EN14399 Structural Nuts Price - Chrome Plated A193 B7 Threaded Stud Bolts – Dingshen Metalworks
Chrome Plated A193 B7 Threaded Stud Bolts API 6A Flange Valve Wellhead All Thread Stud Bolts Standard: IFI-136, ASME B16.5, DIN976 Inch Size: 1/4”-4” with various lengths Metric Size: M6-M100 with various lengths Other Available Grade: ASTM A193/A193M B7, B7M, B16, B8 Class 1 & 2, B8M Class 1 & 2, ASTM A320/A320M L7, L7M, L43, B8 Class 1 & 2, B8M Class 1 & 2, and so on. Finish: Plain, Black Oxide, Zinc Plated, Zinc Nickel Plated, Cadmium Plated, PTFE etc. Packing: Bulk about 2...
EN14399 Structural Nuts Price - Chrome Plated A193 B7 Threaded Stud Bolts – Dingshen Metalworks Detail:
Chrome Plated A193 B7 Threaded Stud Bolts
API 6A Flange Valve Wellhead All Thread Stud Bolts
Standard: IFI-136, ASME B16.5, DIN976
Inch Size: 1/4”-4” with various lengths
Metric Size: M6-M100 with various lengths
Other Available Grade:
ASTM A193/A193M B7, B7M, B16, B8 Class 1 & 2, B8M Class 1 & 2,
ASTM A320/A320M L7, L7M, L43, B8 Class 1 & 2, B8M Class 1 & 2, and so on.
Finish: Plain, Black Oxide, Zinc Plated, Zinc Nickel Plated, Cadmium Plated, PTFE etc.
Packing: Bulk about 25 kgs each carton, 36 cartons each pallet
Advantage: High Quality and Strict Quality Control, Competitive Price,Timely Delivery; Technical Support, Supply Test Reports
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Here are some of the 5 star reviews of this course:
“Alex is a master of the loose-wrist technique and in this video he shows the components of the technique very clearly and in great detail. The importance of this technique in playing Gypsy Jazz cannot be overstated: it is the technical foundation of the style.” – David Levitt
“This course is great! It gives you the basics to start strumming your Gypsy guitar style and If you are an intermediate student you can even envision some ideas for when you are ready for solos. It’s well recommended!” – Arturo Moreno
“Probably the most well made guitar course I’ve seen. He is VERY thorough in showing each technique and truly makes it enjoyable and simple to learn. Would highly recommend for anyone interested in Gypsy Jazz.” – Trevor Hemby
Learn the basic guitar skills that you will need in order to play the fun and exciting style of Gypsy Jazz.
Build a strong foundation in Gypsy Jazz guitar with this tutorial for beginners.
Master the powerful Gypsy Jazz picking technique
Raise your rhythm accompaniment prowess
Sharpen and expand your soloing
Fortify your horizontal fret board facility
Perfect and optimize your practice time
Polish your approach to live performance
Get the most out of your guitar!
Have you ever wanted to get a liquid, “electric” feel and sound out of your acoustic guitar? Do you want to get the most power and sound out of your acoustic and make your notes sing with sustain?
Learning the fundamentals of Gypsy Jazz will put a powerful approach to guitar at your finger tips. Inspired by the legendary virtuoso Django Reinhardt, the Gypsy Jazz style is one of the most technically difficult and expressive ways to play the guitar.
Gypsy Jazz harkens back to the days before the electric guitar when players had to make their instruments ring out with great volume using only a pick and their hands. Since most of the tunes played in Gypsy Jazz were composed in the swing era, you will also gain profound insight into the fundamentals of twentieth century popular music. We will start by learning how to play in the style of Django Reinhardt, and then use this foundation to develop your own, unique style of playing.
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Content and Overview
The first part of the course is an introduction to the basics of accompaniment. Then we will explore single-note right hand technique and begin to lay the ground work for soloing.
We will cover a range of topics.
Technique: I will guide you through the unique rest-stroke picking technique employed by virtuoso guitarist Django Reinhardt and the top guitarists in the Gypsy Jazz genre.
Rhythm: Learn how to play your guitar like a drum. Bring out the swing and rhythm. This is useful for many different styles of guitar playing and isn’t limited to Gypsy Jazz.
Soloing: Get deep into soloing through Jazz chord progressions. Get to know the nuts and bolts of Swing Guitar soloing in a way that will enhance your overall playing in other genres as well (Rock, Swing, Jazz, Bluegrass etc.)
Practice: Develop strong practice habits and techniques to help your playing get to new heights of competency.
