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post May 27 2013, 11:27 AM
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Hi,Cosmin.
Thank you so much.
I am working now but in the evening I will try.
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post May 27 2013, 11:34 AM
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biggrin.gif It will only get better wink.gif Looking forward to read your impressions, my friend!


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post May 27 2013, 11:39 AM
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I would like to ask.
If I begin D maj it will begin from 10 fret.
Have I to tune the guitar on B or drop D?
Then I can D maj from 3 fret


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post May 27 2013, 12:04 PM
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I could not stop and wrote down(in my office I have no a guitar)
C maj 8-10-12, 8-10-12, 9-10-12, 9-10-12, 10-12-13, 10-12-13
G maj 3-5-7, 3-5-7, 4-5-7, 4-5-7, 5-7-8, 5-7-8
D maj 10-12-14,10-12-14, 11-12-14,11-12-14, 12-14-15, 12-14-15
They are in the same configuration.....
but the different is only the number of the first fret...
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post May 27 2013, 03:04 PM
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Well,I came home and did it.
Is that right?




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So.
In C maj all notes a playing without a shifting."C-D-E-F-G-A-B"
in G maj - F is shifted in a half tone.
and D maj - two notes are shifted in a half tone : F and C.
And it makes a little different shade or tinge.
I was playing without shifting and with it.
But for playing it is the same figures(I saw this when wrote down in my office)
And it makes easier to remember how to play them.
It is nice

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post May 27 2013, 08:22 PM
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if I will play :
1-3-5,1-3-5,2-3-5,2-3-5,3-5-6,3-5-6
it will be F - major?(One note is shifted -Bb)
It is the same figure too but from the 1 fret?
Unbelievable.....

I can't stop.
5-7-9,5-7-9,6-7-9,6-7-9,7-9-10,7-9-10 is A major.
There are three shifted notes(C,F,G)
is that right?


I can suppose that from open E in the same figures will be E major

So that all notes from the 6(th) string in that figure forms:
E maj - shifted notes(C#D#F#G#)
F maj - shifted notes(Bb)
G maj - shifted notes(F#)
A maj - shifted notes(C#F#G#)
B maj - shifted notes(C#D#F#G#A#)
C maj - no shifted notes
D maj - shifted notes(C#F#)


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post May 28 2013, 08:40 AM
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Hi,Cosmin.
I saw one more thing(I will try to explain in English.I am not sure that it will correct in English)
So, for example the note A.
It is on the 6-th string on the 5-th fret.
The same note will in a string and in a fret (half tone)but it will in a higher octave 4-th string 7-th fret.
And the third time it will in two higher octave from the key not.So that it will be in a string higher and in two
frets(a tone) from the second A : 10-th fret on the 2-d string.
It looks like some mathematic formula.
next octave = 6-2=4string and number of the key note fret + 2
and one more octave = 4-2 =2 and number of key note fret +5(2+3:2 octave +3 octave)

I will take a vacation from next monday and can spend a lot of time for the guitar.


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QUOTE (pavelducati @ May 27 2013, 10:39 AM) *
I would like to ask.
If I begin D maj it will begin from 10 fret.
Have I to tune the guitar on B or drop D?
Then I can D maj from 3 fret


Hey man! You can begin from wherever you have the D note on your guitar - 10th fret low E string, is a very good spot smile.gif No downtuning needed!

QUOTE (pavelducati @ May 27 2013, 02:33 PM) *
So.
In C maj all notes a playing without a shifting."C-D-E-F-G-A-B"
in G maj - F is shifted in a half tone.
and D maj - two notes are shifted in a half tone : F and C.
And it makes a little different shade or tinge.
I was playing without shifting and with it.
But for playing it is the same figures(I saw this when wrote down in my office)
And it makes easier to remember how to play them.
It is nice


This assumption is correct man - the alterations are those that you discovered biggrin.gif

QUOTE (pavelducati @ May 27 2013, 07:22 PM) *
if I will play :
1-3-5,1-3-5,2-3-5,2-3-5,3-5-6,3-5-6
it will be F - major?(One note is shifted -Bb)
It is the same figure too but from the 1 fret?
Unbelievable.....

