#1

e|------------------------14h15p14-------------------------|
B|----------------------15---------15----------------------|
G|--------------------14-------------14--------------------|
D|------------------16------------------16-----------------|
A|----------------17-----------------------17--------------|
E|--------------14----------------------------14-----------|
B|------------15---------------------------------15--------|


i made it up messing around when i got my 7 string.
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Last edited by Colton165 at Dec 28, 2008,
#3
G major or F#somehing

i think the G major is wrong haha
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#6
Quote by guitarsolo_17
D/F#/D/F#/D/F#

thats a really basic D Major.

Thas what i meant haha

F#, D major,

i was off by a sixth ahah
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#7
The highest five strings are a D major... and the lowest two are just octaves of the F# and D. Try the 12th fret on the A string and the 14th fret on the E instead of the first and last two notes you have there.
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wow reply 2 and 3, please learn your theory.


Yeah, holy crap people. D Major.
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#9
Quote by guitarsolo_17
D/F#/D/F#/D/F#

thats a really basic D Major.

i knew it was a D something, thats the root, right?

i new to theory, so Im sorry if i dont really know what the D/F#/D/F# thing means.

Does it mean that those notes repeat, but since D is the root, its a D arpeggio?
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i've always found pop to be harder to play than metal... especially shred metal... it's just really fast tremolo picking and the occasional palm mute... and the only chords you have to worry about are power chords...
#10
wouldnt it be a sweep?
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#11
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wouldnt it be a sweep?

yes, a sweep picked arpeggio.
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i've always found pop to be harder to play than metal... especially shred metal... it's just really fast tremolo picking and the occasional palm mute... and the only chords you have to worry about are power chords...
#14
Quote by slayerfrk
that made me laugh. a sweep is a form of arpeggio poop nose


Wrong poop nose!

A sweep is a form of picking technique.

Arpeggio is a musical term for broken chords and applies to almost every western instrument and western music theory in general.

You can't sweep on a piano (don't come with lame broom jokes), but you can play arpeggios on piano, and are actually a key role in a lot of (classical) piano pieces.

You can sweep on a guitar without it being an arpeggio, although this more commonly called economy picking, but are essentially the same.

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