#1
Ive figured out that playing (tuned eadgbe) you can make your guitar sound like a sitar by playing frets on your high e and plucking both the e's with your thumb and index finger or playing open d and playing notes on g (like in the beginning of "history" by tenacious d) also makes it sound like a sitar if you play enugh hammer ons and pulloffs.

Pretty cool on making intros and such.
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#2
wow your bands myspace is horrible dude...
you honestly need to find a new passion in life..
#3
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#4
I think you just discovered the concept of "drone strings". Pretty common in Eastern music, and they sound cool, yeah. Sitars sound totally different though, what with the sympathetic strings and the totally different resonant properties to a regular 6-string acoustic.
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wow your bands myspace is horrible dude...
you honestly need to find a new passion in life..



We arent trying to make breakthrough ****, its just fun to play chord progressions while your puberty-less friends improvise lyrics.
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#6
I remember thinking the same thing a few years ago. After a while you wise up to what a sitar actually sounds like. This was around the same time I thought the Harmonic Minor scale sounded 'egyptian'. Good job on exploring though!
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