Have you ever watched a YouTube video to figure out how to do/fix something?
I do most of the work on my vehicles. YouTube videos are so good I tossed my shop manuals. The videos are better guides and specs are easily available online.
Yes, there are good guides on YouTube.
Almost every time I get ready to do something. Working on making a Sailrite backpack right now - the only instructions are on YouTube.
Lots of times.
Many, many times
Yes. Many times for automotive and laptop help.
For a lot of music related stuff. Learning new guitar licks, recording techniques, expanding my understanding of music theory, etc. Never used it to fix anything.
I’m this close to attempting a restring/setup on one of my basses. Been watching YouTube vids, but I fear I’ll still screw it up and end up taking it my luthier anyway! 😂
Right there with you. I have a strat with a khaler tremelo system. I love that guitar until it's time to restring. It's WAY not complicated than it needs to be.
I’m currently working with (it’s actually my job) a Music Man Bongo 6. Absolutely amazing piece of equipment but it has to be properly intonated or I’ll quickly be out of work! 😂
All. The. Time.
It’s one of the very best uses of YouTube.