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Justip



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Name: Justin
Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
Occupation: Loader
Hobbies: Guitars
Date registered 03.29.2013
Date of birth: 6. November 1972
Last online: 12.08.2019
Sex: male




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09.30.2019
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Mon Sep 30, 2019 5:42 am | jump to post

I'm not to sure how to take this. Take chromatic scale, in my case since I not practiced for a while. Would that be 1 hour linear practice or one hour with linear and horizontal? then 1 hour with shifting patterns? or should I practice all chromatic teachings by Pebber 1 hour a day for 1 month each?

09.14.2019
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Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:48 pm | jump to post

lol, play those arpeggios in the 5 postion system, they are so close to the triads, actually there is no difference. The arpeggios across two octaves, triads tend to cover one.

09.13.2019
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Fri Sep 13, 2019 6:57 pm | jump to post

yeah it opens some very interesting chord tones and inversions i.e. starting on the third of the chord or the 5th of the chord Got through the circle of 5ths in all 12 keys in the first 4 frets this morning. It takes a while to get the timing right.Elsewhere on the forum a .pdf file was posted in a chord thread. The file had the chords starting on the 6th, 5th and 4th strings all from open to fret 15 I think it was. Tried to attach it. It is not mine but I found it very useful. He takes in alot ...

09.13.2019
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Fri Sep 13, 2019 3:50 am | jump to post

I read somewhere all 12 keys can be done in 4 fret blocks Guthrie Govan I think it was.The 5 position system also has melodic minor and harmonic minor arpeggios which are useful to learn to get all diatonic chord scales in the 4 fret blocks. One excersise that might help is to grab a progression like G,D Am and play the chords from open strings to fret twelve then go back down to open strings

09.03.2019
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Tue Sep 03, 2019 4:43 am | jump to post

here it is (hopefully) tell you what how about a chord challenge?take a simple G D Am progression but all the G chords can't be played in same position twice. The same with D and Am chords but sub in any 7th chords or min7th chords you want.I'll post mine tomorrow with chords used are u keen?

09.01.2019
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Sun Sep 01, 2019 5:51 pm | jump to post

The chords are based on the Major Scale. Learn arpeggios for the chords based on Pebbers' 5 position scale system(min, min7, aug, 6/9 etc,etc) and drill this for a long time. Watch Pebbers' Cause We Ended as Lovers part 2A and do exactly as he says. Pebbers' other videos on chords may be on you tube but are invaluable. Watch those.Diatonic chord scales are the chords based on the scale tones of the scale. Learn your chord scales.After that and you have your diatonic chord scales sorted add dimi...

09.16.2015
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Wed Sep 16, 2015 2:02 am | jump to post

HiWhen it comes to ear training the sooner you start the better, singing around the circle of fifths and scales is a good way to start it.

03.31.2015
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Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:53 am | jump to post

Here is one with foot prints Ezy Jazz Video also they are both pretty cool

03.17.2015
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Tue Mar 17, 2015 6:21 pm | jump to post

Hi FarrelliHave you tried making sure that you pull the little finger in towards your palm on the fretting hand.

03.12.2015
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Thu Mar 12, 2015 3:19 am | jump to post

here's one of a few.Hope this what you wanted.



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