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Kaspen
Kaspen
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Joined: Mar 30, 2007
Topics: 5 / Replies: 52
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Re: How important are scales?

Everybody that is a great guitarist knows scales, even if they don't know it.Scales are a map. You can find your way to your destination by just mucki...

12 years ago
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Re: The Post a video of your playing thread

Thats awsome Moonrider. I suppose I should have posted my videos here ... they didn't really get much response. I didn't think they were "that" bad ...

13 years ago
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Re: The Post a video of your playing thread

Thats awsome Moonrider. I suppose I should have posted my videos here ... they didn't really get much response. I didn't think they were "that" bad ...

13 years ago
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Re: Favorite influenced guitarists.

Most important for me; Eddie Van Halen. Listened to Eruption as a kid, thinking it was what I wanted to do. Second most important; Dimebag. He made me...

13 years ago
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Re: Worst guitar solos ever?

What have you guys got against ol' Carlos? He can rip it up with the best of 'em, but his best work - and there's been a lot of good stuff over the la...

13 years ago
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Re: The Post a video of your playing thread

Wow, you've got great chops. It's not at all the music I'm into but you do it good. Thumbs up. If anyone cares I'd happily explain whatever chimp-leve...

13 years ago
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Re: If you could have anybody's guitar,whose would you choos

Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's ax, nor his amp, nor anything that is thy neighbor's. +1. I don't get the point of all this.

13 years ago
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Re: 7th chords

Well, there's two kinds of dominant chords, functioning and non functioning. Some of them resolve and some don't. The classic usage is that they do re...

14 years ago
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Re: Guitar Grimoire vs. CAGED

I used the cage system the most, but to just chime in: learn it all. The point of every system is just to learn the fretboard. Whatever it takes man, ...

14 years ago
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Re: modal pentatonics!

That makes me happy to hear. :) I'm here for you guys if you need more help!

14 years ago
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Re: 7th chords

I would like to add that the obvious scale of choice to play over a dominant 7 chord isn't a minor pentatonic but a mixolydian scale, a major scale wi...

14 years ago
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Re: modal pentatonics!

There you go! You get it, awesome.So, play the different modes given the intervals above. Play a C phrygian/dorian/lydian etc over a C in the base and...

14 years ago
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Re: modal pentatonics!

Wrong. We need to start with scale construction and intervals, otherwise it doesn't make sense.What are the notes of a B major scale?

14 years ago
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Re: modal pentatonics!

okay - here is the level i am at. a major scale is constructed by starting at the root using the intervals wwhwwwh.a flat 3rd and flat 6th will give ...

14 years ago
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