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Pio Jr.
post Feb 27 2009, 09:51 PM
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Hey fellow guitarmaniacs,

I try to writing a song (I'm not much of artist I must say biggrin.gif ) and came up with a few riffs. But I have some questions about this one. It isn't based on anything really, I just like it then. I was wondering if this is a crappy and bad pattern?
Or I could do something with it. Which scales or chords can I use?

Thx for helping me out in my guitarmisery wink.gif
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D5 C#dim5 D5 C#dim5 Eaug
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A||-----5--5--5--5---------|----4--4--4--4---------|---5--5--5--5----------|---4--4--4--4----------|---7--7--7--7--5--5--5----|
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post Feb 27 2009, 09:57 PM
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Well mate I cannot tell you about the pattern because there is no rhythm in there, I supose that are all 8th notes but I only suppose I don't really know because is not notated.
The chord changes are nice but the last one stands for a D major and I think it would be great to be a minor because the changes are D5 and C#b5 and I think is cooler that those bi-chords represent: Dm and C#°7.

The scale over that could be D melodic minor/ D harmonic minor or if you don't change the major third on the last chord you could use D major.

If you have recording or a guitar pro tab maybe I could tell you more smile.gif


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post Feb 27 2009, 10:36 PM
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Well mate I cannot tell you about the pattern because there is no rhythm in there, I supose that are all 8th notes but I only suppose I don't really know because is not notated.
The chord changes are nice but the last one stands for a D major and I think it would be great to be a minor because the changes are D5 and C#b5 and I think is cooler that those bi-chords represent: Dm and C#°7.

The scale over that could be D melodic minor/ D harmonic minor or if you don't change the major third on the last chord you could use D major.

If you have recording or a guitar pro tab maybe I could tell you more smile.gif


Thx Ramiro. It really helped to understand what the hell I'm doing tongue.gif
I recorded already with a few other and riffs and etc. but I gonna wait to post it until its sounds a little bit better


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post Feb 27 2009, 10:56 PM
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Post audio recording of some sort for further analysis. Add bass and drums perhaps using basic VST sounds.
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post Feb 27 2009, 11:29 PM
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I just played it, and I think it can sound pretty cool, try to record it and upload so we can hear it.

BTW, you can wrap the tabs in "tab" tags so it is monospaced.

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post Feb 28 2009, 12:45 AM
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You're welcome mate!
I'm glad I helped you to understand a litte more smile.gif

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post Mar 2 2009, 03:13 PM
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Upload a recording, we'd all like to hear it smile.gif. I'm at college at the moment so i can't play that on my guitar at the moment but i can pretty much get what it is going to sound like. I think if you put some interesting rhythms in there then you can make a cool little tune out of it. Of course it depends what kind of feel you want to go for.

If you like the sound of that particular progression try a number of different rhythms and stuff. If you are confused about how to do that then let me know and i'd be glad to give you some tips that i've picked up from various different players (including guys from here smile.gif)
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