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Funk Monk



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Date registered 08.09.2013
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03.21.2014
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Fri Mar 21, 2014 11:44 pm | jump to post

Your starting at the right video. Pay close attention with your eyes and ears, he starts on the fifth fret of the Low E. It's a very simple scale. If you got past 3:40 you should have no problem with learning A minor Pentatonic.

09.19.2013
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Thu Sep 19, 2013 1:05 pm | jump to post

Right on SlashiePie, I can definitely relate. You get to a point in your guitar playing where it becomes necessary to absorb as much practical theory as possible in order to really "see" what you can do with your guitar. Music theory becomes very fun when you understand it properly.I for one feel training your voice really helps your musical ear too, it has for me. Learning piano can also really refresh your approach to guitar, taking things you learn and applying them to guitar and vice versa.

08.22.2013
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Thu Aug 22, 2013 9:16 am | jump to post

Looking forward to learning. :)

08.20.2013
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Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:25 pm | jump to post

Quote: dlraben wrote in post #6Been swamped at work today but i planned to put links to Pebber playing live. And to McLaughlin. Was a decent question, often takes time to get decent answers. Hit youtube for pebber. It is there.Awesome, I'll have to dig some of those up. I'd love to purchase Pebber's Live DVD thats currently backed up with orders. Quote: Cliff wrote in post #5Actually, I was going to suggest the intro to Little Guitars by Van Halen. There's some nice tremolo picking on the top tw...
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Tue Aug 20, 2013 11:53 am | jump to post

I suppose stupid questions get stupid answers, i'll just stick to what i'm doing.I'd delete the thread if I could.
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Tue Aug 20, 2013 9:37 am | jump to post

Where did you get the idea that I just want to play misirlou? It was just a vague example of a song that can be played using Sarod-style picking. I was just curious as to what songs people may have found fun to play using Sarod, I only used misirlou as an example off the top of my head.I've been focused mainly on Pebber Brown's Picking Technique Vol. 1 for almost 3 years now, I am merely trying to find ideas to apply these techniques Musically.Sure Misirlou is a very cliche song for fast picking...

08.19.2013
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Mon Aug 19, 2013 12:54 pmScalpel/Sarod Music

08.14.2013
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Thu Aug 15, 2013 1:13 am | jump to post

Quote: NicholasJacquet wrote in post #210With Sarod The strings are like Mashed Potatoes...to get things started grab yerself a pick and start stiring emGenius.
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Wed Aug 14, 2013 4:19 pm | jump to post

The aluminum must give it good sustain. I remember Kramer used to have a guitar with a Aluminum Neck/Headstock, I thought it looked very unique.



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