Learn the whole guitar neck: Gypsy Jazz playing utilizes the entirety of the fretboard. Build an infrastructure that will enable your fingers to fly around the neck of the guitar with great freedom.
Performance: Learn how and what to focus on when you perform so that you and your audience can have a more powerful music experience.
This course is not just for Gypsy Jazz guitarists
Many of the facets we will explore in this course can be used to not only help you play in the style of Django, but will also benefit your competence in almost every other plectrum based approach to guitar. A solid foundation in Gypsy Jazz picking technique can enable you to achieve unmatched precision, speed, and tone that will increase the quality of your playing in Bluegrass, Rock, Pop, Modern Jazz, etc. Gypsy Jazz harmony will spice up your licks and phrases as well.
If you are coming from a Classical or Flamenco background, Gypsy Jazz is an easy gateway into learning how to play improvisational Jazz. Many of the Gypsy Jazz motifs, melodies, and it’s overall aesthetic have roots in both Classical and Flamenco guitar.
By end of this course, you will be armed with the basic accompaniment technique necessary to sit in on a Gypsy Jazz jam or gig. You will also become acquainted with the single note rest stroke picking technique. The third part of the course covers fundamentals of Gypsy Jazz soloing.
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Erector Building Set TV Television Commercial from 1994.
An Erector Set (the trademark has always been “ERECTOR”) is a brand of metal toy construction sets, originally patented by Alfred Carlton Gilbert and first sold by his company, The Mysto Manufacturing Company of New Haven, Connecticut in 1913. In 1916, the company was reorganized as the A.C. Gilbert Company. Erector consists of various metal beams with regular holes for assembly using nuts and bolts. Other mechanical parts such as pulleys, gears, wheels, and small electric motors were also part of the system. What distinguishes construction sets like Erector is the ability to build a model, then take it apart and build something else, over and over again. Erector quickly became the most popular construction toy in the United States, most likely because it was the only construction set at the time to contain a motor. Erector was commonly referred to as an Erector Set, though erector set has become somewhat of a generic trademark denoting a variety of construction toys, irrespective of brand. The trademark for ERECTOR is today owned and marketed by Meccano. As of August 2015, the Erector brand was relaunched under the global name Meccano.
The toy was first introduced and sold to the public in 1913 at the Toy Fair held at the Broadway Central Hotel in New York City. Erector was first envisioned by Alfred Carlton Gilbert (A.C. Gilbert) in 1911, as he rode the train from New Haven to New York City. This section of track was being electrified and Gilbert watched as steel girders were erected to carry the power lines. This construction is what inspired him to develop the toy. Gilbert was a skilled magician and manufactured magic tricks and magic sets with his existing company the “Mysto Manufacturing Company”. The first Erector was made there in 1913. It was called “The Erector / Structural Steel and Electro-Mechanical Builder”. It claimed to be “Educational, Instructive and Amusing”. In 1914, the name was changed to “The Mysto Erector”, “The Toy That Resembles Structural Steel”. In 1916, the company was reorganized and became the A.C. Gilbert Company. “Erector” was renamed “Gilbert Erector”, “The Toy Like Structural Steel”. In 1924, more changes occurred, as the entire Erector system was completely overhauled to include over 70 parts. “Erector” was now called “The New Erector”, The Worlds Greatest Toy”. Through 1932, “Erector” was sold in wood boxes. From 1933 through 1962 the sets would be sold in colorful boxes made of steel. Early boxes were painted red, green or blue but by the 1950s all set boxes were painted red. Later, as the company grew, the area around the Gilbert factory became known as “ERECTOR SQUARE”. Today, the old factory complex of 11 buildings is the home of artist studios, workshops, architectural firms, a yoga studio, theater, brewery and cafe. A.C. Gilbert died in 1961 and the company went into decline. The system was redesigned, adding many plastic parts, but the “clunky” looking models failed to compete with the new, realistic, scale, plastic models coming onto the market. The A.C. Gilbert Company filed bankruptcy in 1967. The Gabriel company of Lancaster, Pennsylvania bought the “Erector” name and continued to market the recently redesigned system. Sales were slow and by the 1980s the trademark “Erector” was acquired by Ideal Toys and then Tyco Toys. “Meccano” (France) has owned the “Erector” brand since the year 2000.
“Erector” is believed by many to have been the subject of the first national advertising campaign in America for a toy. Its great success made it part of American folk culture and the famous company slogan “Hello Boys” is still fondly remembered by many. Its popularity has faded in recent decades in the face of competition from molded plastic construction toys, electronics, and other more modern toys and gadgets.
“Erector” was inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame at “The Strong” in Rochester, New York, in 1998.