#1
i know that you can change song's style, such as "californication" - rhcp. my guitar teacher suddenly started playing the chorus but country style

also, i know that you can make something sound spanish my slamming in a phrygian scale

and maybe scottish if you have a droning B? [not sure on that one]

are there any other ways of doing such things?
#3
Quote by z4twenny
analyze different forms of music and find out what gives them their distinct sounds.
+ >9000.

Listen to country and notice what makes it country. Like bluegrass for instance, the bass thumping a 1 5 line off the chord a good portion of the time, lots of pentatonic scale use. Lather, rinse, and repeat for other genres.
#4
Quote by TeraBite
i know that you can change song's style, such as "californication" - rhcp. my guitar teacher suddenly started playing the chorus but country style

also, i know that you can make something sound spanish my slamming in a phrygian scale

and maybe scottish if you have a droning B? [not sure on that one]

are there any other ways of doing such things?
Normally it has to do with rhthym and phrasing.
#5
Quote by demonofthenight
Normally it has to do with rhthym and phrasing.

+1

To play something "country" just change your timing, pick a bit more staccato and stick an alternating bass notes in there...instant country. Play the solo inthe major pentatonic instead of minor to finish things off.
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