#1
Ok you know how we can pick the Amajor chord and get songs like tribute from Tenacious D and songs like hells bells via picking the Amajor chord?


Anyways can some one show me a G chord picking style for a solo that deals with the d b e strings?

I'm kind of looking for a higher melody sound with the skiny strings with the g chord.
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#2
Do just want shapes of G Major arpeggios you can play? You'd benefit much more if you worked them out yourself rather than reading them from charts/tabs.
#3
tribute is in A minor .... not a major


anyways try write a little arpeggio riff of your own ... youll be alot more satified when you did and you feel all musically talented and rockstar -like
#4
Quote by Nielsyboy
tribute is in A minor .... not a major


anyways try write a little arpeggio riff of your own ... youll be alot more satified when you did and you feel all musically talented and rockstar -like
Thanks mate

and thanks guys By the way I can play tribute but my hammer ons and pull offs suck.
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#5
good riddance (time of your life) by green day
but thats mostly d g and b, not e
but that might be a bit basic
#6
Quote by skywayavenue
good riddance (time of your life) by green day
but thats mostly d g and b, not e
but that might be a bit basic
Ah okies I was hoping to use the f# chord along with the g chord and make it sound a little muddy :0
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