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huh, we need an admin here,,,, maybe you only get points for sightings, I never took the gear IQ too seriously sicne there are guys with huge IQ scores who just ask other people who and what they're looking at.... I can build a tube amp, that obviously makes my gear IQ way higher than most equipboard users' so what's in a number?
HEY MICHAEL???!!! explain the points... I feel certain I'vegotten points for reviewing items and approving other people's submissions....
I find the easiest way to get more points is by steering away from the big names and go for an artist that's not as well known. Maybe bands that are moderately successful but haven't gone mainstream? There appears to be a lot of gear missing from these types of pages. Also, if you don't know where to start. Look for youtube videos of your chosen musician containing gear and try to find interviews that discuss their tools of trade. Even wikipedia can be useful sometimes but their info can be faulty or incomplete. Always research where their information is coming from and try your hands on the original documentation. When you're absolutely sure it's correct, you can offer that as your source.
Hmm, I find myself wondering how I ended up with my current 525 points. I got my first 100 from adding a profile picture and so far I've come up with 80 submissions. That's 100 + 400. Where did I get the remaining 25 points?
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