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#42
John Paul Jones?

But then, equally, I think of Phil Lynott.
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#43
No, but for mentioning Sheehan!

It's part of a side project as a solo artist. The guy's "main" band is 3 members who are all fantastic at their instruments, but they make WEIRD music. I'm surprised nobody's said it yet. It's quite a funky line.
Last edited by SilentDeftone at Nov 14, 2004,
#47
thats gunna be hard, primus has such a difference in their songs, one will be funky another jazzy another rockish another metal etc etc but give me a min
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#51
Yes, this really didn't turn out as well as I thought it would. The riff is from The Awakening by Les Claypool, at about 0:21.

Okay, time for a chord:

e|--6--|
B|--6--|
G|--5--|
D|--6--|
A|--5--|
E|--0--|


Hopefully this won't take a page of guesses
#54
im thinking thats a poly chord correct?
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#56
^ Yes, aint it CRAZY?!?

It's not meant to be a polychord (if my definition of polychord happens to be the same as yours). It actually contains a fairly common chord shape. Rain will probably see it instantly
#57
I've never seen a chord that contains a degree and then a degree#. Or maybe it could be E D Ab C F Bb! Oh! I'm gonna' work on this, be back in a few minutes with *my* answer.
#65
you are confusing me, what exactly are you looking for, a certain voicing?
#66
I'm looking for the name of the chord as I built it. Chords generally have a "best" name, and multiple other possible names. min/maj chords are generally called dominant chords, by the way.
#67
Originally posted by SilentDeftone
I'm looking for the name of the chord as I built it. Chords generally have a "best" name, and multiple other possible names. min/maj chords are generally called dominant chords, by the way.


min/maj chords arent dominant, a min/major chord is 1 b3 5 7, no b7 in there. They are closely related to aug chords, just remove the root, et voila.
#69
^ That's roughly the same thing Simon said a few posts ago, except he named it as Bb instead of A#.


Originally posted by beatallica_fan
min/maj chords arent dominant, a min/major chord is 1 b3 5 7, no b7 in there. They are closely related to aug chords, just remove the root, et voila.


*bangs head on wall repeatedly*

I knew that, I just must not have been thinking. My apologies, quinny!

Hint: The chord has a b13 as an "add" note.
#71
I was going for Ddim(b13)/E. There's a common diminished barre chord shape rooted on the A string.

The_Strat_Man's turn

Edit: Damn, it WAS a b7 I'm really having a bad day.
Last edited by SilentDeftone at Nov 17, 2004,
#72
Yippee!

Alright, this one's an Intro Solo by Derek and the Dominoes. This is Eric Clapton's part. But, I want you to name the song.

Hint:SRV and Jimi both played it.


   a      +E   +E  Q   E    E  E    E
|---------------------------------------|
|-10b12==(10)r(10)-7---7h===9--5h===7---|
|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
  ~                             ~     ~~~~~~~~~~
  H         E   E   E   E     a Q   a Q      Q     E    E
|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
|-------------------5---7---|-5s7---7s9-----10----10s==12-|
|-6---------6h==7-----------|-----------------------------|
|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
           ~~~~~                          ~~~~~
   S      +E.     a      +E    E  S      +E.       S      +S   E
|-----------------------------12---------------------------------|
|-12b14==(12)r---12b14==(12)r----12b14==(12)r-----12pb14r(12)-10S|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|

  ~
  Q   E    E    a      +E   +E     E     E
|--------------------------------------------|
|-9---9h==10---10b12==(10)r(10)----9h===10---|
|--------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------|

   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
   Q      Q         Q        Q
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|-11-----13--------14-------16-------|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|

#73
Originally posted by SilentDeftone
I was going for Ddim(b13)/E. There's a common diminished barre chord shape rooted on the A string.

The_Strat_Man's turn

Edit: Damn, it WAS a b7 I'm really having a bad day.


the chord rooted on the a string is a m7b5 chord, you cant call it dim or dim7. Honest SD i think the Bb9/E is a tidier name.
#74
Originally posted by The_Strat_Man
Yippee!

Alright, this one's an Intro Solo by Derek and the Dominoes. This is Eric Clapton's part. But, I want you to name the song.

Hint:SRV and Jimi both played it.


a +E +E Q E E E E
|---------------------------------------|
|-10b12==(10)r(10)-7---7h===9--5h===7---|
|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~
H E E E E a Q a Q Q E E
|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
|-------------------5---7---|-5s7---7s9-----10----10s==12-|
|-6---------6h==7-----------|-----------------------------|
|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
~~~~~ ~~~~~
S +E. a +E E S +E. S +S E
|-----------------------------12---------------------------------|
|-12b14==(12)r---12b14==(12)r----12b14==(12)r-----12pb14r(12)-10S|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|

~
Q E E a +E +E E E
|--------------------------------------------|
|-9---9h==10---10b12==(10)r(10)----9h===10---|
|--------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------|

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Q Q Q Q
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|-11-----13--------14-------16-------|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|



that would be Little Wing
no sig for me
#75
yeah, i believe it is little wing, system it's your go, unless strat man says it's not little wing but the only song I know all 3 of those dudes played was little wing and I'm even looking at the tab.

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/search.php3?ss=little+wing&location=tabs

look at any of those, put something up that's hard, and preferrably(at least I would prefer) not a song to name but a chord or arpeggio.
#76
Originally posted by beatallica_fan
the chord rooted on the a string is a m7b5 chord, you cant call it dim or dim7. Honest SD i think the Bb9/E is a tidier name.


Yes, I checked that name and it was surprisingly complete (no tones missing or anything). Sorry man, next turn I get you can have.
#77
Originally posted by SilentDeftone
Yes, I checked that name and it was surprisingly complete (no tones missing or anything). Sorry man, next turn I get you can have.


lol, you dont have to apologise, just my 2 cents.
#78
anybody gonna go? I'm in the computer lab and I really don't want to do work.