#1
Post a musical Cliche in Asterisks....or explain one posted before you with a reply...

If nobody gets yours for a while reply to your previous post and explain....


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Last edited by Washburnd Fretz at Jun 29, 2008,
#3
never heard of either of those.
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#6
I don't use slang but my bandmates and I will try and say a term but butcher the HELL out of it.

"Hey, legato that crap bro!"

"Put a 3rd from the 1st and stick it"

Heh...
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#8
"drop it" (drop your low e to d)
"come back" (continue playing after youve screwed up)
"hold it" (as in keep playing what your playing)
"down" (lower your amp)
"send" (this is how you do it)

not sure if imdoinitrite, but i use those sometimes. I also use "axe" excessively, almost to the point where i dont use the word guitar
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#9
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"Vox" not the amp...


Isnt that when a singer sings with digital distortion?
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#10
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Isnt that when a singer sings with digital distortion?

It's an abbreviation for vocals, like gat is an abbreviation for guitar.

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#11
I have two that I think are interesting.

Before I knew the proper names for certain things I had my own terms in my head for things.

The two I used most often were "broken barre Chords" and "extended barre Chords"

I used to call octave chords broken barre chords because you played them on the same frets as power chords but without one string. I know now that I was just stripping out the fifth.

I called extended barre chords any 3 chord barre but with an extra string. I now know that these chords have real names like this: G Major

|-----------
|-----------
|----4------
|----5------
|----5------
|----3------


I don't know if it fits here or not I just thought it was worth saying.
#12
*Droppin Bombs* ...

its when a BASS player is really rockin out...
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#13
*toy* (scroll down for anser)


guitar hero. i made it up
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