MaggaraMarine
Slapping the bass.
Join date: Oct 2009
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#2
He says in the video: "In the key of D." (That's not the scale though. )

But really, just listen to it. Find the notes on your fretboard. Try to play it by ear note by note. You can also look at Phil's fingers.


OK, I'll make it easier. It's D dorian scale. But what does that help? You still need to find the notes.
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Just remember that there are no boring scales, just boring players.

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liampje
Wannabe music theorist :)
Join date: Jun 2009
4,918 IQ
#3
Quote by MaggaraMarine


OK, I'll make it easier. It's D dorian scale. But what does that help? You still need to find the notes.

He is just looking for the scale, not for the lick itself.
MaggaraMarine
Slapping the bass.
Join date: Oct 2009
3,411 IQ
#5
Quote by liampje
He is just looking for the scale, not for the lick itself.



I assumed TS wanted to learn the lick.
Quote by AlanHB
Just remember that there are no boring scales, just boring players.

Gear

Charvel So Cal
Ibanez Blazer
Yamaha FG720S-12
Tokai TB48
Laney VC30
Hartke HyDrive 210c