#1
ok, it's not a question of how to, it's more of a question of what do i need to know BEFORE i start? i heard of all this...harmonic crap that i have no idea if it's necessary. SO, if someone could tell me what I'd need to learn before i get too far in with it, that'd be great
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Schecter C-1+ w/ Seymour duncan Jazz (neck) and Full Shred (bridge), with Sperzels
B-52 LG-100A 4x12 half stack
Rogue LX405 Bass
Yamaha classical
Some sort of acoustic Squier
Boss Flanger
Lyon Chorus
#4
uuhh...ok...i know like the basic major and minor arps, but how would i go about building my own?
My gear:
Schecter C-1+ w/ Seymour duncan Jazz (neck) and Full Shred (bridge), with Sperzels
B-52 LG-100A 4x12 half stack
Rogue LX405 Bass
Yamaha classical
Some sort of acoustic Squier
Boss Flanger
Lyon Chorus
#5
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uuhh...ok...i know like the basic major and minor arps, but how would i go about building my own?

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#6
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yyyeeaahh...thats probably the most noobish question eh? haha

Yes. Yes it was.
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#7
do you know the basic chord formulas?


once you know how to construct chords, its basically about laying them down on consectutive strings
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#8
Quote by KurrptSenate
do you know the basic chord formulas?


once you know how to construct chords, its basically about laying them down on consectutive strings



Like the 1,3,5,7? stuff like that?

I'm sorry to all, for being such a n00b today my brain kinda....quit. it's been like this for a couple of days so..haha
My gear:
Schecter C-1+ w/ Seymour duncan Jazz (neck) and Full Shred (bridge), with Sperzels
B-52 LG-100A 4x12 half stack
Rogue LX405 Bass
Yamaha classical
Some sort of acoustic Squier
Boss Flanger
Lyon Chorus
#9
Quote by SchecterC-1+Man
uuhh...ok...i know like the basic major and minor arps, but how would i go about building my own?


When you know the notes of the chord, you just take them and arrange them in an order you want and the sweep the arpeggio. You can make some cool sounding licks when tap extensions to the arpeggios.
#10
yea, but, if you did a sweep of

1,3,5,7


you would just be sweeping a major 7th chord. That completely fine, if thats the sound you're going for

you could also just repeat the 1,3,5 for any major chord

or you could flatten the 3rd to have a minor


or you could do a 1 b3 b5 if you want to do some diminished sweeps.

again, you can sweep any chord, you just need to know how to construct them, then lay them out on the fretboard like a normal sweep.

I mean, these are rules. you can have slides and a ton of H.O./P.O.s in a sweep. Just basics here, mind you
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#11
Quote by KurrptSenate
yea, but, if you did a sweep of

1,3,5,7


you would just be sweeping a major 7th chord. That completely fine, if thats the sound you're going for

you could also just repeat the 1,3,5 for any major chord

or you could flatten the 3rd to have a minor


or you could do a 1 b3 b5 if you want to do some diminished sweeps.

again, you can sweep any chord, you just need to know how to construct them, then lay them out on the fretboard like a normal sweep.

I mean, these are rules. you can have slides and a ton of H.O./P.O.s in a sweep. Just basics here, mind you


Yeah i know, i was just using that as an example.

Alright, I think that's pretty much all i needed to know. I'll probably get a teacher again to teach me the minor points of it, but that's all i needed. Thanks man
My gear:
Schecter C-1+ w/ Seymour duncan Jazz (neck) and Full Shred (bridge), with Sperzels
B-52 LG-100A 4x12 half stack
Rogue LX405 Bass
Yamaha classical
Some sort of acoustic Squier
Boss Flanger
Lyon Chorus