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#121
hmmm yeah I thought it was a bit simple and was thinking exactly that... "if he adds a few more tones in there, it might start getting fishy." lol


-1-
-2-
-1-
-2-
-3-
-1-

Just the chord, from the root. Mode if you wanna. It's pretty easy, I'm off to the movies, so go ahead once someone else agrees.


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#123
Chord is correct, mode is Harmonic Minor.... but mode was optional so you're up Strat.
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#124
Alright, here goes:

Name the arpeggio

<12>=harmonic

|---------------------------------<7>-|
|------------------------<12>---------|
|-------------------<12>--------------|
|---------------<7>-------------------|
|------<7>-<12>-----------------------|
|-<12>------------------------<7>-----|
#127
Unless your guitar is retuned, that arpeggio is E-E-A-A-G-B-B

Not sure what else you'd call it.
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#128
Originally posted by Corwinoid
Unless your guitar is retuned, that arpeggio is E-E-A-A-G-B-B

Not sure what else you'd call it.


I'll let you go ahead.

I was thinking Em(add 4).

EDIT
Damn, I'm dumb.

I thought what you posted was Em11, and not Em(add 11).

I'm sorry, Cor, go ahead.
Last edited by The_Strat_Man at Jul 31, 2005,
#129
I want the key:

e:--12-
B:-----
G:-----
D:-----
B:--11-
E:-----
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#131
Originally posted by Corwinoid
I want the key:

e:--12-
B:-----
G:-----
D:-----
B:--11-
E:-----
What a strange tuning
Notes E and Bb
F major = F G A Bb C D E F
Could be F major (or eventually D natural minor)
#132
Originally posted by viciodk
What a strange tuning
Notes E and Bb
F major = F G A Bb C D E F
Could be F major (or eventually D natural minor)


It's not a strange tuning, Albert Collins used it all of the time. It's open Em.
#133
F works, Cb was the other acceptable choice.

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#135
^ It's just standard tuning where the 5th string has been tuned one whole step up to B.

I believe Open E Minor Tuning is E B E G B E.
#136
Originally posted by viciodk
^ It's just standard tuning where the 5th string has been tuned one whole step up to B.

I believe Open E Minor Tuning is E B E G B E.


Yeah, I see that now.
#139
Name this chord:

e|---8---
B|---10--
G|---7---
D|---0---
A|---9---
E|---X---
#140
X 9 0 7 10 8

F# D A C


F#6 or D7/F#

depends on the context of the music really.
#142
Originally posted by SilentDeftone
It can't be anything/F#, F# is not the lowest tone in that chord. Be careful!

D7.

-SD


Yes it is.

F# = 9th fret on the A string.
#143
Isnt the D note lower than the F# on 9th A string?
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#145
Originally posted by SilentDeftone
It can't be anything/F#, F# is not the lowest tone in that chord. Be careful!

D7.
Exactly, kind of a tricky chord to name
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#150
Ab D Ab D Gb Ab

Ab = 1 #4 1 #4 b7 = Ab7#11 (no3)
D = b5 1 b5 1 3 b5 = D(b5)
Gb = 2 #5 2 #5 1 #5 = Gbsus2+

I'd go with either the D(b5) or the Gbsus2+. The name with Ab as the root is kind of weak, since it has no 3rd. I'd say lydian dominant with that, but once again it's weak.
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#152
Ab-7b5

God knows why I thought of the b5 as a #4. That shape is tell-tale half dim lol.
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#155
Okay, I'll give a list of chord voicings. Then give me the two separate keys I have in there. Also identify where the key changes, and how I got to that new key (basically, name the interval that separates the two keys). The order is, to prevent confusion, Key 1 -> Key 2 -> Key 1 again. Basically, tell me what happens in those arrows. Also, if you want, name the kind of progression I have in each key (easy once you get em).

-0-3-----0---
-0-2---6-2---
-0-2-6-6-0-6-
-0-2-6-5-3-4-
-2-0-8-6-0-5-
-0-0-6-------
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#157
Sorry... I was looking at porn

Em7 A7/E Bbm7 Ebm7 A7+ Dmaj7

Key is D -> Eb -> D.
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#158
Originally posted by Corwinoid
Sorry... I was looking at porn

Em7 A7/E Bbm7 Ebm7 A7+ Dmaj7

Key is D -> Eb -> D.

I understand the first two chords, the ii - V7 in D.

Then the chords in the section you put as the key of Eb I don't get. There is a Bbm7, which is the minor 5 chord, and then an Ebm7, the tonic made into a minor chord. I've been thinking about this before you posted and I knew the first 2 and last two chords and how they functioned, but I'm stuck on the middle two.

It just doesn't seem very strong in Eb major when the dominant and the tonic are made minor.

Explanations please?
#159
Excuse me for not being pedantic... it would be Eb minor, but I would have assumed that didn't need saying with i being minor.

Edit: See kids? Porn fries the brain :/
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#160
Lol, go ahead Cor. Here's what I was really looking for...

D - Ab - D. They are both ii-7 V7 progressions... From D, we got down a tritone to the Ab key. However, I did not get too specific with that key, so I also thought someone would say Ebm as the second key.
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