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Hello tony9081 and Welcome to the Guitarnutz family!
To post a question in a new thread, the first thing to do is to choose the appropriate board in which to start your thread. If you need help in choosing the board, you can give more details in another post here in this thread.
Let's take the example that you might want to ask something about the Guitar Wiring inside your guitar. Go to the Guitar Wiring board and click "Create Thread". I've provided you with an image to help explain that process.
That will open the posting page where you will: Type in the title of your thread. Type in the text of your thread. (your question) Click "Create Thread" at the bottom of the page to complete the process.
Does that get you where you want to go, or do you have more questions about the process of making a thread?
reTrEaD has given you the mechanics of it above, but I'm thinking you're more into wanting to know where to post your question. 'TrEaD notes that you "choose the appropriate board", which is your quandry, am I correct?
Well, whether I'm correct or otherwise, you (and any one else reading this) can rest easy - put it where you believe it'll fit, and if it doesn't work, one of the Staff will move it. Note this important part: we won't beat you up for not getting it "right" the first time! IOW, you get to keep your Gold Star for posting with us.
Hopefully that's all you needed, but if I was wrong, then reply back here, and we'll get you headed down the Yellow Brick Road.
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