#1
hey, can someone help me with this little riff/solo/lead part? i need to play it in the key of C, how do i do it? and how does it change?

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#2
Looks like its E major to me. Shift every note down 4 frets to change it to C major.
#3
just wondering, how do u know that its in the key of E major? sorry for asking such noob question
#4
[quote="'[M"]ephisto']Looks like its E major to me. Shift every note down 4 frets to change it to C major.


thanks man =) how did you know it was in E?
#5
Quote by disillusia
just wondering, how do u know that its in the key of E major? sorry for asking such noob question


-Key of E major consists of the notes E, F#, G#, A, B, C#, D# (TTSTTTS) and the notes in that riff are the same.
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#6
Quote by Der Bomber
-Key of E major consists of the notes E, F#, G#, A, B, C#, D# (TTSTTTS) and the notes in that riff are the same.


This key signature could also be C# minor, but it uses E much more than C#, therefore it must be E major.
#7
Quote by isaac_bandits
This key signature could also be C# minor, but it uses E much more than C#, therefore it must be E major.


Could be either one without context. We don't know what he's playing it over.
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