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Krah13
Krah13
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Joined: Nov 29, 2012
Topics: 1 / Replies: 10
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Re: new string gauge

I agree, if you like the sound go for it. Use 9s. I am a heavy string player. The 9s always seemed to me skinny sounding.

10 years ago
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Re: Pick Question

The thickness of the pick you are using is a matter of personal taste. The general rule is that you use thin picks for strumming and harder picks for ...

10 years ago
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Re: diminished arpeggio's

I have a lesson on diminished arpeggios on my site. Check it out.

10 years ago
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Re: Where do i start with all this theory?

Try out some sites on the web. There are full of information. The difficult thing is to decide where to start. If you want, have a look at my site:

10 years ago
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Re: Guitar theory question?

I have the chord sequence D-C-Bflat. My guitar teacher showed me how to play scales over them as they are not in the same key. BUT i cant remember the...

10 years ago
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Re: How do I establish whether a 1b3b7 is half dim or minor?

So I got a chord which consist of ACG= 1b3b7 = AHalfDim OR Am.Which is it? I think that this is not a chord. This is a chord voicing. Am chord consis...

10 years ago
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Re: Modes and chords

First of all.Let's see the notes of C Lydian.C-D-E-F#-G-A-B1-2-3-#4-5-6-7C Lydian can work over a C bass, can work over a C Major triad (C-E-G) or CMa...

10 years ago
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Re: Harmony and chord progressions

I believe that the book that can work for you is "Jazz Theory" from Mark Levine. I know that it is "jazz-oriented" but I think that it's a must-read f...

10 years ago
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Re: Switching between modes in a solo

I don't disagree with the other posts, I just want to show you a different "path".I think that its time for you to start thinking in terms of Arpeggio...

10 years ago
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Re: Vertical and Horizontal improvisation

Yes, Vertical Improvisation refers to Arpeggios and Horizontal refers to Scale improvisation.

10 years ago