#1
What's the first step to learning how to make melodic Opeth style music. I want to learn all the weird jazz chords, do classical style fingerpicking stuff, etc.
#3
Their song Patterns in the Ivy II is helping me. Great song, quite easy to pick up. I can just about play all of it, it's a good song to get going on. (The tab is on this site by the way).
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#4
check out youtube Mikael has some killer lessons up there, i also agree with these guys patterns in the ivy is a good starting point.
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#5
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check out youtube Mikael has some killer lessons up there, i also agree with these guys patterns in the ivy is a good starting point.


Looking forward to Watershed everyone?
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#6
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Looking forward to Watershed everyone?


Absolutely. And I'm waiting not-so-patiently for the CD, instead of downloading it lol.

TS, maybe just try learning a bunch of Opeth songs, and get some jazz theory and chord books.
#7
already heard the whole thing and its killer. i am so stoked to get my copy. its killin me to have to wait till the 3rd.
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#8
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Absolutely. And I'm waiting not-so-patiently for the CD, instead of downloading it lol.

TS, maybe just try learning a bunch of Opeth songs, and get some jazz theory and chord books.


Hah, I'm waiting till June also... it seems a long way off doesn't it?
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#9
Can't wait for Watershed. REALLY can't wait for it....


I started off with patterns in the Ivy and moved onto Face of Melinda and Windowpane soon thereafter. It's like an addiction for me.... can't stop playing Opeth.....
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