#1
When you're playing chords of a guitar normally and you play a chord then quickly switch to another chord and then continue playing at normal speed again, what is that quick change called?
#2
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A chord change?
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When you're playing chords of a guitar normally and you play a chord then quickly switch to another chord and then continue playing at normal speed again, what is that quick change called?
What could we call it that would make you happy....?
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When you're playing chords of a guitar normally and you play a chord then quickly switch to another chord and then continue playing at normal speed again, what is that quick change called?


Like a grace note?
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Like a grace note?


+1 that's what i was thinking
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I'm going to give it a name - "possible chordal acciacatura".

Now that I've ended this madness, a mod should close this thread.
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It's called a porage.

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Like a grace note?


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I'm going to give it a name - "possible chordal acciacatura".

Now that I've ended this madness, a mod should close this thread.
Why do some members always seem to want silly threads like this closed?

First, they seem to get the most traction.

Second, it seems like the others are having fun.

Third, there's no flaming going on.

Fourth, who knows, maybe there is a specific name for it. An excuse has been found to give a name in Italian to every other facet in music. Although I don't know if that extends to the modern era. (IE, how do you say, "sweep picking" in Italian)?

Rather than coming in and "saving the day" for us, I'm going to suggest another solution, based on this observation. If you simply don't post to a thread, then it is in fact, closed to you....
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Although I don't know if that extends to the modern era. (IE, how do you say, "sweep picking" in Italian)?


wasn't paganini doing the violin equivalent of sweep picking in the 1800s?

but i agree with your basic premise. i don't see the need to close a thread unless rules are being broken. and even then, if it's funny enough, it should maybe qualify for an exemption
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#24
First thing I thought of was a grace note, but he might just mean changing the value of the note for a strum, and then back, such as strumming eighth notes, then going to a sixteenth for the first chord of the change, then back to eighth notes for the rest of that chord.
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(IE, how do you say, "sweep picking" in Italian)?


Arpeggio?


As for the point of the thread - I'm personally finding it amusing so it stays open. If you boil it down to basics it's just another one of those hybrid technique/theory questions. Of course an issue is raised that when the answer is found out (or not found out) it's effect is nothing. In these threads (or many other threads) the TS doesn't seem to reply/come back so I'll just leave it to the forum to see where it goes.

Oh and that "mistake" answer, that was awesome. Top points.
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Fourth, who knows, maybe there is a specific name for it. An excuse has been found to give a name in Italian to every other facet in music. Although I don't know if that extends to the modern era. (IE, how do you say, "sweep picking" in Italian)?

Some nob cheese in the GT forum argued that sweep picking was a form of legato.
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wasn't paganini doing the violin equivalent of sweep picking in the 1800s?

but i agree with your basic premise. i don't see the need to close a thread unless rules are being broken. and even then, if it's funny enough, it should maybe qualify for an exemption



Hell, there was violin 'sweeping' even long before that!
#30
TS...take no heed of these folk...they are the types who would sticky tape bread crumbs to a window and watch birds batter themselves to death....

Unless you've worded it poorly.... to me it sounds like a chord change....
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TS...take no heed of these folk...they are the types who would sticky tape bread crumbs to a window and watch birds batter themselves to death....
Yeah right, like you wouldn't.....

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Unless you've worded it poorly.... to me it sounds like a chord change....
Would you mind translating that into Italian for us?

Even at that, you haven't touched on the fact it might be something different if you do it real, real fast.....

Maybe something like "cambio de chordo accelerando".......
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Some nob cheese in the GT forum argued that sweep picking was a form of legato.


that forum depresses me greatly

i remember a long time ago in there i said it would benefit someone to learn to read sheet music and i was bombarded with hate
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that forum depresses me greatly

i remember a long time ago in there i said it would benefit someone to learn to read sheet music and i was bombarded with hate


awwww...... *hugs*


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Hell, there was violin 'sweeping' even long before that!


yeah probably
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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#36
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Yeah right, like you wouldn't.....


Actually, I sticky tape a thumb tack to the window and put a bread crumb on the pointy end of it. I was inferring that all of you are soft. Yes you, dear reader. Especially you.


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Even at that, you haven't touched on the fact it might be something different if you do it real, real fast.....


Well.... the only thing Ive got for an uber quick chord change is "blurry sausages"... which translates to "Confuso Salame"....?
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Well.... the only thing Ive got for an uber quick chord change is "blurry sausages"... which translates to "Confuso Salame"....?


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#38
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Why do some members always seem to want silly threads like this closed?

First, they seem to get the most traction.

Second, it seems like the others are having fun.

Third, there's no flaming going on.

Fourth, who knows, maybe there is a specific name for it. An excuse has been found to give a name in Italian to every other facet in music. Although I don't know if that extends to the modern era. (IE, how do you say, "sweep picking" in Italian)?

Rather than coming in and "saving the day" for us, I'm going to suggest another solution, based on this observation. If you simply don't post to a thread, then it is in fact, closed to you....


I was joking.
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#39
If it were a chord, I'd say that it's called a "quick change". If it were a note, going to another note, I'd say playing fast from one note to the next. Quickly. If it were a hint of a note a split second before another note, with the emphasis on the 2nd note as the "arrival" pitch, I'd say grace note, or ghost note.

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Last edited by Sean0913 at Jan 17, 2012,