi-hard clear plastic snap cover.
I have had no problem with either card. The cards are fast in both my camera and computer. Different cards will be rated at different read/write speeds. The cheap cards are mostly VERY VERY SLOW; this card is not slow and a very good price… Read more
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Yep, this works as you would expect.
Fairly small (the pic makes it seem bigger).
Light works fine - touch the button and it stays on for 7 secs or so then automatically turns off. Battery included (watch style battery).
Fairly solid build.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I am still on the early stages of this book, but have looked through it so I hope my thoughts count...
Basically, this is a good book to get your fingers in shape. Getting them to hit the right areas of the fret perfectly and to get you to do this fast. Once you manage to get your accuracy and speed up, there are tips on how to use your new-found skills.
This book can be used by more-or-less beginners. It introduces the concepts of music and notiation at the beginning of the book, and then goes staright into finger exercises.
This book doesn't teach scales really (or chords), it just teaches how to be able to play fast if you were to know a scale (or… Read more