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post Oct 2 2006, 02:55 PM
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I don't know if anyone else has suggested this but I think a lesson on how to follow chord progressions using arpeggios(that doesn't mean sweeping!!!) and other techniques so the listener doesn't even have to hear the chord progression, but they can hear it through the soloing. I don't really want to say scales because thier are lots of notes that sound good over certain chords that aren't in the same scale.
I think following the chords in a chord progression is a killer technique that sounds great, and I'd love to learn it. biggrin.gif


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post Oct 6 2006, 04:39 AM
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QUOTE (I said)
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I think following the chords in a chord progression is a killer technique that sounds great, and I'd love to learn it.


I guess I'm the only one laugh.gif


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post Oct 6 2006, 02:14 PM
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It's definately a good [and important] topic - we will have that.

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post Oct 6 2006, 02:18 PM
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YAY!!!! biggrin.gif


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