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I am really enjoying the start of this series! There are parts that the author is repetitive but it soon evens out. Answers left hanging so I hope they come together nicely. I've come to greatly love reading Jaymin eves stories. I recommend her as an author. I actually avoided this book for a little while but I am glad I finally decided to pick it up. I don't usually get in to details of the story (no spoilers) so Im not about to start now! Happy reading.
Great Gift idea! my boyfriend loves it!.. he doesn't know more then guitar hero so he is definitely learning from scratch. its only been 2 weeks and hes learned a few cords and actually enjoys learning without getting mad. ha we have it for PS3 and its very clear and yes it walks you through how to tune the guitar. really great so far.
I am a Kindle fan and regularly use Rick Steves books for travel. The Kindle version of Rick Steves Spain 2013 book is fine for reading text but the maps are hard to see so I ended up also ordering the paperback. As stated in other reviews, Valencia and other cities of interest along the coast south of Barcelona are not included--an explanation from the author on this ommission would be appreciated by readers.
In an attempt to get ahead in college I discovered the CLEP tests and saw this study guide was much cheaper on Amazon. So I thought nothing of buying it to prepare for the tests I planned to take. After patiently waiting for it to come, opening it was quite the let down. It is nothing but sample questions that do nothing to help someone actually prepare for the test. Don't bother buying this, buy an individual book on each test with actual study material. This is NOT a study guide, it is a waste of money.
I have very mixed feelings about this mother board. When it is running it is AWESOME but when it does not boot with full USB recognition of plugged in USB devices it is HOARRABLE. I made my purchase in 3 February 2015. My issue is that about 75% of fresh boots, after powering down for the day, one or more USB devices - the keyboard or mouse or one of my hard drives ore combination of these is not recognized. It is quite random as to which USB device is not recognized, although lately it is usually the keyboard. I have other desktop and laptop computers and have verified that all my USB devices are working as they should and i have also changed USB cables to make sure there is not USB 3.0 cable problems. The only solution is to re-boot, re-boot, re-boot and finally the keyboard or other device is recognized. I cant tell you what a pain this is - I have spent many hours with ASUS tech support on this issue with no effective results. Their only solution is to install the latest BIOS which I have done. My originally purchased mother board had these issues with ASUS tech support finally saying it must be something with the seating of the CPU and asked that I remove the CPU to inspect it - during the process of removing the CPU and inspecting the pins on the mother board I made the mistake of touching the pins with my finger and found that the pins actually have a bend at the top to allow better contact with the intel chip. To my surprise the pins are sharp and stuck to the skin of my finger and when I tried to remove my finger a few of the pins were bent. WARNINING - DO NOT TOUCH THE CPU PINS ON THIS MOTHER BOARD - VERY HIGH LIKLEYHOOD OF PIN DAMAGE. Would have been nice if the ASUS tech would have warned me about this when he asked me to remove the CPU to inspect the pins - Thanks ASUS. I told the ASUS tech what happened and they said "OK, will do an RMA, send in the board and we will evaluate it and replace if necessary." I sent in the board and got an email back that there would be a $180.00 charge to fix the mother board ... REALLY! Thanks ASUS. I paid the $180.00 (now the cost of the board is $469.99 + $180.00 = $649.99). WOW. So I waited with great anticipation for the new board thinking everything would be great because my old ASUS Rampage III extreme was the most rock solid mother board I have ever seen and figured the first Rampage V was just a very EXPENSIVE lemon. Got the board, reinstalled everything, fired it up and continued USB recognition problems...NOOOOOOOOO. Called ASUS tech support and went through the same helps but no more inspecting the CPU pins...closely looked with magnifying glass - NO touching before assembly of the components. Upgraded the BIOS to latest 1401 at the time (I will not update to the 1502 as there are many problems with that one and am waiting to hear about the latest 1601 BIOS to see if there would be benefits from this one).