#1
I wrote a quite good guitar part for a song in the key of D(maj)

but it doesnt have a D chord in it anywhere!? does this matter

obviously barring in mind I DID USE CHORDS IN THE KEY OF D!!

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#2
isnt this the wrong place to make this thread
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#3
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isnt this the wrong place to make this thread

no, he posted in the right place

and im pretty sure it doesnt matter, well, not too much anyway
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#5
i dont think it is necessary tho u shud hav used it to add some colour to the song...
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#7
not really, but it's not going to have those qualities that are common in most types of songs, like resolve and stuff like that, u can always tell when u return to that root chord in a song, but hey if it sounds good, then wat the hell huh?
#9
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no, he posted in the right place

and im pretty sure it doesnt matter, well, not too much anyway


You're hilarious.

Read the FAQ. Yes, this is the wrong place. Musician talk seems a safer bet.

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