#1
trying to think about what this is.

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its all sweeping, just is there a name for it u kno like C major sumthin..

ive added it to a song ive written and trying to work out the bass line
#3
progression is: Dm, Bb5, C5
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#4
thank you

i didnt wana find the root note, i just wanted to know what progression it was
now what chords..would be suitable to use over that, rhythm wise..say this lead riff is really hard overdrive, and ive got a guitar on distortion..should i play the Dm Bb5 and C5, or is there something cool i can mix that up with?
#5
the choice is yours on that one really. whatever you think sounds good.
"A love pirate ? I am no love pirate. What do they mean by that ?"
#6
The above progression is incorrect. It actually goes: Dm-Dm6-Dm7. And if you couldn't tell already, a good chord to play the swept line over is Dm or any of its variants or F major, which is D minor's relative major.
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#7
Quote by titopuente
The above progression is incorrect. It actually goes: Dm-Dm6-Dm7. And if you couldn't tell already, a good chord to play the swept line over is Dm or any of its variants or F major, which is D minor's relative major.



i stand corrected.
"A love pirate ? I am no love pirate. What do they mean by that ?"