Attempt To Cover The Halloween Theme, ...sadly very little knowledge
Wyvernx
Nov 4 2007, 03:44 PM
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Me and my friend are trying to cover the infamous Halloween theme, but we have no idea where to start, we have the basic notes, but we're also trying to put in a good solo in there, ANY help would be greatly appreciated wink.gif

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Nov 5 2007, 12:54 AM
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anybody? sad.gif

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Nov 5 2007, 12:56 AM
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There are several tabs for it @ UG.

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Nov 5 2007, 12:58 AM
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yeah, but what we want to do is completely analyze it, and try to put in a coherent solo in there, I would like to konw what kind of scale I should use, in what key etc...

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Nov 5 2007, 01:28 AM
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I just started messing with it after reading your post. Sounds like the main riff is A#-G#-G#-A#-G#-G#-A#-B. I haven't looked at any tabs, I'm just going on sound, so I could be off. But the intervals at least I think are correct.

Anyway, if you tune your guitar to drop-D, crank up the distortion, you could could use power chords in place of the single-note riff, using the G# as a pedal tone (mute with your picking hand, too) and make this sound really metal-style. Once you get the main riff sounding good like that, record it (Audactity or whatever), and you could then play with lead lines over that. This appears to be the key of G#-minor, so work with that scale and try to come up with something cool.

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Nov 5 2007, 01:41 AM
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QUOTE (guitarrista_sean @ Nov 4 2007, 05:28 PM) *
I just started messing with it after reading your post. Sounds like the main riff is A#-G#-G#-A#-G#-G#-A#-B. I haven't looked at any tabs, I'm just going on sound, so I could be off. But the intervals at least I think are correct.

Anyway, if you tune your guitar to drop-D, crank up the distortion, you could could use power chords in place of the single-note riff, using the G# as a pedal tone (mute with your picking hand, too) and make this sound really metal-style. Once you get the main riff sounding good like that, record it (Audactity or whatever), and you could then play with lead lines over that. This appears to be the key of G#-minor, so work with that scale and try to come up with something cool.

Thanks I'll try doing tha, except I really hate doing drop D tongue.gif well I'll give it a shot anybody else?

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