#2
how about the key of the portion of the song you're playing over..?

if you can't figure it out, look at the tab and write down what notes are used in the backing.
#3
* SMASHES FACE AGAINST WALL REPEATEDLY *

must we get this EVERY DAY!?!?!!

MT sticky at the top explains how to find keys and also the notes in the keys.
#4
99% of music you will encounter is major or minor. Start with those two scales, and add accidentals. You can figure out the key yourself.
#5
Song's in C minor. The entire melody line is pretty clearly Cm pentatonic.

Good choice btw - this song always gets an fantastic reaction when we play it. Check out the bridge they play live "move on, ya got ta move on" brilliant for crowd participation!
#6
Quote by Declan87
Song's in C minor. The entire melody line is pretty clearly Cm pentatonic.

Good choice btw - this song always gets an fantastic reaction when we play it. Check out the bridge they play live "move on, ya got ta move on" brilliant for crowd participation!


you just gave a man a fish.
#7
Quote by z4twenny
* SMASHES FACE AGAINST WALL REPEATEDLY *

must we get this EVERY DAY!?!?!!

MT sticky at the top explains how to find keys and also the notes in the keys.


Caps and excessive punctuation make you sound angry and yet I rarely see you miss an opportunity to post in these. Curious.
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