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post Mar 26 2014, 11:24 PM
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[quote name='Gabriel Leopardi' date='Mar 26 2014, 08:01 PM' post='680056']
what do you know about music theory?
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Nothing...it's boring and i am a ear player... but i'm open to your lesson. I try to became a lead guitarist so i need to know were to go on my neck. Lets go
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yeah! it can be boring if you don' t apply it directly into your music. It's not important to learn a lot by once, you can learn slowly and apply it. That's the best way to do it.

At first, it would be important that you can find the notes on your fret board. Give a try to this thread and exercises and let me know if you already know it.

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post Apr 23 2014, 08:46 PM
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Hey, long time no talk... haha Well my arm get better and i only play little stuff. But you said that you can help me whith the solo with my band so i send you this song. It's only a beginning but it give you an idea. And i want a solo in the beginning but i have no idea or inspiration or where to go it's in standard tuning and it's A and G. Tell me what you think

https://soundcloud.com/et007-1/fall-in-to/s-OjhpD
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Hi mate! Nice to hear from you again! I'm glad to know that you are getting better. smile.gif

I've just heard the track. Where would you like to record the solo (between which seconds)?


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In the beginning 0 sec to 28 sec
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QUOTE (Etienne @ Apr 24 2014, 12:49 PM) *
In the beginning 0 sec to 28 sec



That's tricky! I think that the best would be to think on some good melodies to play over it. The first step would be to start jamming a bit over it. We have two chords there: Am and G played as a loop. The scale that works there is A minor.

Why don't you record some improvisations over it and share them here?




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Ok thanks i will check A minor and jam a little bit
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Ok thanks i will check A minor and jam a little bit



Ok. I will wait for your takes. wink.gif


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How do you choose that the A minor is the one??? And do you have stuff in A minor??
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QUOTE (Etienne @ Apr 26 2014, 10:06 PM) *
How do you choose that the A minor is the one??? And do you have stuff in A minor??



The two bass notes that appear there are A and G. I could play along with this bass notes playing power chords, but if I want to play triads, the two chords that work there are Am and G, this are the ones that sound better, and the main reason is the vocal melody that appears in the first seconds which sings 3 notes from A minor scale (C - B - A). Then when the song starts, the overall tonality is clearly A minor.

There are many theory concepts that you should study to be able to learn the tonality of a song and the scales that can be used. We can start working on this things if you want.

Stuff in A minor?

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/Buckethead-Style/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/solo-guit...ck-solo-lesson/
https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/ap_etu...m_triplet_feel/

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Go for it and thanks. I learn yesterday A minor pentatonic scales and i jam with backing tracks
Realy cool it all sound good. I will play all week that scales. And i see that A minor can be aolien mode. You can choose one of those two??? Whats the difference? Anyway im open to learn
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QUOTE (Etienne @ Apr 28 2014, 11:38 AM) *
Go for it and thanks. I learn yesterday A minor pentatonic scales and i jam with backing tracks
Realy cool it all sound good. I will play all week that scales. And i see that A minor can be aolien mode. You can choose one of those two??? Whats the difference? Anyway im open to learn


Hi mate, A minor and A Aeolian are the same scale. Aeolian term is used when it's seen as a 6th mode from the Major scale but it's basically the same scale and you can use both names to refer to it.

Let's start working on this thread's exercises and concepts: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=49841


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QUOTE (Etienne @ Jul 5 2014, 02:39 PM) *
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Hey mate! Welcome back!! How are you? What have you been doing?


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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Jul 6 2014, 08:17 PM) *
Hey mate! Welcome back!! How are you? What have you been doing?

In one month my arm is suppose to be ok and i will play guitar again. My god it's long.........
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QUOTE (Etienne @ Jul 11 2014, 09:16 PM) *
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Hi Etienne! Nice to know it! Are you working on other musical things that doesn't involve your arm?


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Hey Gab's i'm ready to restart slowly so one lesson at time.
You are free to choose what you want.
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Hi Etienne! How are you? It's great to know that you are feeling good now! I think that you should start slowly with technique, and off course do the massages, stretches and warming up before each routine. (http://youtu.be/1XsLRQFV7rY)

What about the last routine that I gave you, could you work on it? It was set 20 days before you had to stop playing. Are you already familiar with the exercises?

I also think that we should start to dedicate some minutes to scale work, but off putting music in the first place. We will dedicate time to making music with scales. What do you think? Are you in?


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I'm in for scale work but gave me some backing track to improvise and a key in particual cause i already try scales and i stop it cause it's boring for me. I know it's important but i can't do it for a long time. And i did nothing to the last routine so you can gave me the one you want.
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This sounds good mate, so please check this link where you will find the tabs, diagrams needed, a backing track and a link to the video with my explanations on how to work on it: Click HERE. Please feel free to ask all the questions you need.

About the guitar routine, let's go for this one: HERE



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