#1

e|--7--7--2--2--------------------------------------------------|
B|--7--7--2--2--------------------------------------------------|
G|--8--8--3--3--------------------------------------------------|
D|--9--9--4--4--2--2----2--4/6666\4444--2222--2x2x2-------------|
A|--9--9--4--4--2--2----2--4/6666\4444--2222--2x2x2-------------|
E|--7--7--2--2--0--0----0--2/4444\2222--0000--0x0x0-------------|


I am wondering how harmonizing could be done with this on capo 3rd. Can anyone help? Thanks
#2
wow. i never use those first two chords. maybe i just play simpler, but faster. are you talking like a lead riff over? cuz that doesnt seem in key in the first place. i dunno.
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#3
Quote by CaRveItiNbass
wow. i never use those first two chords. maybe i just play simpler, but faster. are you talking like a lead riff over? cuz that doesnt seem in key in the first place. i dunno.


you never use those first tow??? the first is b and the second is f#
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#4
Em is not in this key. Change Em to E.

Also, I'm not sure what you're asking.
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#5
Quote by Chad48309
Em is not in this key. Change Em to E.

Also, I'm not sure what you're asking.


thats not Em that is power chord E
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#6
Quote by Chad48309
Em is not in this key. Change Em to E.

Also, I'm not sure what you're asking.


I am doing an acoustic duet and want the 2nd guitar to be strumming a complimentary harmony to this melody.
#7
Quote by fifer
thats not Em that is power chord E

Em:

e|--x
B|--x
G|--x
D|--2
A|--2
E|--0

E, B, and G is Em.
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I am doing an acoustic duet and want the 2nd guitar to be strumming a complimentary harmony to this melody.

Use the Circle of Fifths. Yes, it's cheating, but I don't care.

Edit: this should've been in the Musician Talk forum.

Edit: I shouldn't have said it's not the right key. More or less, it's an awkward as balls progression.
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Last edited by Chad48309 at Mar 27, 2008,
#8
well if you want to get all technical that is an E5

E5

x
x
x
2
2
0

but that is infact the power chord of E there is no power chord of Em unlyess you play the next string.

edit: btw I dont know where you got that from but Em is:

0
0
0
2
2
0
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#9
Quote by fifer
well if you want to get all technical that is an E5

E5

x
x
x
2
2
0

but that is infact the power chord of E there is no power chord of Em unlyess you play the next string.

edit: btw I dont know where you got that from but Em is:

0
0
0
2
2
0

Must've been thinking about piano.

Either way, it sounds terrible as it is. I would most certainly change it to a full E. It feels like you're going from such full chords to going to this "power" chord . . . it just sounds like you're falling off a cliff.

My opinion.
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#10
How about Capo 2?

e|--0--0--0--0--------------------------------------------------|
B|--2--2--0--0--------------------------------------------------|
G|--2--2--1--1--2--2--2--------------------2222---2x2x2---------------|
D|--2--2--2--2--0--0--0--2/4444\2222--0000--0x0x0-------------|
A|--0--0--2--2--0--0--0--2/4444\2222--0000--0x0x0-------------|
E|---------0--0-------------0/2222\0000----------------------------|

I hope this lines up ok...

Or if you did capo 4, your buddy could do:

G G D D C C D/Em Em Em Em\D D D D C C C C CxCxC

or what have you...

Hope this helps!
#11
but that is infact the power chord of E there is no power chord of Em unlyess you play the next string.


?????. Power chords contain the root and fifth only. They are neither major nor minor.
#12
the root of what chord??? the major???

and I didnt say e major I said E...I wasnt sure if there was an Em power chord..
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#13
There isnt. It couldnt be called an 'E minor power chord' since power chords arent minor.
#14
yeah I know that now, because I didnt think about it...
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