I can't stop.
5-7-9,5-7-9,6-7-9,6-7-9,7-9-10,7-9-10 is A major.
There are three shifted notes(C,F,G)
is that right?


I can suppose that from open E in the same figures will be E major

So that all notes from the 6(th) string in that figure forms:
E maj - shifted notes(C#D#F#G#)
F maj - shifted notes(Bb)
G maj - shifted notes(F#)
A maj - shifted notes(C#F#G#)
B maj - shifted notes(C#D#F#G#A#)
C maj - no shifted notes
D maj - shifted notes(C#F#)


Correct!! biggrin.gif

QUOTE (pavelducati @ May 28 2013, 07:40 AM) *
Hi,Cosmin.
I saw one more thing(I will try to explain in English.I am not sure that it will correct in English)
So, for example the note A.
It is on the 6-th string on the 5-th fret.
The same note will in a string and in a fret (half tone)but it will in a higher octave 4-th string 7-th fret.
And the third time it will in two higher octave from the key not.So that it will be in a string higher and in two
frets(a tone) from the second A : 10-th fret on the 2-d string.
It looks like some mathematic formula.
next octave = 6-2=4string and number of the key note fret + 2
and one more octave = 4-2 =2 and number of key note fret +5(2+3:2 octave +3 octave)

I will take a vacation from next monday and can spend a lot of time for the guitar.


Indeed! So biggrin.gif My friend, you are discovering intervals - that's what you are actually starting to do with what you wrote here tongue.gif

Today's little movie, that I will make, will be dealing with intervals - we are taking the theory one step above, deal?

QUOTE (pavelducati @ May 27 2013, 02:04 PM) *
Well,I came home and did it.
Is that right?


Ok! This sort of exercise is very good to get acquainted to the sound of the scales smile.gif now, can you try the second part of the exercise - the one in which you played the notes in respect to the roots, but do it slowly and try to sing each note so that you may remember its sound against the root note.


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post May 28 2013, 12:37 PM
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Hi,Cosmin.
you said I can play a scale from any string.
I tried to do that.
The figure was changed a little.
But I saw a new feature.
If I play any note on 6-th and-5th strings the same note but on a higher octave
will be via a string via a fret.
But if play on 4-th and 3-d strings the same note higher octave will be via sting and via 2 frets.
That is why the figure is changed.

For example:

G is on the 6-th string 3-d fret > 4-th string 5-th fret(3+2) > 2-d string 8-th fret(5+3)
B is on the 5-th string 2-d fret > 3-d string 4-th fret > 1-st string(4+3) 7-th fret

Sorry for my broken English.

I am playing your task.
If I think right 3-d,6-th and 7-th notes are changing the sound of all picture.




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Howdy bro biggrin.gif Check this out:


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post May 29 2013, 11:19 AM
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Hi,Cosmin.
Thank you for the movie.
So,I tried to do the exercise.
It sounds like something familiar but I can't remember.
It seems a melody.

May be it is just a nice and simple melody.

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If I think right scales with my ear for music improvement will increase the speed of my fingers.
But it demand a lot of time for a practice.
I am very impatient.
I can train all my weekend and all my free time to
go to the next level.
I can't sleep until reach the desired result.




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hehe! You have played them melodically - that means one note after the other wink.gif Very good! Now, I would like to ask you to play each note and its third, as they would be chords, so the note and its root simultaneously.

It will be easier if you do it horizontally - please post the recording and I'll tell you more wink.gif

Have patience, my friend, and everything will fall into place - don't rush, practice diligently and focused, deal?

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Yes, it is funny.
Well,today in the evening will be done.
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If I understood right it should sound like this :


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Bingo - that's exactly what I wanted! A little movie is on your way and a few additional tasks biggrin.gif I love working with you man - you are doing everything I am telling you without ever having it done before biggrin.gif

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Me too.
It is because I feel your energy and I do everything with a pleasure.
It is great.
I think I can give you my energy through my performances because you put it in me in my hands
and I return it that way.
I am very grateful.
And I always wait your new tasks.

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Hehe! Your thoughts always make me smile mate!

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Hi,Cosmin.
I tried to play triads.
I would like to ask you.
(BDF) is not convenient for
playing from 5-th string.
Can I play from 4-th?
Or is it important to play from 5-th?

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