#1
So I have a intro of 8 bars (with the main theme) the chords behind it are Em | Dmaj that three times; and the last two bars begin with Em | ? | <in that last bar my melody ends on


--19--17--15--14----15--12--L--|
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I don't know what to end on, a Bm does not sound good. And a G neither (since that -19 is the major third)
Suggestions anyone?
Quote by razorback91
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Yes, its its own kind of metal, but its still metal.
Last edited by 08L1V10N at Dec 7, 2009,
#2
Bm and G sound good to me, why not, they are in the E minor and don't clash with the notes you're playing. 19 is a B and the major third in G which is diatonical to E minor, no problems there.
#4
Quote by Slash/////
try F#major barré 2nd fret


Wouldn't the B and A you're playing in the riff clash with the A#?
#6
You can try:
Relative major - Gmajor
Any chord with the root note from E natural/melodic minor
or simply an E or B(fifth of E) power chord
#8
Thanks
Quote by razorback91
Im sorry, I just don't see how you could argue that hardcore isn't metal. That just seems arrogant to me.

Yes, its its own kind of metal, but its still metal.
#9
Quote by Slash/////
yeh - it keeps the listener on their toes tho and hits 'em where it hurts


I think they'd walk away