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RevHead



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07.25.2013
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Thu Jul 25, 2013 4:57 pm | jump to post

To NicholasJacquet.I am not sure why you are so concerned about this. If your Youtube vid is an example of what you are trying to achieve, it's easy. Here's how.Pick a key.Any key,doesn't matter.Now pick a scale, again any scale but preferably an obscure Himalayan Tibetan altered,or something like.Next fill in any gaps that are between the scale notes. We don't want to have any notes getting lonely. This will help with even wear of your strings and frets as a side benefit.Now,this part is cruci...

07.17.2013
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Wed Jul 17, 2013 10:39 pm | jump to post

Hi there dlraben, "How does everyone practice their usage and knowledge of chords"Me personally,I approach it this way.I first take a simple triad major or minor, and play it on one string. Then I shift each note back in sequence.This will give me two 2 string shapes and one 3 string shape. I look at all chords and scales in terms of intervals.This means I only have one 3 string "shape' per inversion.I look at it as a modified shape when crossing the G B string pair. So 6 patterns ...

07.16.2013
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Tue Jul 16, 2013 1:02 am | jump to post

Hi there, Nope,you aren't doing anything wrong.It is actually fairly simple and not that uncommon what you are doing. Explaining it is more complicated.For the most part,you are playing two notes per tick. The metronome or drum machine is clicking away with no emphasis. It could be 2/4, 3/4, 4/4 etc. When we listen to it, we try to hear a repeatable grouping. But, because there are no Rhythmic or Volume accents we take the note change when you change strings as a stressed accent. I...



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