#1
i've got a GT8 but not the brains to work it out?
Learning scales?
I've got: (tabbed in pro)
Major Scale, Pentatonic Major Scale
#3
wow guy, why not look at the tabs for it, theres plenty here on UG. much easier than asking anyone if they know how to play it.
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#4
i've already looked at tabs obviously or i wouldn't ask, most of them say it dosn't exist and them what do have got it wrong so i thought i'd come here for help but it looks like you just come here to find a way not to thanks cya
Learning scales?
I've got: (tabbed in pro)
Major Scale, Pentatonic Major Scale
#5
Why don't you work on ear training? You'll gain much more as a musician if you learn it by ear instead of learning by tabs. You'll be training your ear to hear the different intervals.
#6
mmm i have sort of done that i've took a tab n changed parts n stuff like that, i'm nowhere near experienced enough to completely do that, i kno what the intro riff is but not what it is, whether it's artificial harmonics, or pitch shifted, wah, flanger..all that
Learning scales?
I've got: (tabbed in pro)
Major Scale, Pentatonic Major Scale
#7
How long have you been playing for? Also, you gotta start somewhere. If it makes you feel any better, after my first year of playing, I decided to learn Evergrey's the Great Deceiver by ear. Give it a listen and you'll see what Hell I went through. Lol.
#8
been playing a year and half about...
took me so long to get anywhere though, but seen as i'm pretty passionate about it, i jus stuck with it n this week i've stepped to a whole new level, 3 or 4 weeks ago i was amazed i cold play these...
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But this week i've neailed machine heads - Slanderous which is unbelievable for me
Learning scales?
I've got: (tabbed in pro)
Major Scale, Pentatonic Major Scale