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stratwrassler
stratwrassler
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Joined: Nov 19, 2004
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RE: Metronones SUCK !

Yeah, after you get to where you can gruv and jam with a metronome, for some reason it gets harder to find "good" drummers, heh.Peace,Rico

17 years ago
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18 years ago
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In another universe...

.. I've posted some lessons at And I have a couple of early concept tunes up at Peace,-Rick

18 years ago
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I luv the key of B

I've discovered it's a good vocal key for me, and now horn players hate me. :twisted: Peace,-Rick

18 years ago
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RE: Bm+7

whats bmi? B minor. Sorry, I'm in the habit of using mi and ma for minor and major.Peace,-Rick

18 years ago
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Re: Naming your scales

>>>>So here's my question:I'm writing a song. The key is C#/Db major. Is it C# or Db, or can it be whatever I want to call it? I'm assumin...

18 years ago
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RE: How did you learn so much theory?

Music theory is not nearly as complicated as you think.I learned most of it from coming here and reading David's articles. There's only 12 notes. If...

18 years ago
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I often hear this in minor blues, like "Summertime"

...I still get the feeling that chord prog should played bm, bmM7, bm7, bm6. This is often played as a slow arpegio through the sequence or just the b...

18 years ago
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Piano helps, but I don't think it's "easier".

3 years of piano lessons helped prepare me to learn theory on the guitar, but I don't think it's "easier".Most piano players, as opposed to guitar pla...

18 years ago
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RE: When to play what

...Right now, all the songs our band plays are in the same key, using approximately the same scale, and we have almost mastered improvisation of almos...

18 years ago
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Because it helps you play better.

Learning the theory, how scales and chords are constructed, why we call them by their names, etc, helps us communicate ideas to other musicians.It als...

18 years ago
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It's all blues to me.

The chords might be straight, I IV V, but the harmony created by playing the minor pentatonic scale over them turns them into dom7 chords.So, you're p...

18 years ago
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RE: Problem with musical theory for guitar

Well, I never write a chord progression independent of a melody. A chord progression is there to support the melody, not to be the song itself (even ...

18 years ago
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RE: working with minor chords

Your tune is in Dminor.All of the fine, thorough theory discussion aside, here is a rule that almost always works.When you finish playing the song, wh...

18 years ago
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RE: When to play what

...I'm just starting on solos over backing tracks, so I'm trying to sort this all out. I've been using a simple A-D-E backing track. Please let me k...

18 years ago
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