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> Sweeping, how to make your own stuff
Robin
post Mar 6 2007, 12:17 AM
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I've just started praciting 5 string sweeping stuff from Pavel's lessons, and its going alright so far. What I'm wondering about is how to make your own sweeping stuff? For instance if you want to have some sweeping in a solo for your band or whatever. Do you just pick any random notes that sound good or do you stay inside a scale?

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post Mar 6 2007, 12:32 AM
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It all depends on the context you are soloing in. Say you have a chord progression in A major. You could do sweep arpeggios with any of the arpeggios in that key. So that would be Amaj, Bmin, C#min, Dmaj, Emaj, F#min, G#dim.
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post Mar 6 2007, 09:35 PM
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Yes, thats probably the best way to do it, and another idea if you want to just have some fun, sometimes i just think of chords and there shape and play that as an arpeggio, and you can experiement from there with arranging notes and what not.
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post Mar 7 2007, 12:10 AM
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Ok thanks alot smile.gif


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