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ibanezkiller
post Nov 3 2007, 03:49 AM
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Hey people... i was wonder if i could get some more drop D riffing lession... i saw a few by sean and i enjoyed them. any one else agree?
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post Nov 3 2007, 03:54 AM
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drop d = power chord nation. just fret the bottom 2 strings and move it around a scale. your good to go smile.gif


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post Nov 3 2007, 04:00 AM
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QUOTE (trueblue450 @ Nov 3 2007, 02:54 AM) *
drop d = power chord nation. just fret the bottom 2 strings and move it around a scale. your good to go smile.gif


Thats pretty much it actually, not really something that needs a lot of time learning, you want a heavier sound you drop to c pretty much.

Just power chords on their own are very one dimensional, better to just play around with scales and power chords and drop some lead in when it suits. cool.gif


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